Violent Crimes Defense Lawyer in Gardnerville
Fighting for the Rights of the Accused
Violent crimes are those that involve aggressive and often deadly actions against others. These crimes are among the most serious of all criminal acts, bringing with them vigorous prosecution and severe penalties. If you have been accused of a violent crime or are under investigation by law enforcement for one, you should not hesitate to hire a trusted and competent criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. The earlier you bring an attorney into your situation, the better your chances for a more positive outcome.
The Law Office of Ronald F. Cauley, Inc. offers legal representation that has focused on criminal defense in Nevada for over 30 years. Our Gardnerville violent crimes defense attorney has extensive experience with even the most complex and challenging cases, as well as with the local court system, and caselaw and statutes in Nevada. Our firm can stand between you and a conviction. When the resources of the government are being used against you, you need a competent defender who will fight for you and your rights.
Under investigation or charged with a violent crime? Arrange for an initial case review by calling our office at (775) 273-6111 today.
Violent Crimes & Their Consequences in Nevada
Violent crimes can include a broad range of unlawful activities which can include:
- Domestic battery
- Assault and battery
- DUI causing serious injury or death
- Armed robbery
These crimes may be charged as misdemeanors but, in very serious cases where injury or death to others has resulted, they are generally charged as felonies. The incident, extent of injury or harm to human life, prior criminal history, and other relevant facts and circumstances will determine the charges, as well as the penalties. For instance, first-degree murder is charged when the defendant is accused of the willful killing of another person deliberately and with premeditation and malice. Second-degree murder is a lesser charge covering all other types of willful killing.
In felony convictions, defendants will be facing prison sentences of more than a year up to life in prison or the death penalty. Any felony conviction may be accompanied by other penalties such as fines, restraining orders, sex offender registration, and more.
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