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The main difference between murder and manslaughter comes down to intent. To be accused of manslaughter does not require one to have intentionally decided to commit the crime, but having acted recklessly while aware that there was an unjustified risk of death due to your actions. What a manslaughter charge and a murder charge do share, however, is that if convicted, you will face serious charges that will have a severely negative impact on the rest of your life.
If you, or someone close to you, has been accused of manslaughter, there is no time to wait. The longer you hold off on hiring representation, the less likely you are to get a fair hearing and reduced or dropped charges. However, when seeking a defense lawyer to take on your case, you don’t want to hire just anyone. You want someone on your side with extensive knowledge of criminal law and a drive to work diligently to clear your name and get you the best verdict possible. Many criminal defense lawyers lack the skills or are intimidated to take a case to trial, but not Brian Karalus of Karalus Law. For over twenty years, Brian has used his unparalleled knowledge of criminal law to represent hundreds of clients facing serious charges, oftentimes for little or no money, only to see justice served.
Whether you’re facing voluntary or involuntary manslaughter charges, Brian will use his experience and the dedication that he brings to each client, to compile a compelling argument on your behalf. From reviewing the evidence to speaking with medical examiners, crime scene analysts, and more, you can rely on Karalus Law to do everything possible to help your case. If you would like more information about the appropriate steps that you should take or would like to schedule your free initial confrontation, call today.