Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Do not drive after taking Xanax and Suboxone, warn San Diego California DUI lawyers

Driving after consuming alcohol or ingesting pills in California can be a tragic decision, San Diego DUI criminal defense attorneys say.

A Rancho Santa Margarita lawyer from Orange County posted $100 K Bail facing felony vehicular manslaughter and California DUI charges for allegedly causing the death of a cyclist while she has Xanax and other prescription drugs (Suboxone) in her blood system.

California DUI prosecuting attorneys in that county say the lawyer could get 4 years in prison if convicted for the March 15, 2014 accident killing fifty-four year old Eric Billings.  Upon contacting the victim, the attorney's windshield saw him rolling from her vehicle's hood.