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If you have are facing charges for a violent crime in the state of New York, you are facing an array of serious penalties, including large fines, jail time, community service hours, probation and other consequences associated with violent crimes that can be classified as either misdemeanor or felony. Depending upon the magnitude of your alleged violent crime, you may even be ordered to spend a lengthy duration of time in a New York state prison facility.
Have you or a loved one been arrested for a violent crime? Our Brooklyn criminal defense lawyers can help and will fight for your rights. Contact a Brooklyn criminal defense attorney today for more information.
Our criminal defense attorneys in Brooklyn represent clients facing different types of violent crimes, including but not limited to the following:

  • Voluntary manslaughter
  • Involuntary manslaughter
  • Rape
  • Child abuse
  • Criminal threats
  • Gang crimes
  • Vehicular manslaughter
  • Juvenile charges and violent crimes
  • Aggravated assault
  • Conspiracy
  • Burglary
  • Battery

If you have been arrested on charges of a violent crime, it is important not to represent yourself in court. Facing a prosecutor with your own defense and without legal representation has been confirmed to be an unsuccessful approach by many innocent individuals, particularly because those people who are innocent believe that their charges do not require the help of a criminal defense lawyer. Too many innocent people have been harshly sentenced and convicted because the aggressive prosecutors and juries will take any remark as an indication of guilt, which will then lead to a guilty verdict—even if that person did not commit the violent crime that he or she is being accused of committing.

Are you or someone you know facing criminal charges for a violent crime? Our Brooklyn criminal defense attorneys are here to help defend the charges that have been brought against you. Don’t delay; contact a Brooklyn criminal defense lawyer as quickly as possible to learn more about obtaining legal representation for your case.

Did you know?
Those accused of violent crimes have the same prerogatives as any other criminal defendant,
including the right to a jury trial, the right to retain a lawyer, the right against self-incrimination, the right to cross-examine witnesses, and the prerogative to produce evidence