North Carolina Vehicular Homicide Defense Attorney

When Drunk Driving Causes a Fatality... (NCGS § 20-141.4)

Experienced Vehicular Homicide Lawyer in North Carolina

When someone is killed in a DWI accident, North Carolina law is extremely unforgiving. Regardless of the facts of the case, including any mitigating factors, if you were under the influence of drugs or alcohol and caused a fatal accident, you will face felony DWI charges. When so much is at stake, experience matters.

When Experience Counts, Trust Our Experience.

If you have been arrested for felony DUI/DWI or vehicular homicide in North Carolina, Roberts Law Group, PLLC is here to help. We know what the stakes are in felony DWI cases, and we take every precaution to protect your rights and your future. Contact us for a free initial consultation regarding a vehicular homicide case related to drunk driving.

DWI accident cases involving death or serious bodily injury are highly sensitive. They are frequently heavily publicized, resulting in not only the victim's family — but also the local community — wanting justice. There is therefore significant pressure on the prosecution to secure a conviction.

Where Our Experience Benefits You

Our firm is backed by attorney Patrick Roberts' experience as a former prosecutor in three North Carolina counties. He has firsthand experience handling high profile cases. As a result, he knows the preparation, attention to detail and dedication that must go into preparing our client's defense strategy in a vehicular homicide case.

First and foremost, we go to work aggressively fighting the DWI charge:

We Are By Your Side and At Your Service

Our law firm will aggressively represent your interests throughout the entire case, including appeals. You can trust that we will fully explore all viable options. When you are facing serious DWI charges — such as those involving vehicular homicide — trust in Roberts Law Group, PLLC. Contact our office in Raleigh, North Carolina.

North Carolina v. J.O.
Charge: DWI
Facing: 1 year in jail
Result: Case Dismissed

Our client lost her trial in District Court and received a 45 day jail sentence. She hired Roberts Law Group to help her with her Superior Court efforts. We argued a motion to dismiss based on an unconstitutional driver's license checkpoint and prevailed. Any evidence that flowed from the stop of her vehicle was ordered suppressed by the Judge. Case dismissed. Our client blew .13 on the EC-IR II breath device.

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