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Facing Murder Charges

Penalties for Murder Cases

Murder is one of the most serious crimes a person can be charged with. Murder can be defined as causing the death of another with the intent to kill that person, or recklessly acting in such a way that creates an extreme risk of death to another, and thereby causes their death. The Alband Law firm was started by a former Tarrant County Felony Prosecutor.

Mr. Alband has tried over 100 cases in front of a jury. As an attorney, he has the knowledge and the skill to put together the strong defense you will need if you have been accused of murder.

Our firm represents all types of homicide (the killing of one person by another) charges:

  • First degree murder
  • Capital murder ( carries the death penalty)
  • Manslaughter
  • Second degree murder
  • Third degree murder
  • Vehicular manslaughter
  • Intoxication Manslaughter
  • Negligent homicide

If you are convicted of murder you are likely to be looking at a very long sentence, life in prison or even death. Since 1819, Texas has executed more people than any other state, with 1212 executions as of July 2010.

A Strong Defense for Your Case

When you have been charged with murder it is crucial to you case that the investigation is done quickly and thoroughly. Our criminal defense team has the knowhow and resources to swiftly revisit the crime scene, interview witnesses and review evidence. We understand the possible defenses that may be used in your case; self-defense, mistaken identity, duress, defense of a third person, necessity, insanity.

If you have been charged with murder you should secure the services of an attorney as soon as possible. Our firm is committed to aggressively defending your legal rights.

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