There is no such thing as a minor violent crime. If you are facing violent crime charges of any sort, you are facing serious penalties, including incarceration, fines and collateral consequences. All of these can have a big impact on your life. We know that you are ready to get moving on a defense against these charges. We are here to help.
In violent crime cases, we have to consider the hard evidence against you. Was a weapon involved in the crime found? Was your DNA linked to the crime? Were there witnesses who identified you as a participant in the crime? These are only a sampling of the questions we must consider when we work on your case.
Once we have gone through the evidence against you, we can plan our approach. This has to be done on an individual basis. We know that just because something was successful in a similar case, it won't necessarily be successful in every case.
For some violent crime charges, we have to walk a thin line between proving that you aren't guilty and respecting the alleged victim. If your case goes to trial, you don't want to attack the victim because that might cause the jury to look down upon you.
We know that you might have some concerns about your defense, especially in the early stages. We can help you get answers to any questions you have and explain the available options. The more information you have now, the more points you have to consider as you make decisions about your case and the direction of your defense.