A Charge That Can Put You In Jail
Car accidents happen every day. In some cases, they result in death of an individual. Though this is tragic and devastating for the victim’s family, the accident may have been entirely unintentional on the part of the driver. This is often the start of a vehicular manslaughter charge, which if an individual is convicted of, can lead to fines and jail time.
At my firm, Andrew M. Coffey, P.A., I believe in protecting individuals from criminal charges. One such charge is vehicular manslaughter, which is a charge issued when an individual dies as a result of a car accident. I am committed to defending my clients from an allegation of vehicular manslaughter.
Careful Representation To Protect Your Future
I am a board-certified criminal trial law specialist. I have developed my skill over decades of practice, combined with a commitment to ongoing education so I can use the latest innovations in criminal defense to my clients’ advantage.
If you or a loved one is facing vehicular manslaughter charges, or think you may in the near future, you should know that the degree of the charge is based on factors such as:
- Whether alcohol was involved
- Whether this is your first driving-related offense
- The number of people who were injured or died
These factors can also be used as part of your defense. I will use every piece of information at my disposal to create a strategic and thoughtful defense. I have achieved favorable results for many clients in the past, and will work hard to achieve the same outcome for you.
Contact Me Today
As an experienced criminal defense lawyer, I am able to provide the guidance and care that my clients deserve. To arrange your meeting with me, please call my Fort Lauderdale office at 954-406-9272, or send me an online message. I will return your note as promptly as possible.