Vehicular manslaughter involves causing the death of another through some form of illegal driving activity. Any time loss of human life is involved, the criminal charges are serious, and vehicular manslaughter is no different. Depending on a number of other factors in a case, a vehicular manslaughter conviction could result in fines, imprisonment, loss of license and other penalties.
Too much is at stake to risk it when it comes to choosing your lawyer. You need to work with an experienced Indianapolis vehicular manslaughter defense attorney who is committed to helping you get the best results possible in your case. To speak with an attorney who can show you this fierce commitment, call us at 317-643-6710 or toll free at 800-775-6483.
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At Patel Defense, we bring nearly a decade of criminal law experience in Indiana. Our founding attorney, Monish Patel, is a former prosecutor in the Hamilton County Court System and he has experience as a defense lawyer in two of the largest counties in Indianapolis, Hamilton County and Marion County.
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Our experience has shown us that you can never be too prepared. We work with investigators, accident reconstructionists and other experts when needed. When we step into the courtroom on behalf of a client, we have explored every contingency, and we are ready for anything.
Causes Of Vehicular Homicide
By definition, vehicular homicide involves some other type of automobile crime that resulted in the death of someone else. The severity of the charge is usually linked to the severity of the underlying vehicle crime:
- Drinking and driving: Drinking and driving accidents are probably the most common cause of the vehicular manslaughter cases we handle. We have a wealth of experience handling DWI/DUI claims, and we can defend you against vehicular homicide involving DWI/DUI.
- Driving under the influence of drugs: The existence of drugs in the bloodstream is an even more difficult element to prove than alcohol. We can defend you against charges of driving under the influence of drugs.
- Reckless driving: This can include speeding, running a red light, drag racing and a number of other charges.
Indianapolis Vehicular Homicide Attorney
To speak with a lawyer about vehicular homicide charges, call 317-643-6710 (800-775-6483 toll free) or contact us online.
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