Murder Defense Attorney in Sarasota
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As the most severe of all violent crimes, murder is defined as the unlawful killing of another human being. Under Florida Statutes § 782.04, murder can be a premeditated act or committed during the course of another crime. An individual can only be proven guilty of murder if the state of Florida can prove beyond a reasonable doubt that it was a premeditated murder. An individual's decision to kill during the course of the murder has to be proven. You must take immediate action to protect your freedom if you have been charged with this crime.
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Aggressive Defense from a Former Prosecutor
At The Law Office of Wyndel G. Darville, PLLC, I am a 10-year veteran of the United States Army and Army Reserve. I also have more than 15 years of experience as a civilian prosecutor, military prosecutor, criminal defense attorney, and senior defense counsel for the U.S. Army Reserve. I can use all of my experience and the knowledge I have gained as a Sarasota criminal defense lawyer to develop a strong strategy on your behalf.
Possible defenses to the violent crime of murder may include factors such as:
- Cause of death
Whether you have been charged with first- or second-degree murder or manslaughter, I can help you create a defense that gives you the best chance of having your charges reduced or dismissed. Florida's penalties for murder are very severe. The death penalty may be sought if you are convicted of first-degree murder. In defending you from the allegations against you, I can utilize investigative resources, challenge evidence, review aspects of your arrest, and ensure that your rights are upheld throughout the process.
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