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Recless Homicide occurs when a traffic accident results in the death, or injuries that lead to the death of a victim involved in the accident. In order for you to be arrested and charged with the crime of recless Homicide, you must also have committed another traffic violation such as:

If you are charged with Felony DUI , then you could face extremely severe penalties for conviction. Being convicted of this crime can result in up to 25 years in prison and up to $25,000 in fines, and your license will be suspended for the duration of the prison term plus five additional years. It is vitally important that you have skilled representation on your side that can provide you with the aggressive legal assistance that you need in your case.

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I am Attorney Andrew Farley from The Farley Law Firm, LLC, and I can provide you with the legal assistance that you need in your case. I have experience in handling various DUI cases, and I can put this experience to work for you if you choose to work with me. Your case is important to me, I have helped numerous individuals in the past who have been charged with this crime, and I can assist in your case.

I have been president of the Lexington County Bar in 2012, and I have been admitted to practice throughout the state of South Carolina, as well as the Fourth District Federal Court. I also offer a free case evaluation so that you may obtain legal advice and information without any financial obligation on your part. Contact my firm today to discuss your case and to begin the process of retaining the representation that you need in your case.