When You Are Charged With Homicide Involving A Motor Vehicle

You may face criminal charges if someone died in a car accident, you were driving one of the vehicles and your driving was allegedly negligent. Eyewitnesses and/or police may claim you:

  • Were driving under the influence of alcohol or drug (driving drunk or DUI)

  • Committed a traffic violation such as speeding or changing lanes illegally

  • Were driving recklessly

Your vehicular homicide charges may even be the result of someone else's poor driving if you lent your car to that person or were in the car and did not take steps to prevent the crash. Whatever circumstances brought about your vehicular homicide charges, you now face a full-blown legal crisis. You need the best criminal defense money can buy if you hope to avoid:

  • A prison sentence

  • A criminal record

  • Loss of your driving privileges

  • Difficulty obtaining car insurance for years to come

A vehicular homicide case may be a pivotal event in your life — and now is the time to do all you can to defend yourself. An accident or a mistake should not define you or determine your entire future. With a skilled, persistent California defense attorney representing you, you can greatly increase the chances of a favorable outcome such as reduced charges, a case dismissal, an acquittal at trial or probation instead of a prison sentence.

Get Attorney Bradley S. Sandler On Your Side

I am defense lawyer Bradley S. Sandler in Los Angeles, and I would like to hear about your trouble with the law. I would like to share with you examples of stellar case outcomes I have achieved for other clients. Previous case results at my firm do not mean I can achieve the same in your case but they will give you an idea of my skill and determination.

The stakes are high when you have been charged with manslaughter, vehicular homicide or any violent crime(s). I am confident I can help you obtain the best results attainable in your case. Call 310-246-3900 or send an email message to schedule a consultation at your earliest convenience. The sooner I hear from you, the more options I may discover for a positive outcome for you.