Homicide Defense Attorneys In St. Louis
If you have been charged with any degree of homicide in state or in federal court, you’ll need to have an experienced attorney scrutinizing and tearing apart the government’s case and building your defense. Richard Sindel and Travis Noble of Sindel Noble are criminal defense attorneys with proven records of defending against charges of homicide.
Our attorneys have helped clients beat state and federal charges for over 30 years. The firm is based in Missouri, and both Sindel and Noble are licensed or able to practice in federal and state courts throughout the U.S.
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We Defend Clients Facing Homicide Charges Such As:
- First-degree murder
- Felony murder
- Second-degree murder (intentional or unintentional)
- Voluntary and involuntary manslaughter
- Vehicular homicide
- Negligent homicide
Our attorneys are experienced in defending clients facing all types of homicide charges. We will listen to you, explain the fundamentals of the judicial system, conduct a full investigation, and prepare a strategy and defense that will be focused like a laser on securing your release and removing this terrible burden from you and your family.
About Homicide Charges
Beating homicide charges is no easy task. Our skilled and seasoned team of defense lawyers will review all the facts of your case and the evidence presented by the prosecution, and will exploit every deficiency to convince the jury that the government has failed in its obligation to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. We will attack every part of the prosecution’s case to create that doubt.
Each type of homicide charge is different, and the prosecution determines what charges to bring based on their assessment of your intentions, behavior and the context of the incident. The line between first-degree and second-degree murder is a thin one but the punishments for a conviction can vary from death to a term of 10 years. We will work tirelessly to prove your innocence and in some cases, we can help reduce the severity of the charges against you and reduce or remove your risk of imprisonment.
Contact Us: Your Life Is on the Line. Don’t Risk Going It Alone.
Our partners have defended clients in homicide cases across the country. Our vigorous representation has secured acquittals in high-profile cases and resulted in the exoneration of the wrongly accused. Our work has been recognized and acclaimed by the Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (MACDL), the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) and other legal organizations around the country.