Think about the defenses you might use for a violent crime charge

All violent crimes must be defended against with a serious defense that is personalized to the case. You can’t walk into a courtroom to fight a rape charge without having a strategy in place. We can help you find the strategies that might work for your case.

One thing that some people fail to think about when they think about violent crime charges is that these charges come with serious stigmas in the world. If you are convicted of a violent crime, you might find that your opportunities in life are restricted based on that conviction.

We know that you probably realize that you are facing prison for the crimes. The impact that the conviction has on your life doesn’t stop there. You are also facing lifelong labels that can stop you from living life how you want to live.

If you are convicted, you are branded as a felon. This means that opportunities to run for public office, own a gun or live in certain rental properties are likely limited. It also means that you might not be able to travel beyond the borders of the United States.

While there isn’t ever a guarantee that your defense will end with a not guilty finding, it can work to keep the penalties that you do face to a minimum. This is why it is necessary for you to think about all of the options that you have for a defense. You might be surprised at how different options can impact your case. We will help you work through each option so that you can choose the defense strategy that you are ready to use.

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