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Driver in California crash suspected of vehicular manslaughter

Motor vehicles serve an important function in the society of the United States. While they are a necessity to many households, their use carries several hazards. A simple miscalculation, for example, could ultimately result in a serious accident. Unfortunately, a recent crash in California has resulted in allegations of vehicular manslaughter.

The accident happened on a day in early April. Police say that a sports utility vehicle veered off the roadway. As result, police say, the driver overcorrected, causing the SUV to flip multiple times. It ultimately landed on its wheels.

Feds reverse course on marijuana enforcement

Marijuana laws have grown increasingly unclear, starting with medicinal marijuana in the state and now with the legalization of recreational use in California. As both medicinal and recreational laws have been modified at the state level, marijuana remains a federally controlled substance.

Criminal defense: California man arrested after domestic incident

All romantic relationships are unique. Though some can be volatile, violence is relatively rare. However, a man in California is now likely considering his criminal defense after he was recently accused of attacking his girlfriend.

The incident reportedly happened during the early morning hours of a day in late March. According to the alleged victim, she told her 26-year-old boyfriend -- with whom she shares a home -- that she no longer wanted to be in a relationship with him. As a result, she claims that the man took her phone, bit her and attempted to strangle her. Reports indicate that the woman suffered visible injuries.

California woman accused of vehicular manslaughter in fiery crash

The unexpected loss of a young life is always a tragedy and often results in a demand for answers and justice, regardless of the circumstances surrounding the incident. Unfortunately, three people recently lost their lives in a fiery crash in California. A woman was arrested in the aftermath of the crash, suspected of vehicular manslaughter.

The incident happened at approximately 1 a.m. on a day in late March. According to witnesses, a white vehicle slammed into the back of a red vehicle stopped at a red light. A witness claimed that the white vehicle appeared to slow down as it approached the stopped vehicle before accelerating and striking the latter in the rear.

Fatal California crash results in vehicular manslaughter claim

Anyone who has driven with several people in the car knows of the inherent distractions that this could cause. It could easily result in failing to see a traffic signal in time. However, police in California believe that a recent fatal crash was caused by a woman who was driving under the influence at the time, resulting in suspicions of vehicular manslaughter.

The incident reportedly happened at approximately 8 p.m. According to police, a 41-year-old driver entered an intersection on a red light. As a result, police say, the vehicle she was driving was struck by a pickup truck. While one of the sedan's occupants was able to exit the vehicle, three were trapped inside. One of those, a 24-year-old man, is said to have died in the crash.

Criminal defense: Parents, son charged with murder in California

Television dramas would have viewers believe that there are families that are composed of several criminal masterminds. While these shows can be entertaining, they are not particularly reflective of reality. However, California police believe that a set of parents and their son murdered a family friend. The defendants in the case are now likely left planning their criminal defense.

The incident that led to the arrest happened on a day in early February. According to reports, a 19-year-old man and his 47-year-old father allegedly beat a 31-year-old man in a hotel. The pair then pushed the man onto the sidewalk using a wheelchair supplied by the teenager's 40-year-old mother.

Never consent to a search

You’re pulled over by the police on a routine traffic violation. It all seems so simple, and you know you were speeding. You hand over your license and registration, and the officer asks you nicely, “Do you mind if I take a look inside your vehicle?”

That innocent sounding request is anything but. You may feel like you have nothing to hide, and maybe a little guilty for speeding. But there is no reason to ever allow a search of your car under any circumstances. There is no benefit to providing consent and no penalty for refusing it.

Vehicular manslaughter suspected following California accident

Drivers in California must remain vigilant at all times. Unfortunately, even the safest of drivers can face unexpected obstacles, potentially including pedestrians in the street. When an accident occurs, some drivers may be unsure how to react, sometimes resulting in a flight-or-fight response that could ultimately create legal complications. In fact, a man is now suspected of vehicular manslaughter after he was allegedly involved in an incident involving a pedestrian.

Police say that the incident happened at approximately 8:15 p.m. on a day in March. Reports accused a 29-year-old man of driving at a high rate of speed. He allegedly turned right at an intersection where it is believed that he struck a 51-year-old man who was crossing the street, reportedly near the intersection.

California man faces drug charges following Marine's death

The unexpected death of a young person who seems to have had a long life to look forward to is always a tragedy. The desire for answers following such a loss is completely understandable. However, in many cases, authorities, surviving loved ones and members of the community want more than just answers; in some cases, they also want someone to blame. In fact, a California man faces drug charges following the death of a Marine.

The incident that led to the arrest happened in Jan. 2017. Reports indicate that an unnamed Marine was discovered -- unresponsive -- in his room. Officials claim that he was found close to a computer chair and was wearing headphones, leading them to believe that he had been playing video games. An autopsy revealed that the Marine died as a result of fentanyl toxicity.

Vehicular manslaughter allegation follows fatal California crash

Because of how often people in California use a personal vehicle as a form of transportation, it is easy to become immune to the potential damage that a car accident can cause. Unfortunately, something as simple as drifting into oncoming traffic could ultimately have tragic consequences. In fact, a man is now charged with vehicular manslaughter after an accident reportedly left another man dead.

The incident that led to the man's arrest happened one evening on a day in late February. According to reports, a 33-year-old driver of a pickup truck crossed the centerline into oncoming traffic. His vehicle allegedly sideswiped a second truck causing the latter to overturn.

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