Arrested for a Violent Crime in Sonoma County?
Santa Rosa Violent Crime Lawyer: (707) 418-5352
One of the most serious types of crimes that you can be accused of is a violent crime, which carries severe legal consequences. Without a knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense attorney on your side, you are putting your freedom and future in the hands of law enforcement, the jury, and the judge. If you or a loved one has been arrested for a violent crime, it is vital that you take quick action to hire a skilled Santa Rosa violent crime attorney.
Why Choose Our Violent Crime Attorney?
- 2015 list of Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠
- Aggressive, client-focused defense
- 1,000s of criminal cases and proven results
- Available 24/7 to answer your calls
At the Law Offices of Evan E. Zelig, we are dedicated to providing our clients with aggressive, high-quality representation. Every case matters to us, which is why we take the time to get to know you and your goals in order to better serve your legal needs. Get the most up-to-date defense strategies and our in-depth knowledge of criminal law on your side. Whether you have been charged with assault and battery or homicide, you can call us 24/7 for trusted counsel.
Schedule a FREE evaluation of your charges and possible defenses today.
Understanding Your Violent Crime Charge
Violent crimes are characterized as criminal acts involving the use or threat of violence. In most cases, in order for a criminal act to be charged as a violent crime, there must be serious physical harm, aggression, or malicious intent involved. If no one was hurt, you can still be charged for a violent crime, if there is evidence that you were attempting to cause harm to another person. This is why serious property destruction like arson is often considered a violent crime.
Our criminal defense lawyer has handled a wide variety of violent crime cases, including:
- Violent sex crimes
- Armed robbery
We cannot overstate how important it is to retain an attorney immediately the moment you are arrested. Law enforcement officials and prosecutors are working hard to build a case against you. You need an attorney to get started working on your case too.
Our lawyer takes calls 24/7. Feel free to contact us at (707) 418-5352 to learn more.