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Gwinnett County Manslaughter Attorney

Georgia Voluntary & Involuntary Manslaughter Defense Lawyer

Manslaughter is defined as the crime of killing another person without planning or premeditation. Manslaughter can be classified as voluntary or involuntary. It is deemed voluntary when there was no previous intent or planning to kill but an intentional killing takes place. Voluntary manslaughter typically takes place in the “heat of passion” and is reasonably provoked by the victim. Reasonable provocation is defined as an act that would cause a reasonable person to lose mental awareness and self control, allowing him or her to act on impulse without thinking first. “Heat of passion” may be provoked by fear, anger, terror or rage.

Involuntary manslaughter is defined as a death that results due to an act of recklessness or criminal negligence. It often occurs when a person commits a misdemeanor or low-level felony such as a DUI (driving under the influence). A voluntary or involuntary manslaughter conviction is usually a felony offense in the state of Georgia. If convicted, you can receive a minimum of one year in jail, a fine, restitution and probation. Hiring an experienced manslaughter defense attorney can drastically reduce your sentence and in some cases your charges may be lowered or dropped altogether.

You must act immediately and contact a manslaughter attorney who understands how to defend manslaughter charges in the state of Georgia and who can act quickly on your behalf. At the Fox Firm, P.C., you will be provided with the necessary experience to help obtain the best possible outcome for your case. As major felony trial lawyers and a manslaughter defense lawyers at Fox Firm, P.C. has a quarter century of legal experience and will use his aggressive tactics and extreme dedication when it comes to defending your voluntary or involuntary manslaughter case.

A Gwinnett County manslaughter defense attorney at the Fox Firm, P.C. is ready to help you with your voluntary or involuntary manslaughter charge, helping to reduce your sentence or get your charges dropped altogether. The firm represents clients in need of a defense attorney in Gwinnett County and the surrounding areas. Contact the office immediately for your legal consultation.

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