Serious DWI Cases: Fatality, Involuntary Manslaughter, Second Degree Murder

F. "Bill" William Powers

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Hi, I'm Bill Powers and I handle cases throughout the state of North Carolina involving impaired driving. Now sometimes that's just a simple DWI or what people used to call DUI and other times it involves fatalities. What that means is that someone died. Now if you or someone you care about has been charged with a DWI fatality, that means they could be charged with a felony death by motor-vehicle or involuntary manslaughter, even second degree murder. As you might understand these are very very serious charges. Please give us a ring. The consultation is always free as well as confidential.

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