Representing Clients In Vehicular Homicide Cases
Vehicular homicide is when a person is killed through the use of a car or other vehicle. It is a very serious crime with very serious penalties, including a permanent criminal record or even worse – prison. The severity of the charges depends on the circumstances of the accident and the case presented by your attorney. Choosing the right defense team could mean the difference between a suspended license and a prison term.
As one of the leading criminal defense attorneys in New Jersey, Jack Venturi will build an effective and aggressive case on your behalf. Whether fighting the charges or negotiating a plea bargain, he will create the best defense strategy to protect your reputation, your family, and your rights.
What Can Happen After You’re Charged?
A vehicular homicide charge can result in imprisonment, probation or parole, loss of driving privileges, steep fines, or other punishment. Driving a few miles over the speed limit may be charged as misdemeanor vehicular homicide, but drunk driving resulting in a fatality will most likely be treated as felony vehicular homicide. The death of a passenger, including a loved one or friend, can also be vehicular homicide if caused by illegal driving.
How We Can Help You
At Jack Venturi Law, our New Brunswick vehicular homicide attorney will vigorously defend you against homicide. If you or a loved one has been charged with vehicular homicide, contact Jack Venturi Law or call us at 732-798-7002 today.