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Violent offenses involve a person causing bodily injuries or threat of harm to another person. Acts such as throwing objects at another person or getting into a physical altercation can be charged as a violent felony.
When you are facing a violent crime charge, the Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld in West Palm Beach can work hard to defend you and your future. We have a well-rounded understanding of how prosecutors investigate and charge violent crimes, as well as the mitigating and aggravating factors that they consider. Our team can push for a dismissal when possible, then proceed towards a trial or a favorable plea bargain that minimizes any collateral effects on your life. We always keep in mind your best interests because we care about your future.
Violent crimes are prosecuted aggressively and can carry serious penalties, including:
Some violent crimes are also not eligible for expungement, which means that you may have to live with the charge on your record permanently. Don't take these charges lightly. Always make sure you work with a qualified violent crime attorney from the very start of your case.
We work tirelessly to find the best possible outcome for each client. From carefully analyzing evidence to finding holes in the prosecutor's case, we consider all of the details that can make or break a case. We are diligent, dedicated, and ready to fight for our clients.
When you need aggressive defense, turn to our trusted advocates. We're here for you 24/7 for your free consultation.
Let's discuss your charges and how we can help you: (561) 475-5550.
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