California Penal Code 192.c
Have you been charged with Vehicular Manslaughter in the state of California? Those found in violation of California Penal Code 192.c can be convicted of a felony or misdemeanor offense. When a person’s case circumstance is evaluated by a skilled legal professional, those facing charges can be better informed of their situation, giving them the ability to make informed decisions based on their own best interests.
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California Penal Code 192.C Defined
Orange County Vehicular Manslaughter is defined as driving in a way that was illegal or perilous, and it caused the death of someone else.
In order to prosecute for Orange County CPC 192.c Vehicular Manslaughter, the state has the burden to prove that:
- The accused drove in an unlawful manner, or
- The accused was driving perilously, or
- The accused staged an accident for monetary purposes
- These actions resulted in the death of someone else
CPC 192.C Potential Penalties
The penalties or punishments for Vehicular Manslaughter depend on a number of factors including your criminal history and the circumstances surrounding the case. Vehicular Manslaughter can be filed under (felony or misdemeanor), and those found guilty can face:
- Misdemeanor – Up to I Year in the Orange County Jail
- Felony – 2-10 Years in the California State Prison
Other Potential Penalties
If any of the car accident’s victims lived, but were severely injured, felony sentencing is enhanced by the number of years in prison. Offenders may face informal or formal DUI probation, restrictions on their driver’s license, attendance of DUI schools, victim restitution, community service and other penalties depending upon specific case circumstance.
If you are facing charges for California Penal Code Section 192.c Vehicular Manslaughter, our attorneys can help. If you need top-notch Vehicular Manslaughter assistance from a DUI attorney in Orange County, the Law Offices of Randy Collins will work tirelessly on your behalf. We will help you understand the charges against you and help to get you the best possible outcome for your case. Call us today at 844-285-9559.