Marlton Vehicular Homicide Lawyer
Experienced Violent Crimes Attorney Fights for Clients Charged with Vehicular Homicide in Burlington County, Camden County, Gloucester County, and Throughout New Jersey
If you are charged with someone’s death as a result of an accident and need a state of NJ vehicular homicide lawyer, call the offices of John B. Brennan today. Brennan is a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney with 25 years of experience as a state prosecutor. He has litigated thousands of cases and understands the criminal justice system in New Jersey, and he has the vital experience and knowledge to fight for your future and your freedom.
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In the state of New Jersey, vehicular homicide is considered a second degree felony. Sentences include five to ten years in prison and up to $150,000 in fines, and five years to lifetime suspension of one’s driver’s license. If the accident takes place near a school, it is considered a first degree offense and the penalties are even more severe…at least 10-20 years in prison regardless of whether school is in session at the time of the accident.
A defendant needs a NJ vehicular homicide lawyer that not only has experience of state courtroom procedures, but also is willing to review the case file thoroughly and go to trial if necessary. As a former prosecutor, John Brennan knows the value of a defendant having an experienced and knowledgeable attorney. All too often, cases are resolved before going to trial with an unfavorable outcome for the defendant. John Brennan will ensure that your Constitutional rights are protected.
The stakes are too great for you to fight this battle alone or with an inexperienced attorney. If you have been charged or believe you are about to be charged, call John Brennan today for a free initial consultation. He will personally contact you within 24 hours and speak with you about your legal rights, and help you achieve the best possible outcome. Accidents happen. People make mistakes. John Brennan is not here to judge. He is here to help.