Fairbanks Violent Crimes Defense Lawyer
Defending from Violent Crime Charges in Alaska & Washington
Being convicted with a violent crime can affect an individual’s future and freedom. If you have been charged with a violent crime, you are entitled to protect your rights with the help of a Fairbanks violent crimes defense attorney. At Spaulding Law P.C., I provide my clients with guidance and advocacy built on a decade of trial experience—earned both in Alaska and in the lower 48.
As a former prosecutor, I know what your case hinges on. When people want someone to guide them through the toughest charges they’ll ever face, they call me. I know how overwhelming life is right now—let me defend your rights.
How many years is manslaughter in Alaska?
The number of years you will receive for committing manslaughter in Alaska is up to 20 years. You can also face fines of up to $250,000. In Alaska, there is no involuntary manslaughter statute instead there is criminally negligent homicide which is when a person acts in a negligent manner and causes the death of another person. Criminal negligent homicide is considered a Class B Felony can lead to penalties such as facing up to 10 years in prison and being fined up to $100,000.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF VIOLENT CRIMES & PENALTIES?
Violent crimes typically result in penalties that can affect your freedom and your future. For example, an unclassified crime of attempt murder and sexual assault may be punishable for 20 years in prison or more. Regardless of the crimes you are accused of, you have the right to obtain the defense of an experienced attorney who can help you get the best possible results for your case.
There are a variety of violent crimes that an individual can be accused of, including:
- Child Abuse
- Domestic Violence
- Felony Murder
- Gun Violence
- Negligent Homicide
- Rape and Sexual Violence
If you were charged with any of the offenses listed above, you may face severe penalties under Alaska law, including large fees and lengthy sentences. You are entitled to defend against your charges, challenge the state’s evidence, and build a strong defense with the help of an violence crimes attorney. An experienced lawyer may be able to dismiss, reduce, or acquit you of your violent crime charges.
Supporting Your Side of the Story
Simply getting into a fight or argument doesn’t mean you have committed a crime. If you have been accused of a violent crime, there are ways to protect your future—but you need to make the right moves.
Why Choose Us?
- As a former prosecutor, I know how the state plans on proving their case.
- As your advocate, I can fight to make sure they’re challenged at every step.
- I have handled hundreds of cases over two decades of trial practice.
- I provide every client with the individual attention to ensure that their case gets the expertise they require. When the future is on the line, people call Spaulding Law P.C.
I am available 24/7—contact me today for a free case review at (907) 312-1300!