You Don’t Have to Face Tough Charges Alone

A conviction for a vehicular crime in Arizona can have serious consequences. Some of the penalties include hefty fines, imprisonment, license suspension, and the installation of an interlock device on one’s vehicle. In addition, individuals will likely face increased insurance rates and might even have trouble finding employment.

To avoid these penalties, it is crucial to have a skilled Scottsdale vehicular crime lawyer on your side as you go through the criminal process. Turn to Salwin Law Group PLLC for the solid legal counsel and aggressive representation you need during this time.

To schedule a free consultation, call me at (480) 702-1789 today, or contact me online.

What Are Vehicular Crimes?

All motorists make mistakes while driving. These mistakes, or acts of negligence, sometimes result in accidents. This usually results in a civil case against the individual responsible for the collision, or their insurance company. However, there are no criminal charges involved.

On other occasions, the at-fault driver may have behaved in such a way as to warrant criminal charges for causing an accident that involves injury or death. In these cases, the driver is said to have participated in gross negligence. Typical forms of gross negligence include illegal passing, tailgating, texting while driving, swerving in and out of traffic, and driving excessively fast for the conditions.

Such negligent actions can result in a variety of vehicular crimes, including:

  • Endangerment
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Negligent homicide
  • Aggravated assault by vehicle
  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Unlawful flight

Call Today to Discover Your Options

If you have been involved in a car crash that led to someone else being injured or killed, be sure to get in touch with a Scottsdale vehicular crime attorney as soon as possible. When you turn to Salwin Law Group PLLC, I can evaluate the circumstances of your accident and help you proceed wisely with your case.

Contact (480) 702-1789 now to discuss your situation with a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer.