Homicide Defense Attorneys in Los Angeles and throughout Southern California

Perhaps the most serious crime possible is the killing of another human. Long the subject of movies, television and literature, homicide and its violence permeates our society.

Homicide does not always mean murder, however. There are several instances where the willful death of another is not a crime. The most common defense is The Right to Self Protection. In these cases, if you are attacked by another person, you may commit homicide to protect yourself. Other instances of this defense are often seen in law enforcement. Should a police officer’s life be threatened, s/he has the right to kill the offender without it being viewed as a homicide.

Additionally, certain other cases can be effective defenses against a homicide charge. These include acts during wartime and innocence due to mental illness.

Homicide charges are serious and are among the most complicated trials to bring to conclusion. Since the penalty for homicide is the most severe possible, you need the experience of Hakimfar Law to find the most effective defense.

Although sentencing can be as harsh as incarceration for life and even the death penalty, there are several ways to lessen or dismiss charges of homicide.

Hakimfar Law brings experience in assisting clients like you to defend themselves from serious charges like homicide. Due to its complexity, the trial will include many opportunities to exploit poor police work, contradictory testimonies and several other ways to mitigate the severity of the charges.

For a free consultation to explore your legal options, submit your case online or call Hakimfar Law toll free at 800-276-6666 today.

Hakimfar Law


8746 Holloway Drive
West Hollywood, CA 90069


310.730.1250 phone
800.276.6666 toll-free
310.730.1252 fax

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