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    Salt Lake City vehicular manslaughter lawyer

    If you are facing criminal charges in connection with a fatal drunk driving accident, you need an aggressive and experienced defense team. At the offices of Greg S. Law, we appreciate the seriousness of these charges and will aggressively defend you at each stage of the legal process. Our attorney team includes a former police officer who worked as part of a DUI task force and who also investigated DUI cases. Today, we are able to use this knowledge of the law and of police procedures to be more effective advocates for the individuals we represent.When you need a Utah vehicular manslaughter attorney to defend you against a serious charge like vehicular manslaughter, you need a true trial lawyer who will not be intimidated by the prosecution. We are not afraid of a fight. In fact, we routinely take cases to trial and will never recommend that you accept a plea agreement if we feel that it’s not in your best interests.Contact us for a free initial consultation with an experienced Salt Lake City vehicular homicide attorney.

    We Fight To Reduce Vehicular Manslaughter Charges And Protect Your Future

     

    Negligent homicide, also referred to as involuntary manslaughter, and vehicular manslaughter, also referred to as automobile homicide, are the primary charges filed in connection with fatal accidents that are suspected to be DUI-related.

    Negligent homicide is a class A misdemeanor offense, and can result in penalties of up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $2,500. Vehicular manslaughter or automobile homicide is a third-degree felony offense, and can result in penalties of up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $5,000. A second such offense is a second-degree felony, and can result in penalties of up to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.

    Although these charges are most commonly associated with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, they can also be charged in connection with careless driving, speeding, texting, eating, talking on a cell phone, and other gross negligence while driving.

    Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation

     

    Call Greg S. Law, at 801-261-6228.

    If you have been charged with involuntary manslaughter or vehicular manslaughter in Utah, aggressive representation can make all the difference. To learn more, call either of the two numbers listed above or contact our Davis County vehicular homicide defense law firm with a brief e-mail message. We are available for evening and weekend appointments, and accept major credit cards.