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Defending Against Manslaughter Charges in Riverside County

Manslaughter is a very serious accusation, and if you have been accused of any type of homicide or murder, it is absolutely imperative that you immediately retain the representation of an attorney. I am Michael J. LaCilento, Attorney at Law, and I have extensive experience handling an array of complex criminal defense cases. I am prepared to aggressively pursue defense on your behalf. If you have been arrested, or if you are under investigation for manslaughter, it is imperative that you immediately retain the assistance of my firm.

The California criminal justice system does not take lightly to these types of violent charges, and individuals could be facing life in prison or, if convicted, the death penalty. Prosecutors will take all necessary means to ensure that you receive the highest penalties available. Without the assistance of an attorney, you could be facing an uphill battle against the state or federal court system. In order to protect yourself, your rights and your future, it is important that you have my office on your side.

Accused of manslaughter in California? Call (951) 335-0088 to for a free and confidential consultation.

What is Manslaughter?

In California, manslaughter is considered either voluntary or involuntary. Both types of manslaughter are covered in California Penal Code 192. One of the key differences between voluntary and involuntary manslaughter is the level of intent and the circumstances of a situation. The punishments include hefty fines and imprisonment.

What is Voluntary Manslaughter?

Voluntary manslaughter in California PC 192(a) applies to an act of killing that is committed during a sudden quarrel or in a heat of passion. Your sentence for voluntary manslaughter in California can include up to 11 years in prison and $10,000 in fines.

What are the Penalties for Voluntary Manslaughter in California?

Punishments for voluntary manslaughter in California include:

  • Up to 11 years in state prison
  • Up to $10,000 in fines
  • Loss of your right to own/possess a firearm
  • Community service

What is Involuntary Manslaughter?

Involuntary manslaughter in California PC 192(b) is the unintentional killing of another person while committing a crime that is not inherently dangerous (such as a felony) or while committing a lawful act which could result in death without due caution.

What are the Penalties for Involuntary Manslaughter in California?

Punishments for involuntary manslaughter in California include:

  • Up to 4 years in jail
  • Up to $10,000 in fines

If you are facing a manslaughter charge in Corona, proving your innocence and preventing an unfair sentence may depend on establishing an absence of intent. In many cases, individuals who committed manslaughter in response to a provocation or fear for their life may build their defense based on these factors. Ultimately, a skilled defense attorney may help you protect your rights with a personalized defense strategy.

Contact Our Manslaughter Lawyer in Corona Today

When you are in need of experienced representation, look no further than my firm. I am proud to have successfully assisted countless clients in the Corona area in overcoming their legal tribulations, and I may be able to help you, too. I am not afraid to pursue cases in the courtroom and I have handled multiple criminal trials to verdict.

If you are looking for trusted representation, contact my office today and schedule a free case evaluation as soon as possible!

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