When prosecutors file murder charges, it means that they believe they can prove that the accused 1) intended to kill the victim and 2) premeditated to do so. Obviously there are different types of murder charges indicating differing degrees of these two factors, but all murder cases are quite serious and could potentially put you in prison for the rest of your life. In some cases, a murder conviction can result in capital punishment.
Your entire life is at stake when accused of committing murder. That’s why our Salt Lake City murder attorney Paul Grant dedicates much of his practice to the defense of offenders just like you. Our office handles cases involving all murder charges, including first-degree murder.
If you have any inquiries about our process or need legal help with any criminal litigation, contact our office today.