Tuesday, July 31, 2012

San Diego victim's LDS family tells man facing Felony DUI / Manslaguther charges - by saying "that as he is held accountable for his actions he will use the experience to bring his life and choices more in harmony with Christ's gospel"

How often does this happen, California DUI attorneys ask? A San Diego county family expresses forgiveness for the driver of a vehicle which killed their loved one - who now faces Felony DUI / Manslaguther charges - by saying "that as he is held accountable for his actions he will use the experience to bring his life and choices more in harmony with Christ's gospel."

Going the wrong way on Interstate 15 in Escondido, San Diego county California, then killing the retired father of 5 children & 15 grandchildren about to serve an eighteen month mission with his wife for his LDS church, would ordinarily bring rage and fury, DUI lawyers know.

The poor victim was on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle before being hit head-on Saturday.

A not guilty plea is expected to be entered today by Brian Joseph Webb, a thirty-four year old from Murrieta California, who faces charges of fatal gross vehicular manslaughter, drunk driving causing bodily injury, DUI with a prior conviction, hit-and-run resulting in death and driving with a suspended license, San Diego criminal defense attorneys report.

The alleged drunk driving suspect drove his 2003 Dodge Ram 1500 when he entered northbound I-15 the wrong way from the northbound Del Lago offramp around 12:35 p.m. Right about then, neurophysiologist Robin Vaughan, 60, of Escondido was riding his 2002 Harley-Davidson motorcycle northbound in the same lane and was struck head-on by Webb's vehicle. Open containers were found in the DUI suspect's truck.