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Step Mom Indicated in Death of Disabled NC Girl

The stepmother of a disabled North Carolina girl has been indicted on a murder charge in the girl’s death.   The stepmom has been charged with second degree murder.

Murder, of course, is one of the most serious crimes one can be charged with.   There is the possibility of spending the rest of one’s life in state prison without parole and under the worst circumstances the death penalty.   If ever it was important to have a highly trained, competent attorney, it would be now.

If you or a loved one is being charged with murder, call a Santa Clarita criminal defense lawyer immediately at the Law Offices of David M. Wallin for a free consultation. There is too much at stake to leave in the hands of the overworked and inexperienced. We have 50 plus years experience representing people charged with murder.   We have the knowledge and professionalism to protect your rights and make sure you get the best representation possible. We are the best criminal law firm covering the Antelope and Santa Clarita Valleys, Victorville, and all courts in Los Angeles County , Ventura County , and parts of Orange County and Kern County . Don't hesitate to contact the firm today.

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