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J. Miller-Lerman finds that the district court properly convicted defendant of manslaughter by reckless driving, resulting from the death of a motorcyclist he hit while driving on the wrong side of the street. The officer did not did provide an explicit opinion on guilt of reckless driving, but only an interpretation of statutory definition. Defendant also did not offer a proposed lesser-included offense instruction based on "careless" driving. Affirmed.