Aggressive Defense Strategies For Those Accused Of Violent Crimes
Violent crimes refer to "crimes against a person." These types of criminal offenses include a range of criminal conduct that involves bodily harm, the threat of bodily harm, and other unwanted physical acts committed against an individual. Violent criminal offenses that include bodily harm include assault, battery, and domestic violence. Other offenses, such as harassment, kidnapping, and stalking also are similarly considered violent crimes in Florida.
If you have been accused of a crime of violence, you need the help of an experienced criminal defense attorney. The lawyers of Salnick & Fuchs, P.A. have over three decades of experience representing people charged with violent criminal conduct in Florida, and we will create a strong legal defense on your behalf.
If you are under investigation for committing a crime of violence, or have already been criminally charged, Salnick & Fuchs, P.A. can help.
We'll create an aggressive strategy to defend you against criminal charges and reach a favorable solution.
We'll prepare your case for trial and negotiate with prosecutors, ensuring you get the best results possible.
We operate in discretion to preserve your reputation after a criminal charge of a violent crime.
Robbery is a property crime, but the use of a deadly weapon also makes it a crime against the person and may carry more severe penalties.
Sexual assault, while generally classified as a sex crime, is also a crime of violence.
Kidnapping is the capture and captivity of an individual, sometimes with an intent to hold for ransom.
Harassment and stalking refer to a broad array behaviors that relate to specific criminal charges, including cyberstalking.
Assault occurs when someone physically strikes another, or puts another in fear of immediate harm through threatening acts.
Sometimes assault occurs in the heat of the moment, such as a bar fight. Regardless, the charges are the same in Florida.