Charged with Murder or Manslaughter? Attorneys at Dale Carson Law Advise Pleading ‘Not Guilty’ and Let Your Lawyer Review the Evidence
If charged with murder or manslaughter, attorneys at Dale Carson Law advise you not to talk to police or accept a plea bargain until you have met with criminal defense attorneys. Police and prosecutors are not prohibited from lying to you about the evidence they have in their case. As an experienced homicide lawyer in Florida and former law enforcement officer, Dale Carson is familiar with the tactics used to get suspects to confess to a crime when they don’t have a strong case. The only way to find out what evidence prosecutors really have is to plead “not guilty” and force them to reveal their evidence in the legal discovery process.
Protect your rights and don’t talk to police without a lawyer from Dale Carson Law at your side. Your lawyer will help you avoid incriminating yourself or serving a sentence you do not deserve. Your initial consultation is free. Contact a murder/manslaughter attorney at Dale Carson Law on our Complimentary Consultation page.
Your Initial Consultation is Free if you have been Charged with Murder or manslaughter — an attorney at Dale Carson Law is Available to Talk with You
If you would like to talk to a homicide lawyer in Florida and find out what your rights are and how to protect them, criminal defense attorneys at Dale Carson Law are available to speak with you. Your initial consultation is free. To schedule a free consultation with a murder/manslaughter attorney go to our Complimentary Consults page and tell us about your situation.
Or call a murder/manslaughter attorney at Dale Carson Law today at 904-355-6777.
Find out more about how we work with our clients on the Our Approach page. Learn more about legal issues that concern you and your case in our Free Resources section. If you have been charged with using a gun while allegedly committing murder or manslaughter, our Firearms & Weapons article may be useful to you as well.