Strong Defense Against Manslaughter Charges

The taking of a human life is always a serious crime, even when it is not premeditated. People who are charged with manslaughter are facing a prison sentence if they are convicted. It is critical that you speak with a lawyer immediately if you have been charged with manslaughter.

At Plumides, Romano, Johnson & Cacheris, PC, attorney Greg Plumides has been defending people in North Carolina for nearly 20 years. He has handled all types of serious and violent crime cases, including manslaughter, attempted murder and homicide. You can rely on his experience and his passion for criminal defense as well as his skill as a trial lawyer.

He is joined by criminal defense attorney John Cacheris, a permanent member of the 4th Circuit judicial conference and the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. He has received numerous awards and honors for his work, including the 10 Best Client Satisfaction Award from the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys.

Please call 704-323-7833 to schedule a consultation.

What Are You Accused Of?

North Carolina law defines manslaughter as a killing that occurred in the heat of passion or in response to provocation. It is not a planned or premeditated crime.

Manslaughter is a Class D felony with penalties that may include a minimum of 51 to 64 months in prison. Each case is unique, however. If you are convicted, your sentence will depend on the specifics of your case, including any mitigating factors or any prior criminal record you may have.

We can defend you against any type of manslaughter charge, including:

  • Vehicular manslaughter
  • Voluntary manslaughter
  • Gross negligence manslaughter

Attorney Plumides will thoroughly investigate the case against you, working with experts when appropriate. If there are mitigating factors, he will present them to the judge. Mitigating factors may reduce the length of your sentence.

Let's Discuss Your Case

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