Homicide Defense Lawyer in Tampa

If you or a loved one have been arrested and accused of murder or manslaughter, you must take immediate action. The state of Florida handles murder with the highest level of aggression. The prosecutor and law enforcement officers assigned to your case will utilize the best, most advanced resources in pursuit of a conviction. The sooner you get a homicide defense attorney in Tampa working on your behalf, the more time they have to build a case that may save your life.

What Defenses Will a Homicide Defense Attorney in Tampa Use?

When you hire a homicide defense lawyer in Tampa, they will immediately start building a defense based on the facts and circumstances of your situation. Given these facts and circumstances, there are a number of defenses that may be used on your behalf including:

  • – Self defense
  • – Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law
  • – The defendant did not cause the death of the person
  • – The murder was not “premeditated” (First Degree Murder)
  • – The defendant did not kill with “ill-will, spite, hatred, or evil intent” (Second Degree Murder)
  • – The death was not foreseeable and the defendant did not cause the death (Manslaughter)

Call The Rickman Law Firm Immediately

Anthony Rickman is a homicide defense attorney in Tampa with 10 years of experience protecting the rights of his clients. Rickman uses his experience, attention to detail and innovative resources to build a defense that works to disprove the prosecution’s argument. Rickman has been recognized for his work with a 10-star rating on AVVO and an AV preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

For a free consultation with an experienced homicide 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.

Case Results

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