Attleboro Motor Vehicle Homicide Lawyer
Knowledgeable Fall River Criminal Defense Attorney
When a motor vehicle accident results in a death, the driver may face charges for motor vehicle homicide. While not as serious as manslaughter or murder, a conviction can result in harsh criminal penalties and lasting consequences on your life. When you need an experienced motor vehicle homicide attorney in Attleboro or Fall River, call the Law Office of James M. Caramanica, P.C.
Penalties for a Conviction
Proof of intent is not required to be convicted of motor vehicle homicide. However, if the accident was the result of reckless driving, negligent driving, or driving under the influence, you could be facing criminal charges. Although the death was accidental, you may be facing severe criminal penalties if you are convicted.
A motor vehicle homicide conviction may result in:
- A substantial prison sentence
- Large fines
- Community service
- Years of probation
- Loss of your driver’s license
Because the penalties can be so severe and conviction will impact the rest of your life, it is important to hire skilled legal representation. It may be in your best interest to contact an attorney as soon as you are arrested and before you answer questions or give any type of statement to the police, to ensure your rights are protected.
Consult with a Qualified Attorney
Our motor vehicle homicide lawyer in Attleboro can carefully investigate the situation that led to the criminal charge, listen to your side of the story, and evaluate the evidence. We also examine your arrest and subsequent investigation to ensure that proper procedures were followed and your rights were not violated. We fight to protect your rights and obtain the best possible resolution.
Please call (508) 690-4808 to discuss your situation with our defense attorney.
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