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Vehicular Manslaughter and Reckless Homicide in South Carolina

Reckless Homicide charges in South Carolina can have serious consequences. If you are involved in an incident where a person died due to injuries and were charged with Reckless Driving, it’s crucial to understand your rights and potential penalties.

Penalties for Reckless Homicide in South Carolina include the following:

  • Fines: You may face fines ranging from $1,000 to $5,000
  • Imprisonment: Conviction can result in imprisonment for up to ten years.
  • License Suspension: Your driver’s license can be suspended for up to five years.

Working with an experienced reckless homicide attorney can help minimize the impact the charge has on your future.

Reckless Homicide and Vehicular Manslaughter Attorneys

Our experienced attorneys have a wide range of legal expertise and can determine if your case falls under the double jeopardy law to protect you from a Reckless Homicide charge.

What is double jeopardy?
The US Constitution provides that no person can be tried and convicted for the same crime twice. If you have already been prosecuted for a crime related to the driving incident that caused the death. In that case, the lawyers at Bernstein & Bernstein may be able to protect you from a reckless homicide charge.

If your license is suspended, we can assist you in the complex process of reinstating your driver’s license after one year, provided you meet certain conditions. Plus, we offer a free case evaluation to help you understand your legal options. Our team is dedicated to protecting your rights and navigating the legal system on your behalf.

Bernstein & Bernstein Is Here to Help

Have questions or need legal assistance regarding reckless homicide or vehicular manslaughter in South Carolina? Contact the law offices of Bernstein & Bernstein today to schedule your consultation. We’re here to help defend your rights.

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