When facing a criminal charge as serious as homicide or attempted homicide, it is critical to work with a lawyer who has experience handling this type of case and can protect your rights throughout the process. If you work with an inexperienced attorney, you could risk a long prison term or other criminal penalties. With stakes this high, you need an attorney you can trust to do everything possible to help you.
At Louis Charles Shapiro, P.A. in Vineland, New Jersey, Mr. Shapiro has more than 20 years of legal experience. As a homicide defense attorney, he can provide focused, aggressive, strategic solutions against charges of murder, manslaughter, aggravated manslaughter and death by auto charges.
Fighting For Your Freedom
There are many cases that provide opportunities to win at trial. Mr. Shapiro explores every avenue for protecting his clients in homicide cases, including motions to suppress evidence obtained in illegal searches and seizures. In some cases, statements to the police can be suppressed or the credibility of the identification of the accused can be brought into question. Other challenges can be raised to diminish the strength of a homicide case.
In other situations, however, the prosecutor has solid evidence, legally obtained by the police, that establish the elements of a homicide crime. In these cases, Mr. Shapiro can work with the prosecuting attorney to negotiate a more favorable sentence.
Homicide defense attorney Louis Charles Shapiro will do everything possible to defend your rights and help you get the best outcome possible in your case.
Attorney Shapiro has more than 20 years of experience as a lawyer and he has been named a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney by the New Jersey Board on Attorney Certification. He will use his experience and knowledge to explore every possible avenue for protecting your rights.
Contact Louis Charles Shapiro, P.A.
To schedule a free, in-person consultation with an experienced New Jersey trial lawyer, call (856)691-6800 or email the firm via the secure contact form.