Due to the serious nature of violent crimes, the consequences are often substantial and far reaching. The state devotes significant resources to prosecuting these types of cases, and consequently people are consistently falsely convicted or over-prosecuted.

Penalties

Violent crime charges include both misdemeanors and felonies. The maximum punishment in misdemeanor cases is one year in county jail plus fines and fees. Felonies on the other hand can result in substantial prison time.

A first-degree robbery can result in a prison sentence between three  and nine years, while second degree robbery may lead to a sentence of two to five years.

Kidnapping is punishable by up to eight years in state prison, while felony assault with a deadly weapon can carry up to four year state prison sentence.

Because the consequences of violent crime charges can be devastating from a financial, and practical standpoint, it is important that you get the best representation possible.

I understand the complexities of these cases, and will stand by your side and zealously fight from start to finish to get you the the best outcome possible. Call me today for a free consultation, and detailed discussion about your case.

I handle a variety of California violent crime charges, including:

Robbery (Penal Code 211)

Criminal Threats (Penal Code 422)

Battery causing serious bodily injury (Penal Code 243(d))

Battery (Penal Code 242)

Assault with a Deadly Weapon (Penal Code Section 245(a)(1))

Assault (Penal Code 240)

Kidnapping (Penal Code 207)

Contact Us Now

If you or a loved one are facing criminal charges I invite you to contact the Law Office of Miles Booth by calling 424 272 1134 or emailing me at milesboothlaw@gmail.com.

I will provide you with a free case evaluation to help you determine the best available options for your case, as well as what steps we can take to help ensure your freedom.