Brevard County Murder and homicide Defense Attorneys
Fighting Homicide Charges in Brevard County
Murder and homicide charges are arguably the most serious charges that an individual can face. If you or a loved one has been accused of murder, you need to speak with a Brevard County criminal defense lawyer immediately. Your future could be drastically changed by a murder or homicide conviction.
Although it may seem as though there are not many options available to you, hiring a murder defense lawyer that is highly experienced and knowledgeable may affect the outcome of your case markedly. If you speak with an attorney today, they can review your case and inform you on your best course of action.
Murder Defense Lawyer Serving Cocoa, Palm Bay, Titusville, and Melbourne
Murder charges involve the premeditated and conscious taking of another's life. A death that is not planned and does not involve "malice aforethought" is not considered murder. It is imperative for anyone facing these charges to speak with a lawyer that can assist them. In some cases, murder charges are punishable with the death penalty. Murder and homicide charges can leave your life in the hands of a jury and judge. The defense team that you choose will have a major impact on their decision.
Homicide is considered both murder and manslaughter. Manslaughter is a serious charge but is generally not punished as severely as murder, due to the fact that it involves no premeditation and the death may be the result of an accident or a crime of passion. We have helped many clients with extremely difficult charges.
When the death is related to another offense such as robbery or a sex crime, the situation is extremely serious legally. Your case can be reviewed thoroughly and your best course of action made clear to you. The attorneys at Kernan & Austin, LLC have been able to help others overcome murder charges and would like to speak with you today. You have nothing to lose and a life to gain.
Contact a Brevard County Murder Defense Attorney today if you have been charged with murder or homicide.