Murder charges added in teen crash deaths
Murder charges added in teen crash deaths
A Corona man facesmurder charges in the apparent road rage deaths of three teenage boys. The man allegedly rammed a Prius the teens were riding in south of Los Angeles last month. Following contact, the car skidded off the highway and into a tree.

First responders pronounced one teen dead at the scene. Two other teens died later at the hospital. Three additional survivors suffered serious injuries. The driver who struck the teens’ car initially fled the scene.

Witnesses to the fatal collision helped police track down the driver. Police arrested the man less than a mile from the fatal collision, noting that his car had front-end damage to it. Police also say that they believe the man specifically targeted the teens, and that the teens knew the man was pursuing them.

The driver remains in custody without bail. He faces three charges of murder and multiple counts of assault with a deadly weapon. He also faces domestic violence and child abuse charges in an unrelated case.

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When you face homicide charges of any kind in Los Angeles, hire an experienced murder attorney like Robert Helfend. Mr. Helfend has 35 years of criminal defense experience. He takes cases in Los Angeles County and throughout Southern California.

Murder is the most serious charge you can face in California. Your life is literally at stake. Although the current governor has imposed a moratorium on executions, you can still receive the death penalty. Today, about 750 people await execution on California’s Death Row.

To avoid joining this group of individuals, you need an experienced, aggressive criminal defense attorney who will fight for you in court. The more experienced your attorney is, the better your defense will be, and in a murder case, you need the best defense you can possibly get.

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