Interviewer: So if you get into an accident with someone and you’re impaired, you don’t know who’s in the other car, but if there’s children in the other car are hurt or killed then your looking at much more serious penalties, you had no idea but your still facing them regardless.
Munoz: Exactly. The law say’s a person has to basically take their victims as they find them. So it doesn’t matter if you knew there was kids in the car or not, if kids are hurt in one of these collisions, then yes, you are going to get charged and you’re looking at a more severe penalty. These are situations where a person finds themselves in a situation like this they have to have good defense counsel to help them out.