Tarrant County Homicide Defense Lawyers
Even in cases where evidence exists connecting the accused to a murder, convicting someone for homicide is not a straightforward, simple matter. Typically, the seriousness of the charge will depend on whether the prosecutor believes the accused intended to kill the victim, whether the crime was planned, and whether enough physical evidence exists to link the accused to the actual crime itself. As such, the prosecution must establish the accused's mental state, motive, and physical action to accomplish the crime. Failure to establish any one of these factors will result in acquittal or a reduction in charges.
At the law office of Muller & Sommerville, our attorneys work with forensic specialists, lab technicians, weapons experts, toxicologists, hair and fiber analysts, and others in challenging the evidence against our client. We identify improperly secured crime scenes, the mishandling of evidence, and leads and suspects investigators failed to fully investigate.
If you are facing murder charges, contact homicide defense attorneys at the law office of Muller & Sommerville today. We provide free, confidential consultations protected by the attorney-client privilege.
Facing Murder Charges
The law office of Muller & Sommerville represents clients charged with the following:
Successfully Handling Death Penalty Cases
When the crime is serious and your life is literally on the line, you need lawyers who focus entirely on criminal defense, lawyers who have a history of success defending clients facing the death penalty. Lawyers at Muller & Sommerville, P.A., are the lawyers. They have extensive experience defending people from accusations of serious crimes that could result in the death penalty. Mr. Muller has served as an advisor for other lawyers defending death penalty cases, and is experienced in pretrial, trial, and posttrial proceedings in death penalty cases. Attorney Chandler Muller is also a former director of the Texas Volunteer Legal Resource Center (VLRC), providing analysis of federal constitutional issues for Texas lawyers defending capital crimes.
Contact Muller & Sommerville, P.A., at (817) 515-6800
If you are being investigated for, or have been charged with homicide, contact us by calling (817) 515-6800. Initial consultations are always free and confidential, and we accept major credit cards in payment for our legal services.