Murder Attorney Dayton, OH
Serious Defense Solutions for Serious Charges
Being accused of murder is undoubtedly one of the most serious charges a person can face. If you are currently under investigation for murder, L. Patrick Mulligan & Associates, LLC is here for you. During our more than 50 years of combined experience, we have handled thousands of cases, including those involving murder. The penalties for murder include the death penalty or life in prison without parole. Should you choose to be represented by one of our murder lawyers in Dayton or Cincinnati, we will work relentlessly toward achieving the most favorable outcome possible.
Murder Charges in Ohio
Murder charges are separated into the following two categories:
- First-degree murder or aggravated murder - Murder was committed with malice and forethought
- Second-degree murder - Murder was committed with no planning or was committed during another felony, such as vehicular manslaughter
Time is of the essence: Get started with a free case evaluation by calling our Dayton murder defense attorneys at (937) 685-7006. We serves clients in Hamilton, Brown, Allen, Clermont, Warren, Montgomery, and Butler counties.
Aggressively Protecting Your Rights, from Start to Finish.
Our firm is proud to have an established reputation for being staunch defenders of the rights of accused individuals. Our legal team relies on the expert knowledge and guidance of Attorney L. Patrick Mulligan, who is a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. As a former prosecutor, he knows how to create strategies that are results-driven and client-focused. We are aggressive when protecting the rights of our clients, especially inside a courtroom of law.
Turn to L. Patrick Mulligan & Associates, LLC for Murder Defense!
Whether you are facing murder charges in Dayton or in Cincinnati, our firm is ready and willing to take control of this stressful situation on your behalf. We will carefully analyze all the evidence being used against you, including witness testimonies. We may be able to prove that your actions were out of self-defense. No rock will be left unturned in your defense.