If you are facing a charge of reckless homicide and you are convicted you could face a long prison sentence and monetary fine.
Learn how our attorneys and staff at Blizzard & Zimmerman Attorneys can protect your rights and fight for your freedom during a consultation with our attorneys. Call today about your reckless homicide case.
This charge is different from a murder charge.
Attorney Jacob Blizzard has spent years gaining valuable experience, crafting unique negotiations, and honing his skills in criminal trial defense and procedures to achieve favorable results for his clients.
He is one of only 87 attorneys out of 100,000 attorneys in the State of Texas to be board certified in both criminal law and criminal appellate law.
Blizzard is also noted by the Seventh Administrative Judicial Region of Texas as being one of two attorneys in the region who is qualified for appointment as Lead Appellate Counsel in capital cases in which the death penalty is sought.
His strong belief in advocacy for people is important to him, and he has built a team of highly skilled attorneys to litigate any criminal case.
The Texas Penal Code defines reckless homicide as:
- Recklessly causing the death of an individual.
The penalty for reckless homicide is that of a second-degree felony, which can result in 2-20 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
So the penalties are severe.
If you or a loved one have been accused of reckless homicide. it’s critical that you hire an experienced criminal defense attorney.
We take your case personally and push past surface-level representation to personal, passionate advocacy.
We advocate for individual rights and personal freedoms.
Contact Blizzard and Zimmerman attorneys today to schedule a consultation with an attorney to review your case.