Has Your Reckless Driving Caused a Death?

It was just a red light. You run them all the time, but today it’s caused a death. If your reckless driving has gotten you in a serious bind, make sure to seek immediate assistance from a manslaughter defense attorney in Tampa to protect your rights.

Understanding Your Rights and Legal Terms

Things are moving way too fast. You were heading to work and now you’re heading to jail in the back of a cop car. He’s telling you that involuntary manslaughter is “less” culpable than murder, but what exactly does that mean? Rely on the assistance of a manslaughter defense lawyer in Tampa to navigate the scary waters of unintentional murder. A lawyer will help provide a clear understanding of your rights (including your right to remain silent), legal language, and will work with you to develop appropriate legal defenses for optimal outcomes.

Inherently Dangerous or Honest Accident?

It’s hard not to stress out if you caused the accidental death of another person. Statues can vary amongst legal jurisdictions, including those associated with manslaughter. In some cases where a death has occurred and the act that causes the death is prohibited by law, manslaughter is considered a more serious offense and carries a heavier penalty. A manslaughter defense attorney in Tampa may be able to reduce culpability via mitigating circumstances such as insufficient evidence. If evidence is lacking or witness interviews don’t line up, you may be able to fend off a serious conviction.

For a free consultation with an experienced manslaughter defense attorney in Tampa, please contact The Rickman Law Firm at (813) 712-8736 or submit our contact request form.

Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.

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