New York Criminal Defense Lawyer
Murder Charges in Brooklyn
Looking for an Attorney for a Murder Case in Brooklyn?
Have you been charged with murder in the state of New York? If so, it is important to realize that you must be very careful not to make any mistakes in your case. Prosecution errors can lead to wrongful convictions and you may not receive the opportunity to reverse the damage performed. It is imperative to retain the legal assistance of a Brooklyn criminal lawyer from our firm at your earliest convenience. We have extensive trial experience that ranges from charges of DWI to murder. Our experience can be put to use to benefit your case and the verdict.
Penalties for Murder in New York
Murder in New York can be punished by a lifetime prison sentence and even the death penalty, depending on the circumstances. It is described under the New York penal codes Article 125. Murder in the first degree, §125.27 is performed when the individual had intent to cause death to another individual and this action is completed. Murder in the first degree, §125.25, is when the defendant purposefully causes the death of an individual and they acted under the influence of an extreme factor such as emotional disturbance.
Contact a Brooklyn Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you have been charged with murder it is important to immediately secure the legal representation of our firm. You need an experienced criminal lawyer in Brooklyn to help you! From the beginning of your case to the end, we can build a case with the purpose of protecting your rights. Make sure that you take every step toward building a strong defense. Searching for a lawyer for your criminal case in Brooklyn?
At The Law Offices of Michael Mullen, we can stand by your side to ensure that no false or coerced confessions are presented by prosecution. Contact us at your earliest convenience to begin challenging the evidence brought before you!
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