Felony Murder Defense Attorney (lawyer)
Orlando Homicide Attorney (lawyer) providing professional
Murder & Manslaughter Defense legal services in Orlando, Winter Park,
and the entire Central Florida Area.
arrested and charged with a homicide is an extremely serious
criminal offense which, if convicted, can carry the harshest
penalties available under the judicial system. Under the most
serious of circumstances, you may potentially face up to life in
prison or even the death penalty.
The Law Firm of Kendall L Horween,
P.A., is designed to deal swiftly and conscientiously
with the issues and challenges encountered by my clients
in an ever changing legal environment. My experience as
a former prosecutor has been instrumental in the
thousands of criminal defense cases which I have
professionally handled to resolution.
Do not take your legal rights lightly,
contact Kendall L Horween, P.A., today by calling
to schedule a free confidential consultation with an experienced
Orlando Homicide Defense Attorney (lawyer).
There are basically
two types of homicide;
There are varying degrees of murder and manslaughter
which also differ in the severity of the sentencing guidelines. The
type homicide and variation of either murder or
manslaughter you are arraigned and tried in court for depends
upon the circumstances of the homicide and the evidence
obtained or acquired by law enforcement.
Felony Murder Charges
A felony murder
occurs when their is an unlawful killing of a human being.
Felony murder charges are usually charged when premeditation
exists or the death of the victim occurred during the course of
another criminal act. Contrary to popular belief, in the State
of Florida, motive does not have to be proven in order to obtain
a conviction in a felony murder case, just that the accused
committed the murder. The degree of a felony murder charge may
be: 1st degree murder, 2nd degree murder, or 3rd degree
murder... 1st degree murder being the more serious offense
which, if convicted, carries a life sentence or the death
Felony Manslaughter Charges
manslaughter occurs when the negligence, carelessness, or
recklessness of an individual results in the death of another.
In a felony manslaughter charge, premeditation or intent does
not exist. Although a manslaughter conviction could result in
lengthy prison time, a felony manslaughter criminal charge is
not subject to the death penalty.
felony manslaughter is a homicide without intent and absence of
specific types of criminal acts which would make the death of a
person a murder charge. The degree of a felony manslaughter
charge may be: 1st degree manslaughter, 2nd degree manslaughter,
or 3rd degree manslaughter... 1st degree manslaughter being the
more serious offense.
Depending upon the circumstances and
evidence against you, Kendall L Horween, P.A., may be able
to get the
manslaughter charges dropped,
reduced, negotiate on your behalf for a diversion
program, or probation instead of jail time. Contact
my office today by calling
to speak with an
experienced Orlando murder / manslaughter
defense attorney (lawyer).
felony murder or manslaughter defense cases, I always strive to
provide the highest standard of legal representation for
each and every client.
My first goal is to get your charges
dropped. My Second goal is to keep you out of jail.
Contact Kendall L
Horween, P.A., today to speak with an experienced Orlando
murder / manslaughter defense Attorney
644-0554 or use our
case submission form
to schedule a
free confidential consultation regarding your
felony murder or manslaughter