If you were charged with murder in New York and you know that a person did, in fact, die as a result of your actions, this does not mean that you will be convicted of murder. A vigorous defense may help you obtain a favorable outcome in your case. If it cannot be demonstrated that you intended to kill the person, your charges may be reduced to charges of manslaughter, rather than murder. Depending on the facts of your case, other, more favorable outcomes are also possible.
Were your criminal charges a result of one of the following types of incidents in which someone died and you are the person of suspicion?
- Playing with a gun, leading to someone's death
- A bar fight
- A school fight
- A fatal car accident, leading to vehicular manslaughter charges
- An accidental poisoning or drug overdose involving actions of yours
From Law Offices in Albany, Schenectady & New York City, Sacco Tyner Represents New Yorkers Charged With Manslaughter
Sacco Tyner is in practice in New York to defend people who have been charged with serious crimes, including homicide and manslaughter. We serve clients in Albany, Schenectady, Saratoga, the Capital Region and throughout New York State.
Contact a Schenectady Criminal Defense Lawyer
Learn firsthand about our vigorous, aggressive criminal defense strategies used to defend people charged with serious crimes such as manslaughter. Talk to Mark Sacco or James Tyner about the facts and circumstances of your case and explore strategies for your defense. If you have been charged with any violent crime and need to speak with a manslaughter attorney, schedule a consultation at our Albany, Schenectady or New York City law office. Call us at 866-642-3807 or contact us online.