Violent Crimes Defense
Being accused of a violent crime is a very serious matter. Violent crimes, unlike many other offenses, usually call for some form of incarceration if you are convicted. Like other crimes, violent crimes very often are defensible.
Defenses such as identification, alibi, and self defense should always be considered. If you are accused of a violent crime, you need an excellent criminal defense attorney on your side.
Pleading guilty to a serious felony involving a violent crime is a risky business. Judges are usually more inclined to sentence somebody to a longer term of jail or prison if they are convicted of a violent crime.
When you call Mitch Foster Law you will be speaking to an experienced criminal defense trial attorney. When your liberty is at stake you need to hire the best attorney you can afford.
Some Violent Crimes include the following:
- Domestic Violence
- Assault and Battery
- Assaulting, Resisting, or Obstructing a Police Officer
- Assaulting a Prison Employee
- Felonious Assault
- Aggravated Assault
- Assault with Intent to do Great Bodily Harm
- Assault with Intent to Murder
- Home Invasion
- Armed Robbery
- Unarmed Robbery
- Car Jacking
- Criminal Sexual Conduct
- False Imprisonment
If you are accused of one of these or any other violent crime, contact Mitch Foster as soon as possible to discuss ways to win your case.