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Violent Crimes Attorneys in New Jersey
Protecting Your Rights, Freedom & Best Interests
In the state of New Jersey, violent crimes are considered the most severe violations of the law and can lead to serious legal repercussions. Any offense involving the threat or use of violence against another person can be categorized as a violent crime and anyone convicted is likely to be persecuted to the full extent of the law.
In order to protect your future and your freedoms, it is crucial that you act quickly to defend yourself against violent crime accusations by seeking the help of an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
Let Our Firm Help You
At Roberts & Teeter, our New Jersey violent crime lawyers understand that everyone has a story and every person has a reason for what they do. Our role as your attorneys and counselors is to investigate the state’s case and listen to your story in order to provide the best possible defense for your case.
Violent crimes convictions can lead to serious penalties, which is why we are committed to minimizing all charges, if at all possible.
Call us at (732) 607-5553 to schedule a free consultation with our violent crimes lawyers in New Jersey.
Types of Violent Crimes
Any act involving violence, or the threat of violence, against another person can fall under the category of violent crime. If convicted, the individual could lose their freedom, their right to own or carry a weapon, and could face other serious setbacks.
Our firm can help defend against the following violent crime charges:
- Armed robbery
- Death by automobile
Many of these crimes cover a variety of different offenses. For example, someone facing assault charges could be charged with simple assault, aggravated assault, or sexual assault, depending on the nature of the alleged crime. Additionally, a person accused of committing homicide could face charges for manslaughter, murder, or death by auto.
Laws regarding violent crimes can be extremely complex and defending such cases can be challenging. In order to preserve your rights, you need to work with an experienced criminal defense attorney with experience defending cases just like yours.
Choose Our Lawyers at Roberts & Teeter, LLC
Defending against violent crime charges can be extremely difficult, which is why it is imperative that your criminal defense lawyer knows which legal strategies to employ in order to defend your rights and freedoms.
We understand how difficult it can be to face criminal accusations, and we know what you stand to lose. If convicted of a violent crime, you could face imprisonment, hefty legal fines, mandatory community service, probation, and job limitations. To seek top-notch legal defense, turn to our skilled firm.
Contact Roberts & Teeter, LLC to discuss your case with our New Jersey criminal defense attorneys.
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