If you have been charged with a violent crime, or if you believe that you will be, speak with an experienced Denver violent crime defense attorney immediately. Don’t let a charge of violent crime ruin your life; these charges are extremely serious and prosecutions against violent crimes in Colorado are pursued extremely aggressively. Depending on the circumstances, the charge may be as serious as the most severely punished Class 1 felony. There are a number of charges that are considered violent crimes, including:
While this is certainly not a complete list of violent crimes, each crime listed here is a felony charge in Colorado, which means that they carry the potential for significant incarceration in a state penitentiary. Being charged with any of these crimes is a very serious situation, and you will need a felony defense attorney who will fight for you as aggressively as the state will prosecute the charge. An aggressive felony defense attorney will do several things for you as you move through the justice system.
First and foremost, your lawyer will remember that you are innocent until proven guilty, and will stand with you as you face these charges. People sometimes forget that being charged with a crime is not the same as being guilty of that crime. Your lawyer will not make this mistake. An experienced criminal defense lawyer will aggressively protect your rights, and seek to have charges against you dropped if those rights are violated. If your case goes to trial, your lawyer will fight hard to get the best possible outcome, whether that is a dismissal of the charges, acquittal, or the most lenient possible sentence in the event of a conviction.
All charges of violent crime should be taken seriously. Denver violent crime defense attorney John Fuller knows the impact that a violent crime charge can have on the rest of your life. He treats every client as if they are the most important client, and fights hard to return his clients’ lives to normal. Whether you have been charged with menacing or homicide or anything in between, ask John Fuller to stand with you as you face these charges. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION contact John at (303)597-4500.