Marietta Violent Crimes Lawyer
OBTAIN REPRESENTATION FOR YOUR VIOLENT CRIME CASE
Being convicted of violent crimes such as rape, murder, assault or armed robbery carries heavy penalties including a mandatory 10-year prison sentence. Whatever the circumstances may be in your case, you deserve the best defense available to you. If you have been accused of committing violent crimes you need to speak to a Marietta criminal defense attorney at Blevins & Hong, P.C. to get a free consultation.
Our firm is dedicated to protecting the legal rights of each of our clients and providing them with the best legal representation they are entitled to receive. It is vital to protect your rights to have a lawyer present as early as possible. Local, state and federal prosecutors and judges treat violent crimes very seriously.
CATEGORIES OF CRIMES
If your crime is prosecuted at the federal level, your chances of being convicted are high. If you are convicted, we will continue to represent you by pursuing appeals or possible reduction of your sentence. There are many categories of violent crimes including:
The first action you should take if you are accused or arrested for a violent crime is to speak to an experienced criminal defense lawyer to protect your rights. We can and will establish all the possible resources available to effectively defend your case and will vigorously seek a reduction or dismissal of the charges against you.
To defend against such charges, it is common to need a great deal of research, investigation and preparation. Your lawyer supported by our entire firm is prepared to do whatever is necessary to protect your best interests. We will conduct our own investigation into the case against you and seek whatever evidence there may be to provide you with an effective and just defense. Contact a Marietta violent crime lawyer today!
CONTACT BLEVINS & HONG
191 Roswell Street, Marietta, GA 30060
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