According to their website, the national television show covers stories from around the nation that are considered "must see" and chose Hall's case after learning that the vehicular manslaughter Hall was originally charged with was increased to murder by the Alameda County District Attorney's Office, possibly due to the involvement of the various social media posts made by Hall boasting about his love of speeding.
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This is not the first national media outlet to take notice of the Hall case. An Aug. 16 article posted on the National Public Radio website, profiles the Hall case from the day of the fatal collision that killed 58-year-old Diana Hersevoort, to last week's court proceedings.
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Hall was taken into custody while in court on Aug. 14 and is being held without bail at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin until his next court date on Sept. 10. Read the full story here.
Previous Patch articles about the fatal Foothill Road collision: