If I recall correctly most jurisdictions in NC require approval from the dispatcher to exceed a standard limit over posted and that permission can be rescinded in mid pursuit.
If a officer is responding to a domestic disturbance call, and goes 100MPH and dies en route, can the person who the call was made against be charged with second degree murder?
Even if it turns out he was innocent later?
If the officer was driving 110 miles per hour to a domestic disturbance with the prior approval required, and the suspect in the call was found to be acting in a dangerous manner that showed no regard for human life - then yeah they too could be indicted with 2nd degree murder. Convicted? who knows but indicted yes.