If your driving has caused a fatal car accident, then you may be accused of criminal vehicular homicide. Essentially, this homicide conviction suggests that your reckless behavior on the road has caused the death of another human being.
You may be facing a vehicular homicide conviction if you have caused the death of another as a result of operating a motor vehicle in the following instances:
- If you were driving recklessly or in a grossly negligent manner, including speeding, driving while texting and driving while distracted
- If you were driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (DWI)
- If you were involved in a hit and run or if you leave the scene of the accident
- If you knew that the car you were driving was defectively maintained and drove it anyway
There are a number of defense strategies to take on the stand if arrested for criminal vehicular homicide. Our attorneys will assess your case to determine which the best solution is for you.
FACING VEHICULAR HOMICIDE CONVICTION
If you are found guilty of vehicular homicide, you could be facing hefty jail times and possible fines.
In addition to a vehicle homicide charge, you may also be facing traffic violation and DWI charges. It is important to speak to our qualified Minneapolis criminal defense attorneys as soon as possible.
We can assess your case and determine the best defense strategy. The worst thing you can do during this stressful time is to avoid speaking to a qualified lawyer – we can help you get through this with minimal damage to your reputation and your record.