DUI Manslaughter Attorney in
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
If you are charged with causing the death of another person while driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, the state attorney's office will seek a minimum of twelve years of state prison time for you and a permanent driver's license revocation if you're convicted. DUI manslaughter is a felony, and you can expect the government to punish you to the fullest extent of the law.
The defense of this charge requires a Fort Lauderdale DUI lawyer who has experience defending these kinds of cases. They are very intricate and require an exhaustive and detailed defense. We at the Law Office of Lloyd H. Golburgh, P.A. have this experience. We understand how to analyze and defend against a blood-analysis result, medical testimony, a traffic homicide investigation, and witness and officer testimony.
If you have been charged with DUI manslaughter in Florida, it is very important that you speak with a Fort Lauderdale DUI manslaughter lawyer at the Law Office of Lloyd H. Golburgh, P.A. You deserve to have someone on your side who will listen to you, gather evidence, and provide the best possible way to defend you and protect your rights.
We understand that it is very upsetting to have been involved in a fatal accident. You may have even been seriously injured yourself. Our legal team will work with you throughout the duration of your case to ensure you are kept informed of the proceedings, that you understand them, and that you receive the best possible defense.
Charged with DUI Manslaughter in South Florida?
At the Law Office of Lloyd H. Golburgh, P.A., we will investigate every aspect of your case and work tirelessly to defend you against your Florida DUI manslaughter charge. This is a major criminal charge that almost always results in significant prison time upon conviction. Contact us today and schedule your free consultation. Let's discuss your situation and the best way to proceed in order to obtain the best possible result. Contact Fort Lauderdale DUI Manslaughter Attorney Lloyd H. Golburgh today.