Violent crimes are those that threaten to use force or actually result in using force against others. Due to the aggressive nature of these crimes, they can result in serious injuries or death to alleged victims. That means courts will often seek maximum penalties for offenders.
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These can include:
- Simple assault
- Aggravated assault
- Sexual assault and other sex crimes involving force or threatened force
- Domestic violence
- Weapons charges
- Juvenile crimes involving assault, weapons charges, sexual assault
- Carjacking (auto theft by force or threat of force)
- Armed robbery
- Home invasion (burglary of a habitation)
A conviction for a violent crime can have a huge impact on your life, your family, your job or career, and your future. Besides prison sentences, you may be ordered to pay hefty court fines as well as restitution to the alleged victim. Depending on the type of crime, you may be named in a protective order barring you from contact with your family which can lead to the loss of your child custody rights. Convicted felons also lose their right to own firearms and may find themselves unable to gain employment, housing, advanced education, and professional licenses based on their criminal records.
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Our firm engages in timely and thorough investigations into your charges, including an evaluation of police officer conduct, on-site investigations, interviews with key witnesses, and an examination of all alleged evidence in search of human errors by law enforcement and investigators. We provide fact-based supportive evidence on your behalf through a meticulous attention to detail. We do not hesitate to take your case to trial for exoneration and dismissal. As a former judge, our attorney knows what to do and say to maximize your chances of a dismissal.
Get proven legal counsel if you are being investigated for or have been charged with a violent crime. Avoid making inadvertent mistakes that can harm your case by contacting us at (281) 417-3117 or online as soon as possible.