Minnesota Criminal Vehicular Homicide | Vehicular Manslaughter
Criminal Vehicular Homicide crime, Minnesota Statutes §609.21, generally:
- Death of another person, and:
- As a result of operating a motor vehicle:
- Grossly Negligent Act; or
- Simple Negligence plus DWI or Hit-and-Run.
Legal Defenses may include:
- Accident without negligence or gross negligence
- Intent Defenses
- Causation (Another driver; equipment failure, etc.)
- Involuntary Intoxication
Criminal Vehicular Homicide Defense Lawyers must mount the best defense under the circumstances. The consequences of a conviction are severe. Gallagher works to collect facts, from the government and from investigators; then analyzes the facts to determine the best available defense theory.
Thomas Gallagher works tirelessly to reveal the truth, and protect the liberty and name of his People. Being a Criminal Vehicular Homicide Lawyer is a great responsibility that Gallagher takes seriously. Criminal Vehicular Homicide Attorneys must have adequate resources to marshal the best legal defense.