White Collar Defense
Vehicular manslaughter (also known as vehicular homicide) can be either a misdemeanor or felony charge depending on the circumstances of the accident, but either charge could result in jail time or prison, fines, parole, probation and driver’s license loss. The death of an individual in a traffic accident is tragic, but your actions and rights deserve defense. And, you need aggressive defense in the face of a serious criminal charge.
At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., we defend people throughout Georgia. We have extensive experience in state and federal courts, and our attorneys are rated among the top 10 criminal defense attorneys in Georgia by the National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys (NACDA).
We independently investigate each case we handle. Examining accident scenes, interviewing witnesses, gathering evidence, working with accident reconstructionists and challenging the prosecution’s case at every opportunity is critical to a successful defense.
We have nearly 50 years of combined experience defending clients, reducing charges and mitigating consequences. Call us today for effective defense at 404-816-5000.
What Should You Do If Charged With Vehicular Homicide?
In Georgia, vehicular homicide/manslaughter is a charge against an individual who is accused of unintentionally and unlawfully causing a death while operating a motor vehicle. However, whether one is accused of negligence, reckless driving or drunk driving, successful defense is possible. Our Atlanta vehicular manslaughter defense attorneys are committed to winning. We prepare each case for trial, whether it is necessary for success or not.
DO NOT speak with law enforcement officers or detectives until you have retained a lawyer, and DO NOT admit to any wrongdoing. Breath test results can be challenged, and there is no way that law enforcement officials or prosecutors can prove you were at fault for the accident without a full review of all the facts. The quicker you contact our firm, the quicker we can get to work on your best possible defense.