Richard Wynn, Esq.

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Wynn Law Group
Shoreline Square Building
301 E. Ocean Blvd. Suite 1700
Long Beach, CA 90802

Tel. (562) 590-3700


Have you been arrested? Discuss your case with an experienced criminal defense attorney prior to making a decision that may affect your future.

The key to a successful murder defense is mastery of the complexities of the legal definitions of intent. The difference between first, second-degree murder can mean the difference between life in prison and reduced time measured in years. An unintentional killing due to negligence or recklessness is generally defensible as manslaughter and carries far less severe penalties.

The question that can arise as a defense to criminal homicide is whether the defendant intentionally, knowingly or maliciously brought about the death. In addition to these states of mind, a person can also be charged and convicted of involuntary manslaughter if his or her state of mind reflects a disregard of the probable harmful effects of his or her acts. The law defines this as wanton or reckless conduct. Although the defendant has no actual intent to cause harm to another person, the simple intent to act with disregard for the high degree of likelihood that such harm will occur represents the legal equivalent of intentional conduct.

If you have been accused of murder, rape or a serious crime, you need an experienced lawyer. Get in touch with our experienced murder defense team now. Your inquiries are completely private and confidential. Call us at Wynn Law Group or submit your Free Evaluation and we will contact you.

When your future is on the line...Call Wynn Law Group for a free & confidential consultation at (562) 590-3700 or contact us on line.

Richard Wynn is admitted to practice law in all California State Court as well as the Central and Northern Districts of United States District Court.

      Wynn Law Group represents clients in Los Angeles County: Alhambra, Bellflower, Lakewood, Downey, El Monte, Beverly Hills, Compton, Culver City, Glendale, Huntington Park, Inglewood, Long Beach, Norwalk, Pasadena, Pomona, South Gate, Hawaiian Park San Pedro, Torrance; Orange County: Aliso Viejo, Mission Viejo, Irvine, Costa Mesa, Tustin, Stanton, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Santa Ana, San Clemente, Westminster, Anaheim, Fountain Valley, Orange, Cerritos, Buena Park, Garden Grove, Fullerton, Brea, Placentia, Yorba Linda; and Inland Empire: Riverside, San Bernardino, Ontario, Moreno Valley, Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, Corona, Palm Springs, Upland, Chino, Victorville, Redlands, Temecula, Indio, Colton, Highland, Murrieta, Palm Desert, Perris, Lake Elsinore, Norco, Banning, Beaumont, Woodcrest.

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