Violent Crime Defense Lawyer
When you have been accused of committing a violent crime, you are at risk of severe prison sentences, particularly if you have other convictions on your criminal record. One of the major risks of being convicted of a violent crime is that it counts as a strike under California's three strikes law. At the Law Offices of Frederick R. Remer, our criminal defense attorney is committed to defending the rights of the accused. We fight to protect the rights of our clients, no matter what is in the police report.
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We have successfully defended clients facing all types of violent crime charges, including:
- Assault with a deadly weapon
- Terrorist threat
- Murder, attempted murder, and voluntary manslaughter.
We also counsel clients on the effect of pleading guilty to a violent crime to avoid the possibility of jail time. Clients almost never realize that even though the crime is not viewed as an actual conviction, it is still generally counted as a strike (for purposes of the three strikes rule) that stays on their record for the rest of their lives.
Our criminal defense attorney has more than 40 years of experience to draw upon. He will study the facts of the case and develop a defense strategy designed to minimize or eliminate any potential negative consequences, and advise you of the risks involved in pleading guilty to a violent crime. For example, he may argue that you acted in self defense, or that your actions did not cause grave bodily injury to others.
Just as importantly, we will protect your constitutional rights and make certain the government follows the letter of the law.
Clients charged with violent crimes throughout the East Bay area rely on our firm for aggressive defense in even the most serious charges. Please visit our representative cases page to learn about the results we have won for people just like you.
If we can be of assistance to you, please contact the Law Offices of Frederick R. Remer in Hayward, California, today. The initial consultation is free.