All drivers in California have likely experienced a moment when their vehicle accidentally drifts onto the shoulder of the road. While most drivers are able to recover without consequence, there can sometimes be serious ramifications. Unfortunately, a recent accident resulted in a fatality; the driver has since been charged with vehicular manslaughter.
A car accident can happen at any time of the day or night. Something as simple as slightly veering toward the side of the road can have catastrophic consequences. Despite this, it may be easy to assume that an accident was the result of a driver who was under the influence of drugs or alcohol. For example, a man in California now faces vehicular manslaughter accusations after he was allegedly involved in a fatal crash.
At this time of year, many people in California have their thoughts turned to hot weather and time spent with friends and family. Unfortunately, a day that is meant to be filled with fun and freshly-made memories can turn to tragedy in the blink of an eye. In fact, a man is now charged with vehicular manslaughter following a fatal boating accident.
There are a variety of different ways to legally use California roadways. While some users choose a traditional motor vehicle, others choose to ride a bicycle. Though most are happily willing to share the road regardless of the chosen method of transportation, an accident involving a pickup truck and a bicycle can easily prove fatal because of the size difference and relative lack of protection that a cyclist has. Despite this, a man in California is now charged with a vehicular manslaughter charge after he claims a cyclist veered toward his pickup truck.
When a family loses a loved one unexpectedly, their need for answers is understandable. When that loss comes as the result of a traffic accident, the answers may sometimes be surprising. For example, a man in California is now questioning the safety of a crosswalk after his father was killed while crossing it. Despite this, a driver is charged with vehicular manslaughter.
The vast majority of drivers in California and across the country go to great lengths to follow all safety measures. However, even the most careful drivers can still become involved in a car accident. Unfortunately, law enforcement officials may be quick to assume that a person involved in a crash under certain circumstances was driving under the influence. In fact, a teenager was recently charged with vehicular manslaughter following a fatal crash.
A car accident can happen at any moment for a variety of different of reasons. Often, when an accident has devastating consequences, law enforcement officials may want to make sure that there is someone who can be held responsible, sometimes resulting in suspicions not fully supported by evidence. Unfortunately, a recent crash in California has resulted in the death of two people; a man has since been charged with vehicular manslaughter.
Car accidents can happen on any day at any time. As a result, drivers know that they must be prepared for changing conditions. However, some changes happen so quickly that it is difficult for drivers to properly respond in time to avoid a collision. Despite this, a man in California now faces a vehicular manslaughter charge after his vehicle allegedly collided with another vehicle.
Drivers must be constantly on the lookout while they are driving. However, even the most vigilant of drivers may be unable to properly respond to unexpected conditions. For example, a person sitting in the roadway may be difficult to see, potentially resulting in a collision. Despite this, a California driver is now facing an accusation of vehicular manslaughter after his vehicle allegedly struck a man in the roadway.
Car accidents can happen at any time of day for a variety of different reasons. Something as simple as reaching for a dropped item can cause a driver to temporarily drift to the left or the right. Despite this, police in California believe that alcohol may have played a role in a recent accident involving a bicyclist, resulting in accusations of vehicular manslaughter.