Homicide and Murder Defense Attorney Serving Waukesha

Homicide and Murder Defense Attorney Serving Waukesha

A charge of murder or homicide is a serious accusation and one that state prosecutors take very seriously. Individuals who are charged with murder are presumed innocent until proven guilty, but the considerable resources and experience of the prosecution are always brought to make the strongest case possible against the defendant. If you are convicted of murder in a court of law, the consequences can be life-altering for you and your family. That is why if you have been charged with murder or homicide, you need a defense attorney who can match the experience and resources of the prosecution and help you make a strong case to protect you.

Our Waukesha homicide attorneys of Hart Powell, S.C. have the experience, knowledge, and resources necessary to build a strong defense if you have been accused of homicide. In these circumstances, it is important that you do not make any statements without having an attorney by your side as anything you say may be used against you in trial. To speak with one of our attorneys today, contact us at (414) 271-9595.

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    Types of Murder Charges

    Murder or homicide is defined as the unlawful killing of another person. However, there are several different types of murder charges, all of which carry different sentencing and are approached by prosecutors differently. Our Waukesha homicide attorneys have experience defending individuals against a range of homicide charges, including:

    • Manslaughter
    • Murder
    • Criminally negligent homicide
    • Vehicular manslaughter

    These charges are serious, but our attorneys understand the procedure and strategies of prosecution lawyers and we will work with you to build a strong case in your defense.

    Contact Us

    If you or someone you love has been charged with homicide, don’t hesitate to contact a Waukesha homicide lawyer of Hart Powell, S.C. today at (414) 271-9595. We believe everyone has a right to a fair trial and work diligently to defend each one of our clients against the charges they are facing.

    Written by Michael Hart & Craig Powell

    Last Updated : January 18, 2024