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Protecting The Rights Of Those Facing Murder Charges

Murder is obviously one of the most severe crimes. However, our attorneys have many years of experience handling various murder cases, and we are prepared to build a strong case in your favor.

At Kalamarides & Lambert, our team is known for taking on violent crimes like murder, assault and sex offenses. Having defended many individuals charged with such offenses, we know how to evaluate and defend your case. We will fight aggressively to defend you against these charges. From our office in Anchorage, we represent clients throughout the state of Alaska.

If you have been charged with murder, do not delay a conversation with a criminal defense attorney. Schedule a free consultation at Kalamarides & Lambert by calling 907-205-4997..

We Have The Experience You Need

Murder convictions come with lengthy prison sentences. When you are facing a murder charge, you want a lawyer who is prepared to fight for your life both knowledgeably and tenaciously. Our team has the legal experience you are looking for. Our lawyers bring a unique set of skills to the table, allowing us to draw from each other’s understanding to build you the strongest possible defense.

When you come to our firm for your initial consultation, you will likely work with attorney Andrew Lambert who is widely trusted for his criminal defense experience. He has been featured on forensic and investigative television shows, “Dateline” and “Forensic Files,” as well as interviewed on radio. Additionally, he holds 37 years of trial experience, defending clients charged with severe crimes, including homicide. You can search his name online to find news articles on some of the murder cases he has handled. All three of our attorneys hold extensive trial experience, and are ready to put up an aggressive fight for you in court.

Take Note Of A Possible Investigation

Not all murder charges are followed by an immediate arrest. The police may choose to keep you out of jail for now as they proceed to gather evidence in support of your charge. This usually means that they may reach out to your personal network, including friends, co-workers and family members.

Although you have not yet been arrested, it is possible that you are under investigation, and you should be aware of whom you communicate with. Police conducting criminal investigations may be recording your everyday conversations without your knowledge. Our team can help you determine what steps to take so that you do not experience unnecessary problems as your case progresses.

Let Us Fight For You

Discuss the details of your case with one of our skilled criminal defense lawyers in a confidential setting. Secure your free initial consultation today by calling 907-205-4997 or completing our online intake form.