Our law firm represents clients facing all types of homicide charges, including:
The exact charge you face will depend on the particular circumstances of your case. If the prosecutor alleges that you killed someone with malice aforethought, or if the person died while you were allegedly committing a felony, you will likely be facing a first-degree murder charge. If your actions allegedly resulted in another person's death, but without any malicious intent or premeditation on your part, you may only be facing a third-degree murder charge.
We understand the nuances of such charges, the challenges you face and the defenses that may be available. We are experienced in Florida law regarding the justifiable use of deadly force and other issues. We have offices in Daytona Beach and DeLand.
For aggressive legal advocacy from trial attorneys who truly enjoy a challenge, turn to Delgado & Romanik today. Call our Daytona Beach office at 386.222.6677 or send us an email to arrange a free initial consultation.