Drunk Driving Accidents Resulting In Death

A driving under the influence (DUI) homicide conviction can lead to stiff fines, imprisonment and other serious penalties. Depending on the nature of the charges you face, a conviction could derail your life. Make sure you work with an experienced Alabama criminal defense lawyer to defend you against these charges.

At Beckdefense, we defend clients against DUI homicide and other charges related to drinking and driving deaths. With more than 35 years of criminal defense experience, including nearly two years as a prosecuting attorney, John W. Beck has the experience and knowledge to defend you aggressively against the charges you are facing. Contact us to schedule a consultation with a Mobile DUI manslaughter attorney.

What Type Of Charges Will You Be Facing?

When someone has been killed as a result of another person driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, there are a number of different charges that are possible. The district attorney will weigh the evidence and the circumstances surrounding the accident to decide what specific charges to bring. A person with one or more priors who was well over the legal limit is more likely to face the heightened charge of murder, whereas someone who had two drinks and has never had any legal trouble is more likely to face lesser charges like manslaughter or negligent homicide while driving under the influence.

Whatever specific charges you face, we have the experience and knowledge to provide you with solid defense. Attorney John W. Beck has handled thousands of criminal trials. We know the system and we know how to strategically prepare to give you the best defense possible.

Contact A Baldwin County Vehicular Homicide Attorney | Beckdefense

The first thing you should do if you have been charged with a DUI homicide is contact an attorney. We offer free initial consultations. Call 251-517-0964, toll free at 866-935-0465 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation.

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