Attleboro Violent Crimes Attorney
What Constitutes a Violent Crime?
Violent crimes are considered among the most egregious offenses and are often charged as felonies. A person commits a violent crime when they use or threaten violence against another person. If you were charged with such allegations, prosecutors will do everything they can to ensure you suffer the full consequences.
You need an aggressive and experienced advocate. Call the Attleboro violent crimes defense lawyer at the Law Office of James M. Caramanica, P.C. today for a free consultation about your charges.
Types of Violent Crimes in Massachusetts
Alleged crimes of violence involve a number of legal and factual issues that must be analyzed fully and completely. Violent crimes cover a broad range of offenses and may include:
- Aggravated assault and battery
- Assault and battery
- Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon
- Assault and battery on police officers, public employees, or correctional officers
- Attempted murder
- Motor vehicle homicide
- Home invasion
- Murder (1st degree, 2nd degree, felony murder, voluntary manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter)
- Resisting arrest
- Robbery, both armed and unarmed
- Witness intimidation
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Violent Crime Defense Strategies
Common defense strategies against violent crime accusations—such as self-defense or lack of criminal responsibility—must begin as soon as possible. An investigation into the allegations must be prompt and thorough because:
- Evidence may be lost or destroyed
- Memories of witnesses may fade over time
- Witnesses may move or relocate
How the Law Office of James M. Caramanica, P.C. Can Help You
The motivation of the alleged victim must be explored. Potential penalties for murder may involve state prison for life without the possibility of parole, and other violent crimes are punishable by up to life in state prison or up to two and a half years in a correctional facility.
At the Law Office of James M. Caramanica, P.C., we have the experience and proven track record to defend these serious charges. In order to provide zealous and thorough representation for our clients charged with violent offenses, our firm maintains relationships with a variety of other experts such as:
- Forensic experts
- DNA experts
- Mental health experts
- Cell phone and cell tower experts
- Medical experts
Schedule Your Free Legal Consultation Today
You should not face these devastating charges alone. Call the Law Office of James M. Caramanica, P.C. now to schedule a free consultation with our team. We’ll discuss your situation and form a plan to increase your chances of a reduced sentence.
Serving the Accused Throughout Fall River
Commonwealth v. J.F. Dismissed - Robbery and Conspiracy
Commonwealth v. O.A. Dismissed - Witness Intimidation
United States v. F.G. Granted Early Release - Drug Trafficking
Commonwealth v. T.D. Dismissed - Assault and Battery
Commonwealth v. D.B. Not Guilty - First Degree Murder
Commonwealth v. G.S. Not Guilty - Child Enticement
Commonwealth v. C.S. Not Guilty - Rape & Indecent Assault and Battery
Commonwealth v. J.S. Murder Reduced to Manslaughter
Commonwealth v. J.C. Not Guilty - OUI
Commonwealth v. D.W. Not Guilty -OUI 2nd Offense