Alabama woman facing criminal charges after alleged shooting

On Behalf of | Aug 1, 2017 | Personal Injury Law |

As the majority of people know, serious allegations can come with severe consequences if convictions take place. Of course, individuals have the ability and right to defend against any criminal charges brought against them. The manner in which they may choose to approach their defenses will likely depend on the circumstances of their individual cases.

One woman in Alabama is certainly hoping to deal with her case in a meaningful way after charges were recently brought against her. Reports stated that the woman stands accused of first degree murder after allegedly shooting another woman. The two were reportedly traveling in a vehicle together when they stopped at a gas station. There were apparently no signs of a verbal or physical fight between the two women before the purported shooting.

The driver of the car allegedly got out of the vehicle and went to the passenger side where reports state that she shot the 22-year-old passenger. Police arrived at the scene, and the young woman was declared dead. The 30-year-old suspect was taken into custody and was still being held on a $150,000 bond at the time of the report.

The criminal charges brought against the Alabama woman may have her reeling. She may also wonder how these allegations will affect her and how she could potentially work to defend against the accusations. Luckily, she could take advantage of local reliable legal resources in hopes of obtaining information on her legal options. Other individuals facing similar predicaments may wish to consult with experienced attorneys to gain additional insight.

Source:, “Prichard woman accused of killing Mobile woman in central Alabama“, Keith Lane, July 25, 2017


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