Violent crimes are very serious. They can result in significant jail time, the issuance of no contact orders, the loss of the right to bear arms, the loss of the right to vote, and even the loss of child custody. For these reasons, if you are accused of a violent crime, it is in your best interest to speak to an experienced defense attorney right away. In particular, make sure you speak to a defense attorney before you speak to the police or the party making the accusation.
At our firm, we have significant experience with violent crimes, including assault in the first, second, and fourth degrees, assault with a deadly weapon, rape, arson, harassment (threatening violence), malicious mischief (property destruction), and unlawful possession of a firearm (which is treated as a violent crime, even if no violence actually takes place). If you are facing one of these charges or any other violent criminal charge, call today for a free consultation. We will help you come up with a plan to achieve the best result possible.