Vehicular Homicide in Chico
Vehicular Homicide, or vehicular manslaughter, carries very severe punishments. A person convicted of Vehicular Homicide could spend up to 15 years in prison.
Vehicular Homicide charges result when a driver has negligently operated a moving vehicle and caused death to another. The charge may be either a misdemeanor or felony, depending upon a number of mitigating factors.
By law, a vehicle is potentially a deadly weapon, which allows easier conviction and harsher penalties for those charged with vehicular homicide.
Knowing the exact cause of a specific traffic accident is very challenging, particularly when Police officers immediately blame the intoxicated party. However, experienced defense attorneys know that many factors contribute to accidents, and know specifically what to look for.
Having an experienced, knowledgable DUI Attorney from our Chico office fighting for your rights may be the best recourse available.
Our experienced Chico Attorneys know how a vehicular manslaughter conviction can destroy a life. We want to help you protect your future, and your rights. Call our Chico law office today to schedule a consultation. There is no charge or obligation and we want to help you.
2nd DUI Offense
CVC 23152 (a)
Faced 14 Days in jail
1st DUI Offence
CVC 23152 (b)
FACED 48 Hour in Jail
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Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, CVC 23152 (a)
Faced 3 Days in County Jail