In New York, murder, manslaughter, carjacking, kidnapping, battery, and
assault are just a few of the criminal offenses that are considered to
be violent crimes. Some violent crimes are misdemeanors, but many are
felony offenses that carry some of the stiffest penalties and lengthiest
prison sentences under New York law.
In either case, those who are found guilty of such crimes can be:
- Sentenced to jail
- Given community service
- Put on probation
If you are charged with a violent crime, your freedom is at stake and you
want professional help to put on the most effective and persuasive legal
Contact Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C. to schedule your free initial consultation!
While you are permitted to defend yourself, a lawyer has in-depth knowledge
of the criminal laws, rules of evidence, and court procedures that will
play a large part in dictating the outcome of your case.
Retaining an attorney not only gives you access to their experience and
knowledge, but also the persuasive writing skills and oral advocacy that
you will need to fully defend yourself.
State and Federal prosecutors and law enforcement are familiar with the
trial process, and you may be at a significant disadvantage if you do
not obtain an experienced criminal attorney to oppose them.
Contact Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C. Right Away!
The law firm of
Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C. is well-versed in New York’s penal code, and our Nassau County
violent crime attorneys can handle all aspects of a criminal case from
the time you are arrested through trial. We have extensive courtroom experience,
and our attorneys are adept at formulating successful trial plans and
creative arguments to serve our clients.
Do you need a lawyer to defend violent crime charges in Nassau County?
If you or someone you love has been accused of a violent crime, you should
contact our office as soon as you can.
Our attorneys are here to help, and should you choose to retain our services,
we will dedicate ourselves to protecting your rights and giving you the
best legal defense possible.