Arrested for DUI Manslaughter?
You Need Experienced Legal Help Now
It is the ultimate worst case scenario: You caused a car accident that resulted in someone else's death … and your blood alcohol level was over the legal limit. You are arrested and charged with DUI manslaughter. It's time to be proactive!
This is an extremely serious criminal charge, not just a drunk driving arrest. A second degree felony, DUI manslaughter is punishable by a fine of up to $10,000 and/or 15 years in prison.
If you knew the accident occurred and left the scene or failed to give information or assistance to the victim, you can be charged with DUI manslaughter/leaving the scene — a first degree felony. Conviction on this charge can result in a fine of $10,000 and 30 years in prison.
Even when things look their darkest, you cannot lose hope. Do not face the power of the (government) without a skilled attorney by your side.
Never Assume That a Lawyer Can't Help You
At Bauer Crider & Parry, our criminal defense attorneys have more than 130 years of combined legal experience to put to work on your behalf. All of our attorneys are skilled and experienced at handling even the most complex cases involving DUI manslaughter, vehicular homicide and murder.
We will sort through each issue in the case and communicate with the state and the victim's family as early in the process as possible. If handled tactfully, this proactive approached may result in a beneficial outcome for our client.
The Experience to Get the Job Done Right
Three of our attorneys are certified by the Florida Bar as Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyers. Another one of our attorneys is a founding member and current Regent of the National College For DUI Defense, Inc. He teaches other attorneys how to successfully resolve DUI cases.
Every member of our legal team is dedicated to helping you achieve the best possible resolution to your case. For a free consultation, please contact us today. From offices in Tampa, Clearwater and Port Richey, we represent clients charged with DUI manslaughter throughout Florida.