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Driver Convicted for Fatal Accident Facing New DUI Charge

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Sometimes people who have been convicted of a previous crime often carry that crime with them for the rest of their lives. In many instances people assume certain things about people with a criminal record. However, just because someone makes a mistake in the past, that does not make him or her a criminal for life. Additionally, just because someone is charged with another crime that does not mean he or she is guilty.

A 20-year-old man, who was convicted in an accident that left three people dead, about three years ago, was reportedly arrested recently for driving under the influence of alcohol. The latest charge comes after authorities say the man crashed his car into an onramp guardrail. According to reports, officers administered a field sobriety test, and then arrested the man. The arresting officer also claimed that the man would not submit to a breath test.

According to reports, alcohol did not play a role in the previous incident that left three people dead. In that instance, speed was the key factor. The man in question reportedly crashed the truck he was driving into a tree at high-speed, killing three of the passengers and injuring the other two. As part of his sentence in that case, the man was given two years probation and his license was also suspended until he reached the age of 21.

For this latest incident the man faces misdemeanor DUI charges, driving under suspension, falsification for allegedly giving his brother’s birthdate, failure to control, and consuming under the age of 21. While the evidence against this man appears to be damaging and the charges are serious, he is still entitled to certain rights. That’s why anyone in Dayton in this man’s situation should speak with a DUI defense attorney for help.

At the VanNoy Firm in Dayton, we handle these kinds of cases on a regular basis. We know how to defend people who are facing drunk driving-related charges, as well as many other criminal charges. We will work till the very end to help you get the best legal result possible according to the specifics of your case. However, time is of the essence in these kinds of situations. If you have been arrested and/or charged with a DUI in Dayton then please contact the VanNoy Firm as soon as possible. You can reach us by calling 937-952-5043. You can also contact us online by clicking here.

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