A Ralls County Missouri woman faces three felony charges in her connection with the death of a 47 year old woman also from Ralls County.
Allegedly the defendant delivered heroin to the home of the woman, and in the perpetuation of the felony, the woman was killed by heroin overdose. As a result, the accused woman is being charged with I Delivery of a controlled substance, a Class B felony; II Involuntary manslaughter in the first degree, a Class C felony; and III Murder in the second degree, a Class A felony.
If you or someone you love is being charged with serious crimes such as these. You need an aggressive attorney to represent you boldly. Laws regarding the distribution of drugs and death(s) as a result of those drugs are complicated. You need an attorney with experience in handling and winning these types of cases. A quality St. Louis Criminal Defense Lawyer may be able to help you get charges dropped.
Source: Hannibal Courier-Post, “Schalk facing felony murder in the second degree charge”, Mary Lou Montgomery, January 8, 2014