The investigation into Caitlyn Jenner's fatal car accident is complete, and detectives say there's a "50/50" chance she will be charged with vehicular manslaughter.

It's taken six months, but the investigation into Caitlyn Jenner's fatal car accident is complete, and the findings will be handed over to the D.A. sometime next week.  Detectives say there's a "50/50" chance Caitlyn will be charged with vehicular manslaughter. If convicted, a misdemeanor manslaughter charge usually carries a sentence of one year in county jail.

Her vehicle struck another car, starting a chain reaction that led to one person being killed.  She wasn't speeding, but authorities claim she was driving too fast for the road conditions.  That said, detectives noted that they found "nothing really egregious" in their investigation.

I feel for the family of the woman who was killed in the accident, but I think a one-year sentence for an accident is a little much. On a better note, doesn't she look good?!  I won't look that good at 65...