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Florida woman may need criminal defense info after arrest

When placed in a stressful situation, individuals may not always make the best decisions. As a result, some could even find themselves facing criminal charges due to mistakes they may have made. In such cases, creating and presenting a meaningful criminal defense could help parties work toward the outcome they hope to achieve. 

One woman in Florida may be hoping to create her own defense presentation after recently being charged. Reports stated that a 26-year-old woman reportedly gave birth to a child at a hotel and then left it face down in a trash can after it died. The baby's body was purportedly found by a friend of the woman. It was unclear if the friend informed police of the incident or if they were alerted by other means. 

The woman claimed that the child was stillborn and that she had wanted to call 911 but was unable to due to just giving birth. However, an autopsy performed on the infant reportedly determined that the child had been alive at birth and died from blood loss due to the umbilical cord being torn. As a result, the woman is facing a charge for aggravated manslaughter. 

Such allegations can be difficult to face, especially on one's own. Therefore, the woman may wish to seek assistance when creating and presenting her criminal defense against the charges brought against her. Speaking with an experienced Florida defense attorney could allow her to gain more information on her case and the court proceedings as she works to handle the criminal charges.

Source: ocala.com, "Mom of newborn found in trash arrested on manslaughter charge", Austin L. Miller, Aug. 2, 2016

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