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August 2016 Archives

Vehicular manslaughter may be added to DWI charge after son dies

A 31-year-old father is not only mourning the death of his son, but he may also be facing a vehicular manslaughter charge related to a crash in which his son died. Defending a DWI charge can be complicated and are typically best handled by an experienced attorney. A report by the California Highway Patrol indicates that the fatal accident occurred in Angels Camp in the early evening of a recent Tuesday.

DUI charge may follow fiery crash injuring 3 on Highway 44

A Redding man will likely have to face serious criminal charges after a crash on Highway 44. The California Highway Patrol alleges that the 36-year-old driver was driving under the influence on a recent Wednesday afternoon in the vicinity of Skylight Ridge. It is further reported that he caused an accident with injuries, and a DUI charge is expected to follow.

Driver faces DUI charge after falling asleep behind the wheel

Shortly after 7 a.m. on a recent Wednesday morning, South San Francisco police responded to a call reporting a stationary car, standing half-way up a sidewalk with an idling engine. A witness also alleged that a pedestrian was narrowly missed when the vehicle mounted the sidewalk. Upon arrival at the scene, police found a California man asleep behind the wheel with the car in gear, the key in the ignition and the engine running. He is now facing a DUI charge.

DUI charge filed after fatal crash between SUV and motorcycle

Being accused of causing the death of another person while driving a vehicle can have severe consequences in California, especially if the driver is found to have been intoxicated at the time. Facing a DUI charge is not something most drivers would want to do without skilled legal counsel. Due to the impact it can have on the personal and professional life of an individual, a conviction is to be avoided -- if at all possible.