Criminal Defense Attorneys For Violent Crimes
A violent crime occurs when an offender uses or threatens to use violence against another person. If you have been accused of committing a violent crime like robbery, battery or assault, there is a lot at stake. Our criminal defense attorneys at Bauer, Crider, Kindel and Parry, have over 100 years of combined experience in criminal law serving the greater Tampa community. You can turn to us when you need an experienced legal representative.
Crimes Against People: Violent Crime In Florida
Violent crimes are considered crimes against people, as they are crimes that threaten or inflict harm on another person. Violent crimes can include a wide range of charges that range in severity from a misdemeanor to felonies, depending on the facts and circumstances of the situation. These include:
- Physical assault and battery
- Domestic assault, kidnapping and violence
- Robbery and carjacking
- Rape, sexual assault and sexual battery
- Homicide, including first and second-degree murder
Violent crimes can also be charged in the juvenile court system if the accused is a minor and falls under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court. The sentences following a conviction for a violent crime can be severe, forcing you to give up your freedom, family and reputation. Violent crimes can be investigated and charged in state or federal court. With a wide-depth of experience across all aspects of criminal law, our defense attorneys have successfully handled complicated cases on behalf of clients in local, state and federal courts.
Contact A Criminal Defense Attorney For A Free Consultation
Our criminal defense attorneys offer an initial consultation appointment, free of charge. During this appointment, they will discuss the facts of your case so that they can better understand your situation. Our lawyers will also tell you more about how they can help defend you against the criminal charges you are facing. To schedule your free consultation, call our office at 727-275-9822 or reach us online using our online form.