Manslaughter

Ohio Vehicular Manslaughter Defense Attorneys

A conviction for manslaughter in the state of Ohio will result in numerous criminal and collateral consequences. Not only will you face a lengthy prison sentence, but you also face numerous setbacks upon being released from prison. Regardless of the criminal charges you are facing, you want to take steps now to protect your rights and future.

At Rittgers & Rittgers, our Ohio vehicular manslaughter defense lawyers are dedicated to protecting you at all stages of the criminal process. Whether you are being investigated or already have a trial date set, we can step in at any time to fight for you. With more than 100 years of combined legal experience, we have what it takes in the form of knowledge and resources to build a strong defense against any manslaughter charge.

Putting Our Resources and Skill to Work for You

When defending our clients against manslaughter charges, we take every precautionary step necessary to gather evidence and craft a creative and thorough defense strategy. We work with a network of trusted experts, including private investigators, psychologists and forensic experts.

Reach out to us to learn how we can help protect you against any of the following charges:

  • Vehicular manslaughter: Unlike vehicular homicide, you can be charged with vehicular manslaughter even if you had no criminal intent to harm anyone while operating a motor vehicle.
  • Involuntary manslaughter: This crime is often charged if you are believed to have caused the death of another person while attempting to commit or committing another crime.
  • Voluntary manslaughter: Prosecutors will seek conviction of this crime if they believe you have caused the death of another person while in a fit of passion or rage that was incited by that person.

Call a Cincinnati Involuntary Manslaughter Defense Attorney Today

With your freedom and future at stake, it is important that you do not waste any time in seeking out the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney. Contact our Ohio defense law firm online or call us at 513-932-2115 to schedule your confidential consultation today.

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Related Result

Juvenile Court: 16-year-old Boy Charged with Aggravated Vehicular Homicide (F2); Faced a Mandatory Lifetime License Revocation and Incarceration until the Age 21: One day after obtaining his driver's license, our client drove left of center killing a woman and her unborn child. Prior to the crash our client had smoked marijuana. After a trial, our client was convicted of an F3 Aggravated Vehicular Homicide and Sentenced to a Treatment Program for Juveniles and is eligible to obtain a driver's license in the future.