Representing Individuals Accused of Homicide

Charged with Murder or Manslaughter?

Homicide is one of the most serious crimes a person can be accused of committing. If convicted, individuals can be penalized with hefty prison sentences. In some states, the death penalty can be issued as a sentence. If you are facing homicide charges, seek the immediate assistance of Imhoff & Associates, PC. We will take a look at all the evidence being used against you and launch an exhaustive investigation into your case.

Homicide Can be Charged as:

  • Manslaughter - Manslaughter refers to the act of taking a person's life without malice aforethought. It can be charged as voluntary manslaughter if it was intentional, but not planned out, or involuntary manslaughter if it was the result of being recklessly negligent.
  • Murder - Murder refers to the act of taking a person's life with malice aforethought.

Possible Penalties for Involuntary Manslaughter:

  • Up to 4 years incarcerated.
  • A fine of up to $10,000.
  • Paying money to the victim's family.

Possible Penalties for Voluntary Manslaughter:

  • 3-11 years incarcerated.
  • Paying money to the victim's family.

Possible Penalties for Murder:

  • 25 years to life, life without parole, or even the death penalty.
  • Paying money to the victim's family.

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Whether you are facing first-degree murder charges or involuntary manslaughter charges, you want a firm with extensive expertise on your side. We will Front view of courthousetirelessly advocate on your behalf and utilize various defense tactics to obtain the most favorable case result possible. With experienced criminal defense lawyers in 49 states, our firm can defend accused individuals at the local and national level. Need Legal Representation? Turn to Imhoff & Associates, PC.

Our firm is well known for offering the highest caliber of legal representation for our clients. As our client, you can expect your case to be treated as a top priority. Our extensive resources and dedicated staff could make all the difference in your case. As soon as you enlist our services, your case will be assigned to a case manager who will assign a capable and qualified attorney in your jurisdiction to take your case. Our case managers include former police officers and knowledgeable paralegals.

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