Not sure what the question is. Explaining your situation , as you perceive the facts, does not help you in court, where it counts. If you were involved in an event that resulted in your being chrged with a death, SHOUT UP. Contact an attorney with whom you discuss the vase.
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You should contact a defense attorney in the Marion/Jonesboro area who also has at their disposal an expert who can testify on traffic signal matters. Have you been sued or prosecuted? If so, you need to call someone right away to get moving on your defense and getting documents from the municipality where the accident occurred.
And as my AVVO colleague correctly suggests, keep your conversations on the matter betweeen yourself and your counsel.
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You need to contact a criminal defense lawyer in the Marion/West Memphis area if this is where the event happened. If not, contact a well know criminal defense lawyer in the area where this event happened. AND immediately report the event to the insurance company that insured you and/or the vehicle. Your insurance company may be able to afford to hire someone to inspect the traffic signals, but you need to talk to them.
You need to absolutely stay off all social media or other public discussion walls as this will be used by any good lawyer looking for it.
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If you have car insurance, then hire a lawyer immediately and have your lawyer communicate with your insurance company. You do not want any recorded conversations or notes of an adjuster to end up in the hands of a prosecutor or lawyer suing you over the death. Get help now. Make no further statements to anyone other than counsel.
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