Asserting a strong defense against allegations of a violent crime

On Behalf of | Dec 28, 2023 | Violent Crimes

Assault and battery might come to mind when hearing violent crime; however, this crime is expansive and includes vary degrees of severity. No matter the basis for a violent crime allegation, this is a serious situation that deserves serious action.

Much is at stake when being accused of a violent crime, which is why it is imperative to take immediate action. You need to know your rights and what steps you need to take to assert a strong and aggressive criminal defense.

Violent crime allegations

Violent crimes are severe offenses, and the legal team at Iacullo, Martino & Reinitz understands the serious consequences that follow a conviction. Thus, our experienced attorneys work diligently to fully understand the charges against our clients so we can use our expertise and knowledge to develop the strongest defense possible for them.

With over 45 years of combined criminal defense experience, our firm has handled a wide range of violent crime allegations. This includes assault and battery, aggravated assault, robbery, armed robbery, carjacking, home invasion, kidnapping, sexual assault, assault or death by automobile, weapons offense, manslaughter, murder and domestic violence.

Defense strategy

Because your freedom is on the line, it is important that you fully understand the charges you are facing, the details of the charges and what defense options you have. A legal professional will consider the validity of the arrest, discrepancies in witness statements, the motives of the victim and the possibility of self-defense. Depending on the situation at hand, you might have multiple options when asserting a defense.

Facing serious criminal charges is a serious and overwhelming matter. It can be challenging to navigate, especially when you feel lost and confused. A legal professional can help you better understand your rights and options, helping you make a well-informed decision when asserting a criminal defense.


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