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Bradenton Homicide Lawyer

There is nothing more serious than murder and nothing more shocking than being accused of it. We know the awkward position clients are in when they are charged with homicide. At Mark Lipinski PA, we leverage a compassionate client understanding with capable legal counsel for clients in Bradenton, Manatee County and Sarasota County.

Bradenton Homicide Attorney

As experienced criminal law attorneys, we are confident in our ability to uphold clients' rights even in cases that involve allegations of felony murder or manslaughter. Since Florida has a death penalty, the stakes for the accused can literally become a matter of life or death. With our clients' futures in question, we are fierce in our representation of homicide cases.

Our lawyers have worked as prosecuting attorneys and use that viewpoint to help form a defense for violent crimes, including homicide cases. We have succeeded in securing bonds to get clients out of jail after a charge has been made. Additionally, we pursue plea bargains, lesser charges or a motive of self-defense if beneficial for the client and his or her unique situation.

Homicide is a very serious charge that requires an equally stringent case approach. As part of a thorough investigation, we meticulously detail the circumstances for each case. We start with in-depth interviews with clients, followed by interviews with witnesses and a thorough examination of evidence. Often DNA testing is involved. Our goal is to analyze every aspect involved to formulate careful positioning of the case and attain justice.

Palmetto Murder Defense Attorney

If you have been arrested or accused of a crime in Bradenton, Manatee County or Sarasota County, contact us immediately. Call us at 941-747-5228 or send us an e-mail. One of our experienced criminal law attorneys can evaluate your case during an initial consultation. From the start, we value communication with our clients, and have Spanish translation services available.

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