Murder / Manslaughter

Police Line Do Not CrossWe have a highly trained professional team of lawyers with a wealth of experience in dealing with the most serious of cases.

You need a lawyer you can trust to achieve the best possible outcome for you.

Emotions run very high in these cases and the victim’s friends and family usually attend court. There is often significant press involvement.

Your case needs careful preparation and sensitive handling.

Morton’s solicitors will ensure that you have a team of highly experienced and skilled lawyers working on your case. We will leave no stone unturned. We will fight your corner and protect you from an injustice.

We work with the country’s leading expert barristers, Queen’s Counsel (QCs) and forensic scientists in order to challenge the case against you.

Successfully defending an allegation of murder or manslaughter involves:-

• Detailed expert analysis of the evidence and any unused prosecution material

• The use of forensic scientists, who specialise in, fingerprints, DNA, Blood spatter, ballistics, cell site analysis, technological interrogations, etc.

• The use of medical experts who specialise in causation of injuries, psychiatry, psychology

• Preparing detailed plans, diagrams and photographs of the scene

• Site visits

• Meteorological reports

• Preparing defence witness statements

• Exploration of defences such as diminished responsibility and provocation

We have a proven track record at successfully defending both murder and manslaughter cases.

Morton’s Solicitors can advise you and provide expert representation. Call us now for immediate advice.

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