Felony DUIs: Vehicular Homicide and Vehicular Manslaughter
The purpose of this JKRLAW Blog is to convince you that you do not want to go to prison. A quick way to go there is a Felony DUI. The definition of which includes these violent crimes and causes death of one or more human being.
- Vehicular Homicide: murderous operation of a vehicle.
- Vehicular Manslaughter: unintentional criminal negligence.
The consequences of Felony DUIs are a result of your choice to drive while intoxicated. They include from 3 to 15 years in prison, with no parole for at least 1 year, 2 years of probation, fines of $10,000 and criminal defense attorneys’ fees. Plus judgments from civil lawsuits.
Just Say No!
Felony DUIs are 100% preventable violent crimes. If you choose to get intoxicated, there are many alternatives. Stay home. Only leave with a designated driver: have a sober friend drive, take a taxi, Uber, Lyft, a bus, limo or other forms of transportation. Surrender your keys to your host. Stop imbibing well before you leave. You want to avoid prison at all costs. Freedom is priceless.
Now Accepting New Felony DUI Clients
Jeffery K. Rubenstein has a track record of successfully defending Felony DUI clients. Or getting them the best alternative sentences possible based on each case. He is now accepting new Felony DUI clients. In addition to topnotch criminal defense strategy and tactics, he offers a proven network of psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists, counselors, mental health and addiction professionals, treatment centers and support groups. He is here to help you through the stressful criminal process. But he would prefer than you avoid committing a Felony DUI altogether.
Jeffery K. Rubenstein and all his Associates at JKRLAW wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy and Safe New Year 2021.