There is no more serious charge in the California penal code than that of taking the life of another human being. In most circumstances, a conviction means a long prison sentence. Some cases can result in the death penalty. Our Los Angeles homicide lawyer strives to provide personalized attention and aggressive counsel. We will carefully review all the evidence, explain a defendant’s rights under the law, and fight to ensure they receive a fair trial. Above all, we believe in our clients, even those who may have been abandoned by those closest to them.
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The exact sentencing guidelines depend on what specific murder charges was filed by the District Attorney’s office. What’s important to understand is that California law, still unfortunately harsh in nature, has several ways that sentences can be made even more severe, beyond the basic prison term guidelines provided in the penal code. For example:
Facing charges from the District Attorney’s office can be a scary time. At Saffari Law Group, we understand how to navigate the process and protect our clients.
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Every case is different. That’s just one reason why Saffari Law Group is committed to treating every client like they’re the only one that comes through our doors. We’re structured so as to be able to give each case the intensely personal attention it deserves. The defense strategy our clients are relying on to protect their freedom will be shaped by what’s found in our diligent investigative process.
That said, there are some general defenses that are often available to lawyers, including the following:
We discuss all available defense strategies with our clients in light of the specifics in each case.
The following are examples of charges a District Attorney may choose to bring: