Oppenheimer Firm

Chicago’s Nationally Recognized Civil Rights And Criminal Defense Firm

Facing Involuntary Manslaughter Charges? Begin Protecting Your Rights And Your Future Today.

If you have been charged with involuntary manslaughter, the prosecution is alleging that your recklessness resulted in the accidental death of another. The penalties you are facing are significant and could result in up to five years in a state penitentiary. Aggravating factors can increase potential penalties. For example, if the person who died because of your alleged recklessness was a peace officer, it is a Class 2 felony. If the death involved family or a household member, you could be facing up to 14 years in prison.

With Us, Your Voice Will Be Heard And Your Rights Protected

Involuntary manslaughter charges are complex. At The Oppenheimer Firm, our lawyers have been successfully representing clients accused of involuntary manslaughter, murder and reckless homicide for decades. We have a depth and breadth of knowledge few Chicago law firms can match.

We have obtained significant “not-guilty” verdicts in numerous cases, many of which other law firms would not take. Our founder, Michael Oppenheimer, has been named among National Trial Lawyers’ Top 100 litigators for his dedication and creative legal strategies that have proven successful at trial.

We Fight For You

Our firm was founded on the principle that all criminal defendants deserve outstanding representation. That means we are always ready to go to court and aggressively defend your rights and constitutional protections throughout your case. We force the prosecution to prove every element of its case beyond a reasonable doubt. Because our lawyers have been achieving results for clients for decades in Chicago and throughout northern Illinois, we believe our approach is the right one.

No Case Is Too Complex. Call Us For A Free Consultation.

Our nationally recognized trial lawyers take on cases other law firms won’t — with successful outcomes. We offer free initial consultations. Call us at 312-757-2232 or reach us online. You can begin protecting your rights and your future today.