Michigan Violent Crime Lawyer
Violent crime charges are taken seriously by law enforcement and prosecution. A criminal charge does not need to involve acts of violence, but when it does, the penalties will often be more severe. Violent crimes can pertain to a number of criminal activities that are violent in nature and when violence is involved, they can be increased in their sentencing. Some examples are assault and battery,
domestic violence, robbery, carjacking,
murder/manslaughter, along with other illegal activity that can land a perpetrator behind bars.
Convictions of Violent Crimes
Both juveniles and adults may face accusations of violent crimes and if they are convicted they can face high fines, court fees, possible jail or prison time, community service, license suspension, educational programs, probation and more. A minor may be tried as an adult in some situations, and this can cause them to suffer the same penalties an adult would. A violent crime will always be a challenging charge to face, but with certain aggravating factors, such as the use of a weapon, the negative impact will be increased. Crime is always a problem in society and the justice system imposes various penalties upon those they view as guilty under the law. Whether a violent crime is considered a misdemeanor or a felony will change the sentencing.
Make no mistake; your freedom is on the line. You will need to do whatever you can to help ensure you do not face imprisonment as well as other serious criminal penalties. Let a Michigan criminal defense lawyer at Freedman Law Group review your case and determine what we can do to help you. Should you decide to retain the services of our firm, we will launch a full investigation into your charges in order to uncover evidence or violations of your constitutional rights that will work to sway the case in your favor.
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