Did Your DUI Lead to an Individual's Death?
Automobile accidents can often have fatal consequences and this tragedy can be compounded for a driver involved if accused of vehicular manslaughter. Unfortunately, thousands of people die in car collisions every year throughout the country. When a fatal collision is found to be the result of drunk driving or other criminal driving conduct, then that person can be charged with vehicular manslaughter.
Our attorneys at Boulahanis & Associates will be able to represent you if you have been involved in an accident that resulted in the death of another person. Typically, vehicular manslaughter charges are filed against those who demonstrate reckless use of their vehicle, drive while intoxicated or operate a car while using drugs.
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Vehicular Manslaughter Penalties
Individuals can also be charged with vehicular manslaughter if they are involved in a fatal accident while possessing a revoked, denied or suspended driver's license. The most serious cases are those in which a person already has one DUI or multiple DUIs on their criminal record.
Penalties for vehicular manslaughter, if convicted, include up to 20 years in prison and fines between $10,000 and $20,000. It is important to remember that each case is unique, and the actual sentence will vary depending on the circumstances and history of the accused.