Daytona Beach Violent Crimes Attorney
Consult with Criminal Defense Lawyer Serving Daytona Beach, Deland &
West Volusia, FL - (888) 785-6548
Law enforcement bodies and prosecutors will vigorously pursue violent crime
charges. A fundamental principle of our legal system is that an accused
individual is innocent until proven guilty. Just because you are charged
with a violent crime does not mean that you are guilty.
Why Choose Our Violent Crime Lawyers?
- Over 20 years of shared legal experience
- Former prosecutors fighting in your corner
- Trial-tested, aggressive representation
- Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for Criminal Defense in 2015
We have assisted many of our clients through this trying time and we can
assist you with skilled representation that aggressively protects your
rights and works toward an optimal result. Our team has prosecutorial
experience in two counties, which assists us in understanding how the
state will develop a case. Call us today for an initial case consultation.
Violent Crime Charges & Penalties in Florida
Violent crimes refer to serious crimes that cause or threaten to cause
personal harm. These crimes vary in severity, but we are ready to defend
against any range of violent crimes, including:
- Assault and Battery
- Armed Robbery
- Weapons Charges
Violent crime charges may have severe penalties, including life in prison
or in some cases capital punishment. They may also include jail, fines,
probation, and other penalties relating to misdemeanor or felony offenses.
We at Buckmaster & Ellzey understand that being charged with a violent
crime will be an extremely difficult time for all involved. It is a time
however, when skilled legal counsel is of crucial importance. Whether
you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, we have both the prosecutorial and
criminal defense experience to create effective defense strategies.
Contact a criminal lawyer if you or a loved one has been charged with a violent crime. We have the
knowledge and experience to formulate defense strategies to aggressively
fight your case.