Violent Crimes are a grouping of criminal charges in which the accused uses, threatens or infers violent force upon the victim. Violent crimes include assault with a deadly weapon, serious spousal abuse, carjacking, kidnapping, robbery, manslaughter, sex crimes, etc. Violent crimes are almost always felony charges. Violent crimes can result in very serious convictions and punishments, requiring an aggressive defense lawyer. Homicides are the most serious violent crimes.
More serious violent crimes such as homicide and manslaughter may result in long prison terms, life imprisonment or even a death sentence. Assault with a deadly weapon, spousal abuse, carjacking, robbery, and other such crimes can result in long prison sentences, depending on the seriousness of the violent crime and the injuries it caused to victims.
Violent crimes are very serious and carry very severe legal consequences. A violent crime conviction can lead to life imprisonment. This is why you need an experienced criminal lawyer to fight for you. An attorney can provide you with options and negotiate jail time before a judge and jury.
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