Manslaughter charges can fall into two categories, voluntary manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter. The consequences for voluntary manslaughter are generally far more severe than the consequences for involuntary manslaughter. If you have been charged with voluntary manslaughter this means that your intent was to cause serious injury or death to the victim. Utah manslaughter attorney Zachary C. Holbrook, P.C. is prepared to fight your voluntary or involuntary manslaughter case.
If you have been charged with voluntary manslaughter there are a few surrounding circumstances that may reduce the charges to involuntary manslaughter. These include:
- Diminished Responsibility
Zachary C. Holbrook, P.C. is prepared to thoroughly review your case and find evidence to support your innocence. He provides the best defense for your manslaughter case and help you receive a fair trial. He will discuss your legal options including reduced charges, plea bargains, and how he will strategize for your case.