Homicide is divided into two distinct categories – justifiable and unjustifiable. Whereas self-defense laws deem homicide legal in certain situations, murder and manslaughter are considered forms of criminal homicide, resulting in harsher consequences and penalties. If you or someone close to you has been charged with homicide in any degree, the experienced criminal defense attorneys at Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio, L.L.C. will work vigorously to defend your rights and freedoms, preparing your unique case for trial. As a New Jersey law firm, we serve individuals across the state, including the areas of Red Bank and Morristown, who are charged with homicidal acts, offering personalized attention to each pressing legal matter. Our attorneys are also prepared to travel and make house calls as deemed necessary to better suit your needs.
Murder Defense Attorneys Practicing In New Jersey
With your future on the line, you need an experienced team of attorneys who will work day in and day out to guarantee the best possible results for your homicide case. At Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio, L.L.C., our lawyers understand the life-altering consequences of being convicted of criminal homicide, including murder, manslaughter and death by auto or vessel. We will explore every potential avenue and utilize our in-depth knowledge of New Jersey criminal law to negotiate lower charges or penalties, pursue a non-guilty verdict at trial and/or develop other criminal defense strategies based on your distinct case.
Well-Practiced Homicide Defense Attorneys
Differing from voluntary and involuntary manslaughter and murder, homicide incurred by justifiable means, including self defense for the protection of oneself or another or shootings committed by law enforcement officers in the line of duty, may not be considered a crime. With over 200 years of combined experience, our skilled team of attorneys will work with you to build a solid criminal defense case, and through aggressive representation and a proactive approach, we will strive to counteract the prosecution’s vast wealth of resources in support of a favorable verdict.