Strategic Defense Against Virginia DUI Manslaughter Charges

If you were driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI) and you caused an accident that resulted in the death of another person, you could face charges for DUI involuntary manslaughter. Sometimes referred to as vehicular manslaughter, this is a felony offense that could result in the loss of your driver's license, fines and prison time if you are convicted. Such a conviction could also impact your livelihood if driving is a requirement of your job.

With so much on the line, it is important that you hire an experienced Virginia criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. At Weisberg & Weisberg, PLLC, we provide strategic defense representation to clients in Newport News, Norfolk and the surrounding areas. We have obtained favorable results for numerous clients in these cases. We know the law, and we know the best approach to protecting your freedom.

Providing Customized Solutions In Complex Criminal Defense Matters

In any case that involves the death of an individual and an allegedly intoxicated driver, prosecutors frequently default to an accusation of DUI manslaughter. In many cases, however, our clients were not at fault for the accident and should never have been implicated in the victim's death. If we find evidence that another party may have been at fault for the victim's death, we will use it to dismantle the prosecutor's case against you.

If you were at fault for an accident that resulted in another person's death, we can still present a defense that minimizes the impact of any charges against you. We can challenge the DUI evidence and work to suppress any evidence that was obtained illegally. In every case, our only concern is to resolve the matter in a way that provides the most benefit to you and your family.

Don't Talk To Anyone Until You Talk To An Attorney

When you hire our firm, we will handle all communication with the media and insurance companies. We will be there with you during any law enforcement interviews, working tirelessly to ensure that your rights are protected. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation. Call 757-528-2643 in Newport News or 757-777-9214 in Norfolk to find out how we can help.