Las Vegas Violent Crimes Defense Attorney

Violent crime often involves the use of extreme force upon the victim, often with a weapon. The violent act is threatened upon the victim and when the victim does not comply, the threatening individual(s) may follow through with:

No matter what the violent crime you have been charged with, you will find experienced and knowledgeable legal counsel in our offices. We have experience dealing with crimes of violence and we can help you. The important thing is to contact our office at the earliest time. This will allow us to question the authorities and to delve into the details of the case immediately, before false “facts” abound.

Violent Crimes Attorney – How We Can Help You

No matter what violent crime you may have been accused of, it is essential to note that you still have a slew of legal rights to protect you:

  • Due Process – this mean that the state has a duty to comply with specific legal processes assured by the United States Constitution
  • The Constitution, in the Fifth Amendment, states that no man shall be “deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law.”
  • What this means is that the government has a duty to play “fairly” and according to the law – no matter how obvious your guilt may appear to others.

There are many other legal rights that you have. Contact our office to discuss this before you say anything to anyone; never admit your guilt or participation in an illegal event without first consulting your attorney. Your attorney will speak for you.

Free Consultation with a Las Vegas Violent Crimes Criminal Defense Attorney

A criminal defense attorney who handles violent crimes has the knowledge and experience that is required to obtain the best possible results in your case. Whether seeking an adequate, agreeable (to you) plea bargain, or pleading not guilty in a court of law before judge and jury, your defense attorney will do everything in their power on your behalf. Your potential freedom is the goal. Or, your attorney may seek an alternative sentence, resulting in fewer years of incarceration. They make seek or parole or supervised probation. Whatever your particular offense is, it is wise to make sure you have the legal counsel of an experienced attorney who will aggressively fight on your behalf. We are available for complimentary consultations, so do not hesitate to contact us as soon as possible.