A soldier stationed at Fort Campbell was indicted recently in relation to an accident from last November that claimed the life of one person and injured another. The Tennessee man has been charged with vehicular homicide, seat belt violation, vehicular assault, driving under the influence and other charges. At the time of the accident, the defendant willingly submitted to a blood test, which resulted in a blood alcohol reading of .18 percent.
A Tennessee man is facing serious legal trouble after a car accident claimed the life of another driver. Law enforcement alleges that drugs may have played a role in the crash, and the man has been charged with aggravated vehicular homicide. The defendant turned himself into authorities after an arrest warrant was put out.
A Tennessee man is facing serious legal trouble after a car accident resulted in the death of a passenger. The fatal one-car crash occurred as the vehicle was headed east on Interstate 240 when it hit the front right side of the guardrail. The vehicle subsequently hit a guardrail on the other side of the roadway before stopping up against the guardrail along the side of I-240 where the first collision occurred. According to reports, the passenger hit his head and was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. The driver was charged with vehicular homicide-intoxication.
If you have been charged with a serious crime, you know that it is important to protect yourself by seeking the services of a knowledgeable defense attorney. When facing charges of vehicular homicide, it is important to educate yourself on possible defense strategies and to confront these charges appropriately. Due to the serious nature of the consequences of a conviction, your defense lawyer should have experience in dealing with these types of criminal charges in Tennessee.
A wreck recently occurred in Tennessee, leaving one person dead and two injured. Police said the crash was the result of drunken driving. The man believed to have been driving while intoxicated, and therefore causing the accident, now faces charges of vehicular homicide.
Tennessee law enforcement is preparing to increase vigilance over the course of the Independence Day holiday weekend. It is hoped that the increase in DUI enforcement will dissuade drivers from getting behind the wheel while impaired. This will be done with additional checkpoints set up throughout the state to monitor drivers. If an individual is suspected of drunk driving, he or she must submit to a breath test or be subjected to a blood test.