Drug Delivery Resulting in Death Defense in Pennsylvania

Drug Delivery Resulting in Death is charged a Felony of the First Degree, it is a serious offense in Pennsylvania. It occurs when someone intentionally administers, delivers, dispenses, gives, prescribes, sells, or distributes drugs that lead to another person’s death. The consequences for a conviction can be severe, including a mandatory minimum sentence of five years in prison with a maximum of FOURTY (40) years, and fines up to $250,000. If you or someone you know has been charged with delivery resulting in death, it is important to contact a criminal defense attorney immediately.

At our law firm, we understand the gravity of drug-induced homicide charges and the impact they can have on your life. Our experienced criminal defense attorneys have successfully defended clients facing these charges for over 20 years, and helped them navigate the legal system. We are committed to protecting your rights and fighting for your freedom.

When you hire us as your criminal defense attorneys, we will thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding your case. We will review all evidence, including witness statements, police reports, and medical records. We will work with experts in the field to analyze toxicology reports and determine the cause of death, as well as obtain our own investigators to gather evidence in your favor. Our goal is to build a strong defense strategy that will challenge the prosecution’s case and help you achieve the best possible outcome.

We understand that every case is unique, and we will work closely with you to develop a customized defense strategy tailored to your unique situation. We will keep you informed throughout the entire process, explaining your options and the potential consequences of each decision. We will fight tirelessly on your behalf, and we will never back down in the face of adversity.

If you are facing charges for Drug Delivery Resulting in Death in Pennsylvania, don’t wait to contact a criminal defense attorney. Time is essential, and the sooner we can begin working on your case, the better your chances of a positive outcome. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you.