Vehicular Homicide Attorneys in Lebanon
Comprehensive Counsel Backed by Experience
The offense of vehicular homicide ranges in punishment from a Class D felony to a Class B felony, depending on the particular facts of the situation. Most individuals charged with T.C.A. 39-13-213 are charged with vehicular homicide by way of intoxication. That intoxication must be the proximate result of the killing of another. It is not enough to just be impaired and a defense that commonly requires an accident reconstructionist.
If convicted of vehicular homicide by intoxication, one is facing eight to twelve years in prison if they do not have prior felonies. At Vasek & Robbins, we have represented several individuals facing vehicular homicide and understand the tactics and strategies that the State of Tennessee employs.
Over 15 Years of Combined Legal Experience
Our Approach Is Client Focused
Our Firm Believes in Transparent Communication
Knowledgeable & Experienced Attorneys Ready to Handle Your Case
Our Firm Is Top-Rated & Award-Winning