In all criminal defense cases here in Florida, each side—defense and prosecution—are entitled to discovery. Discovery is provided for by the Rules of Criminal Procedure so that neither side has the advantage of surprise. It’s the “you show me yours, I’ll so you mine” theory.
The unimaginable has happened: you caused a car accident that resulted in another person’s death while your blood alcohol level was over the legal limit. Now you are being charged with DUI manslaughter. As a second degree felony, a DUI manslaughter charge carries a slew of penalties. If convicted you could face: