Homicide by OUI/DUI

When driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, your vision is blurry, your reaction time is slower, and your attention is fleeting. Combine all of these together, and you can cause some serious issues on the road.

The worst possible outcome is that you accidentally caused the death of another person.

 

When this happens, the case is very complicated. Here are the ways you can be charged:

Motor Vehicle Homicide:

The state has to prove that you:

  • operated a motor vehicle negligently or recklessly
  • caused the death of another person

Homicide by OUI/DUI:

The state has to prove that you:

  • You were under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • You caused the death of someone
  • They do not have to prove that you were driving recklessly or negligently

Practice Areas

First Offense
Second Offense
Third Offense
Fourth Offense
Fifth Offense
Child Endangerment OUI/DUI
Homicide by OUI/DUI
Operating With a License Which Has Been Suspended For An OUI/DUI
OUI/DUI Causing Serious Bodily Injury
OUI/DUI Roadblocks
Breath & Blood Tests
Field Sobriety Tests
OUI/DUI From Out of State
Unlawful Police Stops
Reinstating License After OUI/DUI

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