Knoxville Vehicular Homicide Attorney
Call Joseph Fanduzz at(865) 896-9971 to Get Started on Your Case!
Tennessee law defines
vehicular homicide as a fatal crash caused by a
DUI driver with a.08 BAC or more. If you accidentally killed someone while
driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you may be charged with
vehicular homicide and spend a substantial amount of your life paying
the price. Our team has handled cases like yours and knows how to develop
a personalized defense strategy designed to improve your chances of receiving
a favorable verdict.
If you are facing charges for vehicular homicide,
turn to the Law Office of Joseph A. Fanduzz for the defense you need today.
Vehicular Homicide Is a Felony in Tennessee
Consequences for vehicular homicide are destructive. They include:
- 8 to 30 years in jail
- Up to $25,000 fine
- License revocation for 3 to 10 years
An Aggravated Vehicular Homicide Charge Can Ruin Your Life
Being convicted of aggravated vehicular homicide could take away your freedom for good:
- Class A felony status
- 15 to 60 years in jail
- Up to $50,000 in fines
Components of the Crime
The prosecution must prove three factors in order to convict you of vehicular homicide:
Recklessness: The motorist
knew that acting a certain way posed a high risk to others, but disregarded
this knowledge and acted anyway.
Causation: There must be clear proof that the defendant was the legal cause of the
Intoxication: Tennessee law defines intoxication as a motorist’s impaired ability
to operate a vehicle due to drug or alcohol ingestion, or a BAC of .08%
If the prosecution cannot prove these three points, they cannot convict
you of vehicular homicide. Our team is focused on fighting for alternatives
to prison and unaffordable fines. We are on your side.
Allow Us to Advocate on Your Behalf
When you hire our qualified Knoxville vehicular homicide lawyer at the
Law Office of Joseph A. Fanduzz, you can rest assured that your criminal
case is our top priority. We prioritize our relationship with clients
to ensure you feel informed and prepared for the possibilities that lie
ahead in your case.
Contact us to learn more about what we can do to help you.
Call our Knoxville vehicular homicide attorney at (865) 896-9971
free, confidential consultation!