<b>Gross Vehicular Manslaughter: </b><br>Killing a Person in an Accident While Driving Under Influence

Gross Vehicular Manslaughter:
Killing a Person in an Accident While Driving Under Influence

Gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated is always charged as a felony offense in California.


<b>Felony DUI: </b><br>4th Offense / Prior felony / Accident Killed or Injure somebody

Felony DUI:
4th Offense / Prior felony / Accident Killed or Injure somebody

Repeat offenders and those involved in a serious auto accidents will most likely face felony charges.


<b>California Vehicle Code 23153: </b><br>DUI Causing Injury

California Vehicle Code 23153:
DUI Causing Injury

Drivers causing injury while driving under influence might face more serious offense.


<b>Misdemeanor DUI: </b><br>1st 2nd 3rd DUI within 10 years, No Injuries, No Prior Felony

Misdemeanor DUI:
1st 2nd 3rd DUI within 10 years, No Injuries, No Prior Felony

The majority of DUIs are classified as misdemeanors, less serious than a felony offense, but still a crime.




<b>Felony Probation: </b><br>A Sentencing Alternative to Jail or Prison

Felony Probation:
A Sentencing Alternative to Jail or Prison

Felony probation is a sentencing alternative to prison. It allows convicted felons to serve all or part of […]



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