Vehicular Manslaughter

Indio Vehicular Manslaughter Lawyer

Vehicular manslaughter in California is defined as a crime of driving a vehicle negligently and directly causing a person’s death. Drunk driving, aggressive driving, road rage and speeding accidents that cause death can result in vehicular manslaughter charges.

If you faces charges of vehicular manslaughter at the Larson Justice Center in Indio, California, it is important to seek legal help to protect your rights, freedom, and livelihood.

Indio Criminal Defense Attorney Michael Goldstein offers free and confidential appointments to discuss your rights.

As a Palm Springs vehicular manslaughter lawyer, Michael Goldstein will fight for your rights. Depending on the charge, the state must prove that the accident was the direct cause of death and that you acted negligently. Additionally, the difference between negligence and gross negligence is also a significant legal area where a qualified Riverside County criminal defense attorney can make the state prove its case or reduce the charges.

Indio Vehicular Manslaughter Attorney Michael Goldstein believes his clients are innocent unless the state can prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt. Attorney Goldstein will fight for the best outcome possible in your case by challenging evidence, reviewing accident and medical records, challenging the prosecution’s case and seeking a reduction of charges.

If you have been charged with vehicular manslaughter in Riverside County, California or the surrounding area, call Palm Desert Criminal Defense Lawyer Michael Goldstein for a free and confidential appointment to discuss your rights.

Protect your rights! Call (760) 772-4278 for a free and confidential appointment today.

Types of Vehicular Manslaughter in California

Vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated with gross negligence: Up to 1 year in jail or up to 10 years in state prison. Those with prior convictions can face 15 years to life.

Vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence: Up to 1 year in jail or up to six years in prison.

Vehicular manslaughter without gross negligence: Up to 1 year in jail.

Vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated without gross negligence: Up to 1 year in jail or up to 4 years in prison.

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