Violent Crimes

Serving Clients Throughout the South Bay Beach Communities

Redondo Beach Violent Crime Defense Attorney

Defending from Allegations of Violence in South Bay, CA

Violent crimes are criminal offenses that involve the use of force or the threat of force against another person. Depending on the circumstances of the case, violent crimes can be charged as misdemeanors or felonies, with felonies carrying more severe penalties. However, whether you’re charged with a felony or a misdemeanor will have more to do with the evidence the prosecution thinks it has; the stronger their case, the bolder the sentence recommendation. 

Allegations of violence are the most serious offenses in the criminal justice system: they carry the most severe penalties under the law, including lengthy prison sentences and hefty fines. When prosecutors bring forward violent crime charges, they won’t be taking it easy on you. If you are facing charges for a violent crime, it is crucial to seek the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

Michael Norris, Inc. has helped our clients defeat allegations of all violent crimes, including:

  • Assault
  • Battery
  • Domestic violence
  • Murder
  • Manslaughter
  • Robbery

Our Redondo Beach violent crime defense lawyer knows the gravity of these charges and the consequences they unleash on your life. That’s why our firm does everything possible to challenge the evidence against you, including any witness statements, forensic evidence, and surveillance footage. Any evidence collected unlawfully or through incorrect procedure will be barred from use against you. 

Experienced Defense Against a Range of Violent Crimes

At Michael Norris, Inc., our team of skilled attorneys has extensive experience defending clients against a wide range of violent crime charges. From assault and battery to domestic violence and homicide, we have the knowledge and expertise to provide a strong defense for our clients in Redondo Beach and the South Bay area.

Our approach to violent crime defense includes:

  • Thorough investigation and evidence gathering
  • Strategic legal analysis and case preparation
  • Aggressive representation in and out of the courtroom
  • Compassionate support for our clients and their families

If you or a loved one is facing allegations of a violent crime, it's crucial to have a dedicated legal team on your side. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discuss your case with a knowledgeable defense attorney.

Commonly Asked Questions

What are the potential penalties for violent crimes in Redondo Beach, CA?

Violent crimes can be charged as misdemeanors or felonies, with felonies carrying more severe penalties. This may include lengthy prison sentences and hefty fines.

What types of violent crimes does your firm defend against in Redondo Beach, CA?

Our firm defends against a range of violent crimes, including assault, battery, domestic violence, murder, manslaughter, and robbery.

How can an experienced criminal defense attorney help in cases of violent crime allegations?

An experienced attorney can challenge the evidence against you, including witness statements, forensic evidence, and surveillance footage. They can also ensure that any unlawfully collected evidence is barred from use against you.

What should I do if I am facing charges for a violent crime in Redondo Beach, CA?

It is crucial to seek the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to ensure your rights are protected and to build a strong defense against the allegations.

What are the potential consequences of being convicted of a violent crime in Redondo Beach, CA?

Conviction of a violent crime can result in severe penalties, including lengthy prison sentences and hefty fines, which can have a significant impact on your life. It is important to seek legal representation to defend against these charges.

Defending Against Violent Crime Charges Since 1978

One potential defense in a violent crime case is to challenge the prosecution's evidence and argue that the defendant did not commit the crime in question. Another defense could be to argue that the defendant acted in self-defense, or that they were under duress or had a mental impairment that influenced their actions. In some cases, it makes sense to challenge as much of the prosecution’s evidence as possible to pressure them into backing down to a lesser charge. 

Formulating the best defense strategy for your case begins with a free, confidential consultation with Michael Norris, Inc.. Our firm has helped countless clients to obtain favorable outcomes in their violent crime cases. 

We’ve helped people facing felony charges walk away with probation, or people facing death row win their freedom back—let’s see what we can do for you. 

Our team helps the criminal accused throughout Southern California from our office on the Redondo Beach Pier. If you have been charged with a violent crime, call or text (310) 376-0922 to get started. With our aggressive and results-oriented approach, we can help you fight the charges and obtain the best possible outcome in your case. 

Contact us online or call/text (310) 376-0922 for a free consultation.

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