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OKLAHOMA CITY HOMICIDE ATTORNEY
AN ADVOCATE WITH OVER 20 YEARS OF PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
A homicide charge may be the most serious charge one can face, and so an attorney experienced in these cases is both crucial and an immediate necessity. Homicide cases have the potential to be punished more harshly in Oklahoma, which is why you need the firm of Jason Spanich, PC, fighting for your rights.
Homicide can be classified as either:
- Excusable homicide
- Justifiable homicide
Additionally, murder can be subcategorized as either first-degree or second-degree.
Call our homicide lawyer in Oklahoma City at (405) 236-0115 today.
FIRST- AND SECOND- DEGREE MURDER IN OKLAHOMA
One of the most serious crimes listed in Oklahoma’s criminal code is first-degree murder, which can potentially be punished by death. In this case, it must be determined that the perpetrator had malice aforethought, meaning they deliberately and unlawfully intended to kill the victim. In Oklahoma, there are other situations where murder may be classified as first-degree.
Second degree murder could be applicable to cases where the killing is done by an act that is imminently dangerous to another person, though done without premeditation. It also may apply to situations when a killing is committed by a person engaged in a felony.
SPEAK WITH A HOMICIDE DEFENSE LAWYER
Homicide charges are some of the most difficult cases to handle when it comes to criminal defense. Fortunately, I have over two decades worth of experience in these situations and can bring my wealth of knowledge to each case I handle.
Why Hire Attorney Spanich?
- A significant portion of my time as a lawyer has been spent litigating the most serious crimes in our judicial system.
- I have handled more than 50 homicides cases, have served as a death penalty lawyer, and have special training in this particular area.
- My firm, Jason Spanich, PC, can take you through the process and fight for your rights.
Contact my firm at (405) 236-0115 for assistance with your case.