Deputy Anthony Wood was returning from a fire call when he took his eyes off the road to type a work-related message on an electronic device
Olin was director of operations for Napster between 2000 and 2002 and was a prominent entertainment lawyer
The victim's wife and sons have filed a wrongful death lawsuit claiming Wood was negligent
California prosecutors have declined to file charges against a sheriff's deputy who struck and killed a prominent entertainment attorney and former Napster executive with his patrol car last year.
Deputy Andrew Wood was apparently distracted by his mobile digital computer when his patrol car drifted into the bike lane, running over cyclist Milton Olin Jr.
Olin, a 65-year-old attorney and former chief operating officer of the online file-sharing service Napster, was riding in Calabasas in December when he was hit.