CLEARWATER CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY
MURDER, HOMICIDE & MANSLAUGHTER CASES
When someone is arrested for murder it means that police believed there was probable cause to the person committed a murder. When prosecutors then file the case after the police have made an arrest it means there is a enough evidence to convince the prosecutor that he or she will be able to convict the defendant of murder in a jury trial.
Anytime there is an allegation of murder it becomes difficult for everyone involved to remain fair and impartial. Therefore the intervention of an effective defense lawyer is imperative at every stage of the process to ensure that justice prevails. Whether you’ve been charged in a homicide case, or against felony or misdemeanor charges, Robert will negotiate with the police and the prosecution on your behalf from arrest through pretrial defenses, trial if necessary and verdict.
Florida heavily punishes violent crimes and takes manslaughter very seriously with stiff penalties for convicted persons including hefty fines, lengthy prison sentences with the most dangerous criminals in the state, and probation so it is crucial that your defense begins immediately. As a former prosecutor in Pinellas county, Robert stands ready to vigorously defend his clients, with full knowledge of both sides of the legal system.
Never answer any questions, even if you have not yet been arrested; it is almost certain that an arrest will occur soon after the interview. It is imperative that you act quickly and retain an attorney that knows the Pinellas county criminal justice system, the laws, and the options available. Seeking a Pinellas Criminal Defense Attorney capable of giving you the very best assistance BEFORE talking to the police can greatly improve the chances for a more favorable outcome in a murder or homicide investigation.
Clearwater Homicide Defense Attorney, Robert Hambrick, handles allegations of murder and manslaughter charges including First Degree Murder, Second Degree Murder, Manslaughter, Premeditated Murder, Self Defense, Voluntary & Involuntary Manslaughter, as well as Vehicular Manslaughter.