What Happens If I Am Convicted Of A Violent Crime?
People convicted of a crime of violence can face severe consequences such as lengthy prison sentences, sizeable fines, probation or parole, and more. But that’s just the beginning — a criminal conviction can haunt you long after trial and incarceration. With a criminal record, you may find it difficult to secure affordable housing or qualify for job opportunities upon your release.
For these reasons, it is imperative that you contact the experienced criminal defense attorneys at Beebe and O’Neil immediately after an allegation is made against you. Such offenses are not taken lightly in the eyes of the law, and only a solid criminal defense strategy can help you mitigate the damage.
What Is Considered A Crime Of Violence?
The state of Connecticut and much of the country define a violent crime as one that involves force or the threat of force. If charged with a crime in which you allegedly used force or threatened force, you may be in serious trouble.
Reach out to us if you or a loved one is facing charges related to the following crimes:
- Aggravated assault
- Federal crimes
Our experienced legal team will take the time to listen to your story, thoroughly investigate the evidence and build a strong strategy to defend your rights and protect your future.
High Stakes Require A Skilled Attorney
We do not recommend undertaking the task of your defense alone, as the stakes are high and the pitfalls numerous. Because the prosecution will exhaust every avenue available to obtain a conviction, a skilled lawyer is crucial to the result of your case.
Since every situation varies from person to person, scheduling a free consultation with one of our attorneys can help you better understand your circumstance. Send us a message online or call our Norwich office at 860-222-2021 for help. You matter — contact us today.