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What is the bail amount for vehicular manslaughter?

If you or a loved one have been charged with vehicular manslaughter in California, you might have several questions. While the possible sentences and plea options may be unknown, one of the first things to cross your mind will likely be the bail necessary to be released from prison. The Superior Court of California has detailed the exact amounts that will be required for all types of vehicular manslaughter.

What is the three strikes law?

As a resident of California who may have gotten in trouble with the law before, it's important for you to be aware of California's three strikes law. Here at Leupp & Woodall, we strive to help you understand this law and how it can potentially have a large impact on your future, especially if you have prior felony convictions on your record. 

What is a felony DUI?

If you have been arrested in California for driving under the influence of alcohol, you may be facing misdemeanor or felony charges. Misdemeanors generally carry more lenient penalties than felonies because they are considered less severe crimes. According to the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps, a DUI is generally a felony if you have been convicted of driving under the influence three times before or if during the incident someone was injured or killed. This means that not all felony DUIs will involve injures or accidents.