A 23 year-old man named Admerson Cleber Eugenio Vicente has been charged with DUI manslaughter. He has also been charged with driving without a license. He crashed into another vehicle while he was driving in Broward County. The crashed killed two sisters, Alexis and Brittany Musumeci. Vicente was driving on the wrong side of the road when the crash occurred.
Vicente was taken to the hospital after the accident. He suffered injuries to his neck. He was arrested at the Lawnwood Medical Center. Vicente will be booked at the St. Lucie County Jail. He will later be transferred to the Martin County Jail. Vicente’s bail is expected to be set at $3 million.This is not the first time that Vicente has gotten into trouble with the law. Court records show that Vicente pleaded guilty to driving with a revoked or suspended license. He was arrested again in November 2014 for driving without a license.A spokesperson for the Florida Highway Patrol stated that Vicente’s blood alcohol test results were not available. However, the legal blood alcohol content level in the United States is 0.08.
The man in the aforementioned story will likely be spending a long time in jail. Not only has he been charged with driving under the influence, but he also killed two people while he was under the influence. Furthermore, this is not the first time that Vicente has gotten into trouble with the law.
DUI has serious consequences. If a person kills someone in the process, then he or she can potentially spend life in the process. That is why if you have been charged with a DUI, then you need a St. Lucie DUI Attorney.
A Saint Lucie DUI defense lawyer will thoroughly look over your case. Even though there are dire consequences for driving under the influence, your attorney will try his best to make sure you get the best outcome possible. Many people have been able to get a shorter sentence or avoid jail time completely by hiring an attorney.
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