State College Vehicular Homicide Lawyers
If a loss of life has occurred as a result of your driving, you may face serious consequences, regardless of whether or not you intended to take the life of another person. At Masorti & Donaldson, P.C. we have the legal and investigative resources required to dissect the prosecution's case against you. Working with psychologists, forensic experts, and eye-witness testimony, our criminal defense attorneys introduce information and facts that more often than not, put the prosecution on the defensive. Our experts and cross-examination skills challenge the version of events presented by the prosecution, providing grounds for reasonable doubt in the mind of jurors.
Take the initiative – contact State College vehicular homicide lawyers at the law office of Masorti & Donaldson, P.C. Representing clients throughout Pennsylvania, including Altoona, Lock Haven, Ebensburg, Williamsport, Bedford, and University Park, we provide confidential, discreet free consultations to answer any questions you might have.
Criminal Vehicular Offenses
The criminal defense attorneys at Masorti & Donaldson, P.C. represent clients in the following kinds of criminal vehicular cases:
- vehicular manslaughter
- vehicular homicide
- hit and run accidents
- reckless endangerment
Establishing Intent: Challenging the Case Against You
As in other criminal offenses, establishing the intent of the accused is crucial. In cases involving vehicular homicide, hit and run, or vehicular manslaughter, it must be proved beyond a reasonable doubt that you knowingly intended to harm or endanger another. Regardless of how strong a case may initially appear, once we cross examine witnesses and scrutinize evidence, a very different picture often emerges in favor of our client.
As your criminal defense team, we challenge inconsistencies and speculation in the testimony of prosecution witnesses, providing alternative explanations consistent with the facts involved. We tell your story, presenting facts and information that paints a different picture of your mental frame of mind, challenging the prosecution's claims in regard to your intent.
We Can Help You
Before agreeing to a lesser charge or providing statements to authorities, it's important to speak with an attorney first. We'll advise you of your legal options while making sure your rights are protected. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, contact Pennsylvania criminal defense attorneys at the law office of Masorti & Donaldson, P.C. today.