Vehicular homicide can be a life-altering conviction. It is critical that you choose an experienced criminal defense lawyer with a proven track record in defending vehicular homicide and other serious traffic violation cases in Georgia. You can trust Attorney M. Qader A. Baig for a strong defense strategy against the serious penalties of this charge. He carries more than 20 years of courtroom experience, including criminal defense cases and time as as full-time prosecutor.
Vehicular homicide is a felony under Georgia law, ranging from a minimum penalty of three years to a maximum of twenty years in prison. Attorney M. Qader A. Baig is strongly equipped to defend vehicular homicide. He is known for his sharp skills and a tenacious approach in both trial advocacy and pre-trial negotiation.
Experienced Criminal Defense
A brief lack of judgment or error on the road can result in a fatal car accident. If you are facing charges related to the death of another human being while driving, you could be entering a life-long nightmare unless you seek counsel from an experienced criminal defense lawyer. At M. Qader A. Baig & Associates, LLC, we understand the sensitive, yet serious nature of vehicular homicide. We conduct a meticulous investigation of the facts and work aggressively to protect your rights at every turn. Attorney Baig always educates his clients on their specific charges, the applicable laws and the strategy behind his defense tactics.
Whether your vehicular homicide charge was due to reckless driving, speeding or intoxication, we will do everything possible to obtain a favorable outcome for you. When it comes to criminal defense, hiring the best can help you put the past behind you. In addition to the extended hours of legal counsel that we offer our clients, we also use a tiered-free system that ensures you never get charged for services we did not provide.
Contact Attorney M. Qader A. Baig for an experienced Vehicular Homicide Lawyer in the Metro Atlanta area. We are ready to fight for you and protect your future when facing criminal charges.