Violent Crimes Defense Lawyer
The category of violent crimes involves a wide variety of offenses ranging from simple assault to murder. A conviction on a violent crime charge, depending on the severity of the offense, can include fines, probation, jail, or even prison time. With so much on the line, it is important that you have the strongest possible representation in order to ensure that your rights are protected. Violent crime convictions can also cause:
- Loss of the right to possess or own a firearm
- Loss of the right to vote
- Loss of licenses from the State
- Many violent crimes are considered Strikes for future punishment.
An experienced criminal defense attorney can work on your behalf to get to the truth of the matter and see to it that your side of the story is told in court. At the Florida law office, I work diligently to protect your rights and do everything I can to see that you are not held accountable for a crime you did not commit. Stakes are high and the laws can be complex in this part of criminal law. You need an attorney who works exclusively in the criminal law field. Attorneys who work in both civil and criminal law are trying to make the most money out of both disciplines, and rarely gain or utilize the intricate knowledge gained by working in just one area. My practice is dedicated to criminal law so I can protect you from prosecution in the manner you deserve.
Preserving Your Rights and Your Freedom
With every case I take, I closely examine every piece of evidence that the prosecution has. I look at police reports, medical records and photos of the alleged victims, victim and witness statements and any other information about the case. I talk to every person involved in the case and look for evidence that supports your position or creates inconsistencies in the prosecution’s case and I use this information to your advantage at trial.
I have represented clients against a variety of violent crime charges, including:
- Homicide including murder and manslaughter
- Kidnapping and False Imprisonment
- Domestic violence
- Sexual assault and rape
- Gang Crimes
- Criminal or Terrorist Threats
- Resisting, delaying or obstructing a peace officer