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Greene County man facing charge of vehicular homicide

A presentment may be made in Tennessee by a grand jury to state that, based on information reviewed, probable cause exists that a crime has occurred. Superseding presentments could happen if a grand jury receives new evidence or if the jury considers different possible theories offered by prosecutors. Recently, a Greene County Grand Jury filed superseding presentments for a May 2015 accident that included a charge of vehicular homicide.

Woman facing vehicular homicide charge after accident

Stealing a car is a major offense in the state of Tennessee. The consequences of that crime would typically have a negative impact on someone's life, if convicted. An incident in Memphis involving a stolen car turned into something much more serious. A woman faces charges including vehicular homicide for her role in a recent accident.

Alleged drunk driving cause of car crashing into home

It is never a good idea to get behind the wheel of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. There are very serious consequences possible for anyone in Tennessee who is convicted of drunk driving. Penalties could range from fines and suspension of licenses to significant time behind bars. Recently, police say a man was involved in an accident in a Nashville suburb and now faces DUI charges.

Man charged with vehicular homicide after fatal accident

When someone dies in a car accident in Tennessee, surviving family members and friends are typically devastated. If another person is suspected of causing the accident, the family members often seek legal recourse. Also, if police officers suspect criminally negligent behavior, charges may be filed. An accident recently occurred in Memphis, leaving one woman dead and a man charged with vehicular homicide.

Man facing felony DUI charges following hit-and-run crash

Driving while impaired in Tennessee is a serious issue and may result in several negative consequences. When an accident results, the situation becomes even more complicated. A Franklin man faces felony DUI charges among others after a recent incident, according to police officials.

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