First Degree Intentional Homicide in Wisconsin
The most serious homicide offense in Wisconsin is first-degree intentional homicide. It is considered a Class A felony and carries a sentence of life in prison. Second-degree intentional homicide is considered a Class B felony in Wisconsin and promises a maximum prison sentence of 60 years. For most individuals however, a 60 year sentence is the equivalent to a life in prison.
The lawyers of Martinez & Ruby LLP have an extensive and consistent history of obtaining acquittals for clients charged with a wide range of felony crimes, or getting charges dismissed outright. Each of our attorneys has successfully won not guilty verdicts at jury trials for charges of 1st degree intentional homicide. In order to avoid life in prison and a ruined reputation, you must contact Martinez & Ruby LLP. It is important to retain a seasoned attorney who will protect your rights, when so much is at stake.