Manslaughter Attorney in Attleboro
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Manslaughter is a serious criminal charge that can have devastating consequences if you are convicted. At the Law Office of James M. Caramanica, P.C., we represent clients charged with voluntary and involuntary manslaughter in Attleboro, Fall River, and surrounding areas. Our manslaughter lawyer in Attleboro provides diligent legal representation to clients facing serious charges.
Voluntary & Involuntary Manslaughter
Voluntary manslaughter is intentionally killing another person, while involuntary manslaughter is unintentionally, unlawfully killing. Regardless of whether the killing was intentional or not, a conviction can result in a sentence of up to 20 years in state prison. When faced with charges that are this serious, it is important to hire a qualified and experienced criminal defense attorney.
To secure a conviction for voluntary manslaughter, the prosecution must prove:
- Intent to harm or kill
- Killing without excuse
- Use of excessive force in self defense
- Use of excessive force in defending another person
When there is no evidence of intent, prosecutors often operate on the theory of involuntary manslaughter. This involves situations where killing was caused by reckless conduct or battery that the defendant knew, or should have known, could result in substantial harm or death. A conviction for manslaughter jeopardizes your freedom and your future.
Mounting an Aggressive Legal Defense
An accusation of manslaughter is extremely stressful and overwhelming. Our manslaughter lawyer in Attleboro has nearly three decades of experience defending clients accused with a variety of violent crimes. We work to collect evidence and build a strong case for each client to increase the chances of having the charges reduced or a favorable outcome in court.
If you have been charged with manslaughter, call (508) 690-4808 to schedule a free consultation.
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