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Monday, October 13, 2014

Woman With Checkered Driving History Charged With Two Crashes in One Day

For some of use, driving is nothing but trouble.  Whether we are not talented drivers or make poor decisions, driving offenses can lead to serious criminal liability.  A great example of this is the story of a Michigan woman who was recently involved in two accidents in one day and who will face criminal charges in both of them.

Crystal Louise Rincones of Wyoming, Michigan, has a less than perfect driving record.  Over the past 16 years, her license has been suspended multiple times for reasons such as driving under the influence, failure to pay parking tickets and license restoration fees. Rincones was also involved in a crash in which three people were hurt. She also has a criminal history and was convicted of a drug crime.

Now, again with a suspended license, Rincones was involved in not one but two crashes in the same day.  In the early morning hours of this particular day, she was a party to a minor accident in a Walgreen’s shopping center. No one was injured in the accident and only property damage occurred.  The police found that Rincones had a suspended license and after evaluating her sobriety drove her home instead of charging her.  Later in the same day, at around 10:00am, Rincones was driving and SUV down Highway U.S. 131 when she struck another car head on.  Rincones and the other driver, Vickers Charles Hansen, were seriously injured.  Police subsequently charged Rincones with reckless driving and driving with a suspended license, second offense, both charges stepped up due to the bodily injuries that resulted.  They also decided to charge her for the accident she was involved in at Walgreen’ earlier in the day.  These are serious crimes and could lead to five years of incarceration for the woman.

If you have a less than perfect driving history or a criminal record and have been implicated in another crime, it is essential that you contact an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.  Contact Michigan attorney Martin T. Lievois by calling him in Flint at (810)250-4550 or in Troy at (248)419-1566 for a consultation today.


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