Defending Against Murder And Violent Crime Charges
Mention The Law Offices of L. Morgan Martin around Myrtle Beach, and people think of the murder cases we have been part of:
- A Conway man charged with the murder of his girlfriend had the charge reduced to involuntary manslaughter. He pleaded guilty to the lower charge and was placed on probation for three years.
- The notorious 1992 murder trial of Ken Register for the murder of Crystal Todd. Register was spared the death penalty.
- The case of an Ohio man found not guilty of shaking his infant daughter to death.
- A Loris physician charged with murdering his wife had the charge reduced to voluntary manslaughter.
In each of these tragic cases, the accused had little hope of escaping maximum punishment. Choosing an attorney who had experience with serious criminal charges brought each of them the most positive outcome that could be expected.
A Proven Track Record Against The Most Serious Of Charges
Our firm has taken over 75 felony criminal defense trials to verdict. Along the way we have also negotiated numerous satisfactory plea agreements. Two of these cases were made into books and made for television movies.
If you have been arrested for a serious crime, you are probably in pretty bad shape. We invite you to call our office to discuss your case. There is always something that can be done to prevent a worst-case situation. Whether it is dismissal, reduction in charges, obtaining a not guilty verdict or obtaining punishment that is thoughtful instead of vengeful, you need a lawyer who has been down this road many times, and helped people in even bigger trouble than you.
Fight Serious Charges With Efficient Legal Action
Charged with a serious violent crime? For the best outcome, call on legal experience. Morgan Martin has helped individuals in the worst possible legal circumstances, and he can help you. Call the Myrtle Beach defense attorneys at The Law Offices of L. Morgan Martin at 843-484-0993, toll free at 800-506-0311 — or write to us using this convenient web form.