First-Degree Murder Charge Results in Probation
On behalf of Randall & Stump, PLLC in Homicide on Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Our Client was charged with the poisoning death of his wife. After years of investigation by the state, the defendant was charged and exposed to a potential sentence of life in prison without parole. Prior to trial, the state finally conceded that the case was not as strong as it had believed and our violent crime attorneys were able to secure a plea to involuntary manslaughter to include supervised probation.