Minneapolis Murder/Manslaughter/CVO Lawyers

Actions resulting in the death of another may bring charges of homicide in Minnesota. The categories of homicide in Minnesota are Murder, Manslaughter and Criminal Vehicular Operation Resulting in Death. There are numerous factors involved when a charging decision is made as to the category of the charge itself, the degree of that charge and the subsequent sentence if convicted. If a dangerous weapon or firearm is used, possessed or brandished during the commission of Murder or Manslaughter, the State will likely seek a mandatory minimum prison commitment. In some instances, Murder may be charged even if the actor did not intend to kill the victim.

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Homicide is the most serious class of offenses in Minnesota and it is vital that the accused have aggressive and competent representation. Call Kinsella and Foley Defense now at (651) 341-5367 for a free consultation.