A violent crime is considered a crime where the victim is threatened or forced upon. Such crimes can include murder or rape, as well as bank robbery, kidnapping, and carjackers. Violent crimes may or may not involve weapons. The victims of violent crimes should contact Nicole Alvarez P.A., Attorney at Law to determine their options and how to protect their rights during such cases.

Violent crimes as defined may be different according to each state. A Florida criminal defense attorney can help you receive fair consequences for your actions. To protect your future and understand the charges you are facing, contact Nicole Alvarez P.A., Attorney at Law. These charges can affect your future for years to come, including the lives of your loved ones.

The most common violent crime charges are assault and battery. Assault is purposefully causing fear of bodily harm to the victim. Battery is similar however it requires that physical contact is made rather than just the fear of a physical altercation. Other serious violent crimes include manslaughter, first-degree kidnapping, aggravated assault, and reckless assault of a child.

Consequences for these felony charges include possible lessened jail sentence, paying less fines or fees, doing community service, or attending rehabilitation and anger management programs. There are classes (A, B, C, D, and E) for felonies and their consequences. A Florida criminal defense attorney can help you to understand the process you will be going through and what should be your next step.

At Nicole Alvarez P.A., Attorney at Law, we have been able to help clients for years to get fair consequences and protect their rights. We are prepared to take our experience and help those that have been charged to be able to protect their freedom. Contact our office today to begin building your defense and learn how you should proceed.