Broward DUI Lawyer Discusses Party Host Facing Charges After Teens Die in DUI

leifertlaw July 22, 2009 DUI

A Florida woman faces charges in the deaths of two teens who were killed after leaving a party in her home. The woman allegedly hosted several parties in her home and participated in illegal activities alongside the party guests, many of whom were under the legal drinking age of 21. The parties had reportedly been happening for several months until they ended in a fiery car crash.

Two teens died in a DUI accident on January 12 just minutes after leaving one of the women’s parties. The teen driver’s blood-alcohol level was 0.18 percent. Both of the teens tested positive for drugs, according to a report.

The mother who hosted these parties has been indicted on two counts of manslaughter and four counts of holding open house parties and one count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. If the d and the woman is convicted and the conviction is upheld in any possible appeals, then case could become a new precedent for Florida prosecutors.

Party host faces charges in DUI deaths of teens, Orlando Sentinel, July 16, 2009
Contact a Broward DUI attorney for information on your legal options.

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