Vehicular Homicide Is a Serious Charge. You Need a Serious Defense.
A 20-minute ride home after a few drinks can suddenly turn into an arrest, $500,000 bail and years in prison. If you were drinking and involved in a fatal car accident, you could be charged with vehicular homicide. Vehicular homicide is a serious felony charge. If convicted, you are facing a minimum of 10 years — up to 20 — in prison. You need a serious criminal defense lawyer fighting for you.
At David G. Terry, P.C., located in Roseburg, Oregon, we have handled many high-profile homicide cases. Attorney David Terry is skilled in criminal defense. Over the course of his 36-year career, he has successfully defended many clients against homicide charges — he can help you too.
David Terry isn’t afraid of a challenge. Over the course of his career, he has tried more than 1,200 cases and has a success rate in excess of 95 percent!
Building Your Defense
The best way to protect yourself against the consequences of a conviction is to work with a skilled attorney who knows how to build a strong defense. At our firm, we use every defense tool in our arsenal. Our firm uses accident reconstructionists, private investigators and other professionals to examine the circumstances surrounding the fatal accident, and testify on our client’s behalf.
Call Our Firm 24/7 for a Free Consultation
At David G. Terry, P.C., we are 100 percent committed to your defense. Mr. Terry is available 24 hours a day, evenings and weekends. We will also make jail visits to ensure you get the representation you need to protect your rights. If you’ve been charged with vehicular homicide, contact our firm now at 541-672-4693 to get the legal help you need.