Orlando Murder Attorney
Defending Clients in Homicide Cases in Orlando, Florida
Murder is one of the most serious criminal charges you can face. You can be charged with homicide in a number of circumstances and if you are convicted of intentionally causing the death of another or if special circumstances were involved, you could be facing the death penalty. Thus, being involved in a case of homicide can result in a battle for your life, life imprisonment, or years of incarceration. Because of this, you need to have the strongest and most competent defense possible. That is why we recommend that you contact the Law Office of Adam Pollack as soon as possible to consult with our Orlando criminal defense attorney, who is a Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer and expert in his field.
Our firm is available 24/7 and we can help put together an affordable payment plan which will allow you to take advantage of our highly-qualified attorney and legal staff. We are dedicated to providing aggressive and comprehensive legal help to those accused of crimes throughout the Orlando area. In cases of murder, manslaughter, and other violent crimes, it is imperative that you have experienced legal representation and support.
Murder and Homicide in Florida
You can be charged with murder if someone dies during the commission of a felony, even if that death was not intended. This is known as felony murder and may be charged in connection with another felony such as robbery, burglary, drug trafficking, aggravated battery, or any other serious crime. Murder may be charged in the first or second degree. First-degree murder involves premeditated planning. Second degree murder involves a murder that was intended but not planned ahead of time. Manslaughter is a lesser charge when someone has been killed unintentionally, as in a case of drunk driving.
In any case involving a homicide, having our Orlando murder lawyer in your corner as soon as possible is your best defense tactic. Our firm will ensure that your rights are protected and your best interests asserted and advanced throughout the legal process and in any court trial.
Contact the Orlando murder attorney at the firm if you have been charged in any case involving a homicide today.