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Evidence Used in Vehicular Homicide

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

If you accidentally kill another person while operating a motor vehicle, you could be charged with vehicular homicide if it is found that you were operating in a reckless manner. While most traffic collisions are caused by human error, this error is usually described by the law as carelessness, not recklessness. But what is… Read More »

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Vehicular Homicide

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

While the difference between murder and homicide is vast in terms of the level of felony, homicide charges can easily result in years behind bars for a convicted person–all for a death that they did not intend to cause. The main difference between homicide and murder is intent. A plot to kill or an… Read More »

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Vehicular Manslaughter Charges – Understanding the Law

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

When it comes to vehicular manslaughter charges, the unfortunate irony is that the conduct involved in these tragic incidences would typically only result in a traffic citation (e.g., speeding, running a red light, following too closely, etc.), however the charges suddenly escalate to vehicular manslaughter because a death resulted from the accident. You will… Read More »

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