Criminal Defense for Violent Crime

Violent Crime in North Alabama

Violent Crimes Defense Lawyer | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C.

When it comes to violent crimes like arson and assault - there are a number of factors that come into play when determining the sentencing. Even if there is irrefutable evidence that you have committed a violent crime, the degree to which you were involved and your own intentions are factors that need to be considered. In Alabama, violent crimes are typically divided into three "degrees" with the first degree being the most severe. If you've been accused of a violent crime - you should contact a defense attorney as quickly as possible.

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Accused of committing a violent crime? Do not take those charges lightly. Because such crimes are usually associated with heavy sentences, it is important to have a competent attorney. Hiring a trusted attorney is the first step towards enabling yourself to defend your case. Our criminal defense team has decades of experience defending criminal and violent crime cases throughout Huntsville, Decatur, and surrounding areas. Schedule a free consultation with a lawyer today by calling (256) 539-4464 or completing a case evaluation form online. We have office locations in Huntsville and Athens, AL.

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