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Former Marine Sentenced to 10 Years for Deadly DUI

Marcus Trevino, 24 was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years in prison for driving under the influence and vehicular manslaughter. The former Marine was convicted last month of the vehicular manslaughter and DUI charges but he still faces a retrial on a second-degree murder charge.

Perla Gonzalez, 28, of Bakersfield, was killed in June 2, 2010 when Trevino allegedly ran a stop sign at Mt. Vernon Avenue and Kentucky Street in Bakersfield. A 1-year-old child and the 19-year-old woman who was driving the other vehicle were also injured in the crash. Trevino has been arrested forDUI three times in less than two years, including the June 2 accident, according to Marine officials. Trevino's retrial for second-degree murder is set to to begin on November 28.

If you are someone you know has been arrested for vehicular manslaughter then you owe it to yourself to seek the representation you serve. Contact a Santa Clarita criminal defense attorney from the Law Offices of David M. Wallin immediately to speak with a member of our staff. Our attorneys have combined 50 years of criminal law experience representing people charged with vehicular manslaughter and many other types of offenses.

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