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Vehicular homicide-murder—also called vehicular manslaughter—means unlawfully killing another person with a vehicle without intending to do so. Vehicular homicide can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony.

At Blumenthal Law Offices, our Riverside vehicular homicide-murder attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights of clients accused of vehicular homicide, whether or not drunk driving was involved in the accident. If you have been charged with vehicular homicide, please contact us as soon as possible to get started on your defense. We have more than 100 years of combined legal experience defending clients charged with serious crimes, including vehicular homicide.

See how we can help you at this time. Call for a no-charge consult: (951) 682-5110.

Convictions & Penalties

Gross vehicular homicide-murder while intoxicated can result in up to 10 years in prison; with a previous manslaughter conviction, you can get 15 years to life.

Conviction and penalties on the various charges of vehicular manslaughter or vehicular homicide-murder hinge on a number of questions:

  • What was the cause of the accident?
  • Were you driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 percent or more?
  • Did you display negligence? If so, was it gross negligence or ordinary negligence?
  • Did your negligence cause the death of another person?

Putting All Our Resources & Experiences to Work for You

Our criminal defense attorneys can fully investigate the case, interview witnesses, and consult accident reconstructionists and other experts. We work diligently to determine if factors other than your alleged negligence contributed to the accidental death. In negotiations with the district attorney, we seek to get the charges against you reduced or your case dismissed. We are ready to give you our effective legal advice about whether to resolve the case pre-trial or take it before a judge and jury.

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