Handling criminal and non-criminal cases
By definition, homicide is the killing of another human being. Not all homicides are crimes, however. Depending on the situation, intent to kill or malice may or may not be present. Non-criminal homicides include killing in self-defense or a death resulting from an automobile accident in which there was no criminal activity involved.
Regardless of the level of charges, anyone accused of homicide or murder needs immediate, highly experienced legal representation and guidance. During a difficult time and often complicated and overwhelming process, you need someone you can count on to hear you out and represent your case under the rights that all U.S. citizens deserve.
A Passion for Defense
The team of highly skilled and experienced criminal trial attorneys at Romano Law Group will be there in your time of need. We understand the intricacies of Florida criminal laws and how to effectively use them to your advantage. Our team’s deep knowledge of the criminal justice system, combined with years of prosecuting and defending criminal cases, will give you a strong, effective defense team.
Romano Law Group attorneys will quickly implement finely tuned criminal defense strategies and investigative techniques. We work with a team of experts to collect, examine and present evidence, including computer modeling and visual recreation. If your case goes to trial, our veteran team will be prepared to defend your case with passion and skill.
Romano Law Group provides another valuable benefit that most other law firms cannot: Eric Romano. A former prosecutor and board-certified criminal trial attorney, Eric has earned the respect of South Florida judges and prosecutors. Adding another level of expertise to our criminal defense team, John Romano also brings nearly 40 years of experience in the courtroom, both prosecuting and defending criminal cases throughout the United States.
Romano Law Group regularly handles cases involving homicide and other criminal charges. We represent clients in West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Boca Raton, South Florida, and across the United States.
Contact us any time with questions about your legal rights or a potential homicide case.