Violent crime is a category that describes criminal acts involving violence, whether that violence is actual or threatened. There are various types of violent crimes that are categorized primarily by intent. In some circumstances, violent crimes are committed with an intended victim in mind, such as in cases of:
Other crimes are committed during the commission of another illegal offense. Individuals who are charged with a violent crime of any type will need to obtain aggressive and experienced representation from our Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer. At The Karpel Law Group, we have a strong track record of providing our clients with the legal guidance they need and deserve.
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We have proven success in all types of violent crime cases. Some of the recent case successes that we have had are:
According to a report by City-Data.com, the city of Los Angeles, California has received a score of 33, with 100 being the safest. With the high rate of crime in this area, you can expect your case to be prosecuted aggressively. Prosecuting attorneys are known for building their reputations on violent crime convictions. It is imperative that you take immediate action to safeguard your freedom and future. If you are convicted of a violent crime, you can expect a long prison sentence and hefty fines. Some of the most common types of violent crimes include:
California's Three Strikes Law sets guidelines for sentencing of repeat offenders. For example, felons who are found guilty of a third serious crime can be locked up for 25 years to life. Many violent crimes fall under the category of felonies subject to the Three Strikes Law, and therefore, a conviction of such crimes can have serious consequences on a person's life. After conducting a free case evaluation with you, we can get to work fighting for your rights. Our legal team is prepared to help you navigate your case and obtain the best possible result.
Contact our firm today if you have been arrested for a violent crime!