Being convicted of any violent crime can have a serious impact on a person’s life. Violent felony convictions can make you a “violent predicate” for sentencing purposes in the future, subjecting you to additional sentencing time if you’re ever convicted of another felony.
In fact, even seemingly meaningless altercations such as a bar fight can carry jail time depending upon the circumstances. Because of the potentially severe consequences, it’s important that you speak with an experienced attorney as soon as possible to minimize the penalties.
At the Law Office of Michael A. Schillinger, Esq., I take an aggressive approach to defending my clients against all types of violent criminal charges, including domestic violence charges. If you have been charged with any type of violent crime, it’s important to speak with me as soon as possible. Witnesses and evidence can be lost or become unavailable over time. You also want an experienced defense attorney to represent you during any pre-trial matters, especially interrogations or line-ups, to ensure that your rights are protected.
Some of the penalties can include the following:
Do not take these charges lightly. Fight aggressively to make sure you avoid jail time and other serious consequences.
There are numerous violent criminal charges that include:
Call me today so that we can begin discussing the facts of your case and working on your defense. Getting ahead of the case can be critical in any criminal defense case. I offer free consultations, so there’s no financial risk in discussing your options. Call me today or fill out the online contact form.