Manslaughter / Murder

Manslaughter and Murder charges are among the most serious of criminal activities with manslaughter being defined as the killing of a person without premeditated intent and murder being defined as the killing of a person with precedented malicious consideration.

Hiring a Skilled Attorney is Key

Manslaughter is considered a second degree felony and maximum punishment is a $10,000 fine and 20 years imprisonment.

Intoxication manslaughter is treated more relentlessly by the courts and punishment of fines up to $100,000, 20 years imprisonment, revocation of driving privileges, and community service are all possible in sentencing.

Self-defense is often a factor in cases of murder and the laws involved in claims of self-defense are very complex.  It is imperative that a seasoned criminal defense attorney be quickly employed to fight a conviction of manslaughter or murder.


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