Homicide/Manslaughter

Your St. Louis And St. Charles Murder-Homicide Defense Lawyer

Whether federal homicide charges (conspiracy, etc.), or state murder charges, no one wants to be in that position. Murder charges are inherently emotional and involve serious prison time upon conviction. Being arrested or charged for federal or state homicide of a state murder or manslaughter charge is a traumatic experience to say the least. Knowing where to turn in your time of need can be a daunting task. Having an articulate, strong legal advocate with federal and state criminal murder or homicide charges to champion your rights throughout the entirety of the process is paramount. It is one of the most important decisions you can make. Whether the well-educated business person, or under-educated indigent person, Attorney Lynch understands the pressing nature of your case, the forensics associated with murder/homicide investigations and how to generate and present a logical defense on your behalf to judge and jury. Attorney Lynch’s record for state and federal murder charges is commendable.

At The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC, our firm founder attorney John M. Lynch has handled high-profile cases with success in federal jurisdictions, including California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Texas, Ohio, New York and New Jersey. Attorney Lynch brings incredible insight into any murder/homicide investigations from his experience and training as a homicide investigator along with his previous membership in the Greater St. Louis Major Case Squad and International Homicide Investigators Association. Attorney Lynch has prepared and published articles in the area of homicide investigation for law enforcement. He now trains other attorneys on how to employ these training techniques into their defense equation. Attorney Lynch has several professional publications to his credit in the areas of federal criminal defense and homicide. Trial-tested and successful, Attorney Lynch's efforts have yielded impressive results, including the acquittal of homicide/murder charges, dismissal of homicide charges or changes to a lesser offense.

At The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC, we are committed to defending clients in St. Louis faced with federal and state murder/homicide and manslaughter charges. Attorney Lynch realizes this is a difficult time in your life and will do everything possible to protect your freedom and your good name through experience, tenacity and legal resources. His office will ensure that your voice is heard as we stand up for your rights in federal and state courts.

St. Louis and St. Charles Murder Defense Lawyer

There is no criminal act that is more serious than the unlawful killing of another human being or murder. But there are times when these charges are inaccurate, shaded in ambiguity, and therefore require a skilled trial lawyer. There are many variations to the general murder/homicide charged. For example, manslaughter is generally a lesser charge than murder and will be categorized as voluntary manslaughter, which involves some provocation, or involuntary manslaughter, which involves killing without intent, usually through negligence, such as a DW-manslaughter. From his former work as a homicide investigator and instructor, Attorney Lynch understands the intricacy of manslaughter and murder charges, the labyrinth of evidence which has to be examined for accuracy, and the necessity in flushing out all aspects of a murder case. Attorney Lynch’s trial experience, knowledge base, and legal acumen will be put to use in protecting your rights at every point against tough federal and state prosecutors.

Your Experienced Capital Murder Defense Attorney in Missouri

Attorney John M. Lynch has tried many complex federal cases and understands the impact federal sentencing guidelines and federal court procedures can have on capital crime-death penalty cases. Attorney Lynch is an experienced St. Louis and St. Charles homicide defense lawyer with the ability to see a case from all sides. Attorney Lynch’s previous work as investigator enables him to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of a case from the prosecuting attorney's point of view.

A successful case history has earned attorney Lynch recognition from the judiciary and his peers for outstanding legal advocacy. Attorney Lynch has a record replete with unparalleled success and is often selected to lecture on criminal defense topics for universities, the judiciary, and his peers.

The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC. is Your Dedicated Legal Advocate for Serious State and Federal Crimes

Regardless of the exact nature of your homicide charges, Attorney Lynch has the requisite dedication and skills to defend your case in state and federal courts. Whether your case involves murder for hire in federal court or an involuntary manslaughter charge at your local courthouse, Attorney Lynch will devote his legal resources to building your defense immediately. Murder charges involve vital issues that require an aggressive, but reasoned legal approach in order to be successful. Questioning forensic evidence, law enforcement tactics, witness statements and other evidence can make all the difference in your state or federal murder case. Attorney Lynch understands that you must do everything legally possible to reduce the impact of the charges against you, and his office will work tirelessly to protect your rights and present your case. Considering Missouri’s death penalty and federal capital punishment where charged federally, your very life could be at stake. Attorney Lynch is a proven trial lawyer who understands all aspects of the criminal justice system from his previous work as a homicide investigator and how to apply that experience to defending his clients. The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC. is ready to protect your rights and defend you today.

Contact a St. Louis and St. Charles Lawyer for Homicide and Manslaughter Issues

Even where you believe there is are no options, and no hope, call Attorney John Lynch. Clients and attorneys all over the country have. To arrange a free initial consultation with Attorney John Lynch, call 314-726-9999 or e-mail us.

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