Involuntary Manslaughter

Involuntary manslaughter is an unintentional homicide. These are usually complex cases involving many witnesses and different types of evidence. Determining whether blood or breath test results are reliable and admissible into evidence can be crucial to the case. If a defendant driver was hospitalized after a fatal automobile crash, the hospital records are sometimes used to look for evidence against the driver. If you are charged with such an offense you should have experienced trial counsel working on your case. The earlier your counsel is able to assess the case the earlier he will be able to determine what steps need to be taken to safeguard your rights and to look for evidence and witnesses in your favor. If you are charged with such an offense, let Wade Kizer put his experience as a trial lawyer to work for you. He has spent the past 30 years putting together complicated cases and presenting them to juries and judges. He has tried numerous involuntary manslaughter cases involving drivers who had been consuming alcohol.