If you are involved in an automobile accident that results in the death of someone else and law enforcement suspects you are both at fault for the accident and under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance, you’ll likely be charged with vehicular homicide. Vehicular homicide is a Class B felony that carries a range of punishment between 8 and 30 years in prison. To make matters worse, effective July 1, 2022, a conviction for vehicular homicide by Intoxication requires any sentence to be served at 100%. What this means is that, for example, an 8-year sentence to serve in prison will result in a full 8 years with no opportunity to earn good time reduction credits.
If you are charged with vehicular homicide by Intoxication, the stakes are simply too high to just trust anyone to handle it. You need a lawyer who is experienced with vehicular homicide cases. Defending these charges requires attention to detail. At Larsen Law PLLC, we team with experts in accident reconstruction and forensic toxicology to explore every detail of our client’s cases.
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