Knowledgeable Alabama Lawyers Defend Clients Against Vehicular Homicide Allegations
Accomplished law firm represents drivers in the state of Alabama when prosecutions arising from fatal crashes
Vehicle collisions that result in someone’s death often involve complicated issues of law and fact. At Turner Law Firm, LLC, our Alabama criminal defense lawyers defend individuals throughout Alabama in vehicular homicide litigation. We provide thorough advice on specific charges that sometimes include manslaughter or even murder. Our lawyers have substantial legal experience and possess the skill and background to deliver a strong argument on your behalf.
Skillful Alabama advocates protect the rights of defendants in auto death cases
Turner Law Firm, LLC attorneys are well versed in the law and can advise you on specific aspects of your vehicular homicide litigation, which might include:
- Violation of traffic or pedestrian laws
- Effects of alcohol or drug use
- Standards for criminal and gross negligence
- Alternative accident causes such as mechanical defects
- Elements of specific criminal counts for manslaughter and murder
- Available defenses including lack of capacity or requisite mental state
Our defense lawyers deliver high-quality advice and advocacy to protect your fundamental rights.
Detailed counselors conduct thorough investigations in vehicular homicide matters
Most auto accidents prompt conflicting accounts of what occurred. When someone has died, the pressure to find what really happened increases greatly. We understand what is at stake and work diligently to find information and witnesses that might have been overlooked in mounting an effective defense. By developing a thorough, supported narrative of the facts, we give clients the best chance for a favorable result at trial or in a plea agreement.
Contact an experienced Alabama criminal defense attorney for skilled vehicular homicide representation
The lawyers of Turner Law Firm, LLC are strong advocates for drivers throughout Alabama who have been accused of unlawfully causing the death of someone else. Call us at 205-568-7003 or contact us online for a free consultation at our Trussville office.