Violent crimes consist of a variety of intentional acts that cause physical harm or that threaten physical harm to another person. Getting arrested, charged or convicted of a violent crime can have lasting damage on your reputation, employment and immigration status. Even the mere allegation that you have intentionally caused physical harm to another person can follow you for the rest of your life.
However, being charged with a violent crime does not mean that you are actually guilty of a violent crime. Whether you are charged with anything from a misdemeanor assault or battery to murder, a vigorous defense can bring to light what really happened including self-defense, defense of others, mistaken identity, falsified allegations, and improper charges.
Kevin Fard, Attorney at Law is experienced in defending clients charged with violent crimes including but not limited to:
- Domestic Violence
- Kidnapping and False Imprisonment
- Sexual Assault and Rape
- Voluntary and Involuntary Manslaughter