Murder, manslaughter and homicide are terms you may have heard in regard to the loss of a person's life in California. Findlaw notes that killing any person unlawfully is homicide if the victim dies within three years and a day of the act.
In California, if you are charged with a violent crime, the potential for serious repercussions upon conviction is high. Felonies may result in one or more years in prison, and they often come with much longer sentences. We at the team at Eric D. Davis, Attorney at Law, often help clients develop a strong defense based on the factors of their case.