vehicular manslaughter

If convicted, the former Olympian faces up to a year in county jail.
Cops say Carmen Elena Chavez was drunk when she lost control of her Mercedes-Benz in downtown L.A. shortly after midnight
Ang has vowed to become a bike safety advocate, pledging to use his court-ordered community service hours volunteering with
Brown wouldn't be the first non-driver prosecuted under this vehicular homicide law. The Daily Mail points out that in 2007
Law enforcement sources say the off-duty police officer accused of a DWI that killed a Bronx woman had a blood alcohol level