Glendale Violent Crimes Attorney

If you or a loved one has been arrested for a violent crime, it is crucial that you act quickly. In these situations, an experienced attorney at your side can mean the difference between reduced charges or devastating consequences.

We will work with prosecutors to get the charges reduced or dismissed all while building a strong defense for your court case. Clients trust our Glendale violent crimes attorney for aggressive criminal defense, tenacious representation and thorough preparation. Schedule a free initial consultation at The Law Offices of John Phebus today.

Peoria Assault Defense Lawyer

There are numerous charges that can be defined as violent crimes, including:

  • Assault and battery
  • Aggravated assault
  • Aggravated battery
  • Sexual assault
  • Domestic violence
  • Rape
  • Robbery
  • Kidnapping
  • Manslaughter
  • Murder

Even if you are arrested for a violent crime, but not convicted, you might face serious consequences in your personal and professional lives. In many instances, a criminal charge can cause an individual to lose his or her immigration status. As soon as you have been charged, or you fear that you are under investigation for a crime, contact our office. You can schedule a free consultation with a Glendale violent crimes lawyer who can listen to the facts of your situation and provide legal advice and guidance.

How Can a Violent Crime Defense Attorney Help With My Case?

Hiring a violent crime defense attorney could make a huge difference to your case. An attorney will understand the legal system and how to navigate it on your behalf. A lawyer from The Law Offices of John Phebus can tailor a defense strategy to your specific situation and needs. A strong defense strategy could help you negotiate a lesser punishment, receive a shorter prison time sentence or even have the charges dropped, regardless of the types of criminal charges you are facing in Arizona.

  • Aggravated assault. An assault on someone using a weapon, whether or not an injury actually occurred.
  • Aggravated battery. An assault using a deadly weapon or an assault that caused great bodily harm to the victim.
  • Assault and battery. An unlawful physical attack on someone else or the threat of bodily harm.
  • Kidnapping. Abducting someone and holding that person captive.
  • Manslaughter. Causing the death of another person negligently, intentionally or under extreme provocation.
  • Murder. Intentionally killing another person while attempting to commit another crime, or taking someone’s life without legal justification or extreme provocation.
  • Rape. Sexual intercourse without the victim’s consent, or statutory rape. Sexual intercourse through physical force or coercion.
  • Robbery. Attempted or completed theft of cash or property by force, threat of force or an attack, with or without a weapon.
  • Sexual assault. A wide variety of sex crimes, including molestation, rape, attempted rape and verbal threats.

Facing a violent crime charge in Arizona can be extremely distressing. Whether you committed the crime in question or not, you need a strong legal advocate to protect your rights and give you a voice during court meetings and hearings. A private criminal defense attorney can make an enormous difference to your future. You can rely on your attorney to navigate the criminal justice system on your behalf and come up with creative defense strategies to best suit your needs.

What to Look for When Hiring a Violent Crimes Lawyer

Accepting court-appointed defense counsel may save you money, but it will not do much to give you peace of mind. You need a private Glendale violent crimes lawyer with the time, energy and resources to dedicate solely to defending your case. Choose the right lawyer for you with a few tips and guidelines.

  • Experience with your type of charge. The defense attorney you hire should have practice area experience with the type of charge you are facing. Check the lawyer’s website or ask during a consultation if the lawyer has taken criminal cases like yours, and if so, what the outcomes have been. Although this will not guarantee future results, it can prove the lawyer’s ability to litigate your type of criminal case.
  • Local office. The attorney you choose should be local. Local experience means the lawyer may know the judge and/or prosecutor – something that could help your case. Retaining a local lawyer also means he or she will have a thorough understanding of state and municipal laws, as well as how to defend someone against them. It will be easier to meet with a local attorney about your case, as well.
  • Comfort and trust. Finally, your defense lawyer should have the personal factor. Your lawyer will become your voice, speaking for you during potentially life-changing hearings. You should be personally comfortable with the attorney you select. Your lawyer should be someone you feel you can openly talk to, work with, communicate with, understand and trust to have your best interests at heart.

Hiring a private criminal defense lawyer in Glendale or Peoria can give you access to important legal resources and highly experienced attorneys. Find out if a lawyer from The Law Offices of John Phebus checks all the boxes by scheduling an initial case meeting at no cost or obligation in Glendale or Peoria. We are happy to discuss your criminal case over the phone or in person today.

Charged With a Violent Crime in Glendale? Contact Our Criminal Defense Firm

If you have questions regarding serious charges for violent crimes, schedule a free consultation at The Law Offices of John Phebus. Our Glendale criminal attorney can be reached by calling (623) 847-7117 or by completing our online contact form. Our office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend appointments are available based on the needs of our clients.