When you have been accused of killing another human being in North Carolina, working with an attorney who knows the North Carolina and federal court systems inside and out is important. Punishment for murder is severe – your life is on the line.
At Woody White Law Firm PLLC, we have successfully represented clients accused of murder and other violent crimes. Woody White, our Wilmington murder defense attorney, is a board-certified specialist in state criminal law. He will listen carefully to your concerns and the circumstances surrounding your arrest as the foundation for building a strong defense to protect your rights and freedom.
Contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation. Call us at 910-338-4900 locally or toll-free at 866-677-8525.
Ogden Homicide Attorney
Homicide is the unlawful killing of a human being. Depending on the circumstances and events leading up to the death of the victim, you may be charged with:
- First-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder
- Second-degree murder
- Voluntary manslaughter and attempted voluntary manslaughter
- Involuntary manslaughter
- Vehicular manslaughter
Our skilled criminal defense attorney may also be able to demonstrate that you acted in self-defense or in the heat of the moment, resulting in the death of the alleged victim. By showing your lack of intent to commit murder, we may be able to exonerate you of the crime altogether or reduce the charges against you to a lesser degree of murder. Of course, many murder investigations lead to charges being filed against innocent persons. If you are a suspect in a murder investigation, do not assume the police will protect your rights. Make sure you have an experienced attorney with you at all times. It costs nothing to talk with us on the phone. It may cost everything if you do not.
North Carolina Involuntary Manslaughter Lawyer – Experience ∙ Dedication ∙ Results
The criminal defense attorneys at Woody White Law Firm PLLC are ready to build a strong case on your behalf to defend against murder charges. Contact our Ogden homicide lawyer to discuss the charges against you.