Royal Oak Criminal Defense Attorneys
Not all forms of homicide are considered murder, some are categorized as manslaughter. While it may be true that manslaughter is often seen as a “less severe” form of murder, you must understand that the consequences of conviction can be just as serious depending on the circumstances of your case. If you have been accused of manslaughter, you must not lose any more time; start preparing your defense now.
At Rasor Law Firm, our Royal Oak criminal defense lawyers are able to take on any case, no matter the intricacies involved in the evidence or the strength of the prosecution. If you live in Michigan and are afraid that you cannot fight your manslaughter charges, you need to pick up the phone and call 248-543-9000 as soon as you can.
Consider our accolades and accomplishments that qualify us for your case:
Law firm established in 1994
25+ years of combined legal and trial experience
We have Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠on our team
Past clients give us high praise
“We Fight & Win” — Contact Rasor Law Firm today.
Fighting Involuntary Manslaughter Charges
Most manslaughter charges involve the killing of another person without the intent to do so. The person’s death is also usually caused by some form of negligence or recklessness that a reasonable person would have tried to avoid or prevent. A common example of involuntary manslaughter is a death that results from an accident caused by an intoxicated driver, which may also be considered involuntary vehicular manslaughter. More violent circumstances can also apply, such as committing assault and battery with the intent to only harm someone but ultimately causing them fatal injury.