San Francisco Bicyclist Charged With Misdemeanor Vehicular Manslaughter

Posted by: on November 23, 2011

A 23-year-old San Francisco bicyclist who allegedly ran a red light and struck and killed a pedestrian entered not guilty pleas today to misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter.

The bicyclist was  riding north on the Embarcadero at about 8:30 a.m. July 15 when he hit Dionette Cherney, 68, who was crossing Mission Street with her husband.  Cherney, who was visiting from Washington, D.C., died of head injuries at a hospital Aug. 11.

The cyclist was charged with only a misdemeanor because investigators concluded he had not collided with Cherney purposely or with gross negligence.

If you or someone you love has been accused of vehicular manslaughter please contact our office at (415) 484-0906 or info@chewlawoffices.com for an immediate consultation.

Source:  SF Gate

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