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New Jersey Violent Crime Attorneys

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Enjoy Dedicated and Reliable Representation from Respected Violent Criminal Defense Lawyers in Haddonfield, NJ for Cases in Atlantic County, Burlington County, Camden County, Gloucester County, and Throughout South Jersey

All crimes come with consequences, but some of the harshest penalties and punishments imposed by New Jersey’s justice system are reserved for people convicted of committing violent crimes. Preventing and punishing violent crimes that threaten the physical safety or lives of others is a top priority of law enforcement, prosecutors, and the courts, and these agents have substantial resources at their disposal for securing convictions against people accused of committing violent crimes. Therefore, you must take charges of violent crimes that you may face seriously and retain the services of our highly skilled New Jersey violent crime attorneys to beat or lower the charges and/or penalties you potentially face if convicted of a violent crime in New Jersey.

Don't face criminal charges alone – contact Agre & St. John today for experienced legal representation that will fight to protect your rights.

Violent Crime Cases Handled by Our Violent Criminal Defense Lawyers in Haddonfield, NJ

Title 2C of the New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice contains the definitions, penalties, evidentiary requirements, and other relevant information about criminal charges in New Jersey.

Violent acts – even simple threats of violence – can lead to a conviction for a violent crime, and such convictions can have serious consequences on you for the rest of your life. Our team of experienced New Jersey violent crime attorneys will build a strong and compelling facts-based defense for you based on cases involving:

  • Murder, attempted murder, or manslaughter
  • Aggravated assault
  • Armed robbery
  • Kidnapping
  • Serious sex crimes
  • Vehicular homicide

Of these, murder is the most serious violent crime that you can be charged with, and it comes with the —harshest penalties meted out by the criminal justice system. To be charged with murder as a first-degree crime, the prosecution must prove that you knowingly or purposely killed someone or you injured someone so severely to result in death, or that you caused the death of someone else while committing another violent crime, such as sexual assault, armed robbery, or arson.

In violent crime cases, intent is a primary determinant of the charges you face. First-degree murder charges typically require that you intended to kill someone else. However, felony-level murder charges can still be applied even if there was no intent to kill someone but only if the prosecution can prove that you committed another serious felony crime intentionally and that someone was killed in the process.

Based on the case facts, whether you are charged with murder, manslaughter, arson, robbery, or another violent crime, we will gather evidence and help you understand your rights and the charges you face. We will also break down our legal strategy for you so that you know what to expect as your case proceeds and what we will do along the way to preserve your rights and freedom.

Take control of your defense – schedule a confidential consultation with Agre & St. John's experienced criminal defense team to discuss your case and explore your legal options.

Crafting a Strong Defensive Strategy For You with Skilled Violent Criminal Defense Lawyers in Haddonfield, NJ

Highly rated New Jersey violent crime attorneys with a track record of success are your surest bet for minimizing the harsh consequences of violent crime charges. There are many ways we can defend you against violent charge charges such as murder, in which case we will try to establish that:

  • You acted in self-defense
  • You were targeted as a result of racial bias or other forms of profiling
  • Your case is one of mistaken identity
  • You have an alibi to prove that you did not or could not have committed the crimes in question
  • The evidence used against you has been tainted
  • The evidence used against you was obtained illegally
  • You were mentally incapacitated to the point that you cannot legally be held liable or guilty of any alleged crimes

Call Today to Schedule a Free Initial Consultation with Our Proficient New Jersey Violent Crime Attorneys

Charges of any kind can be serious, but the most serious charges of all are those for violent crimes. You must build a strong defensive strategy to secure your rights and freedoms after facing criminal charges in New Jersey for violent crimes, but doing so can be very complicated, especially if the charges you face are for murder. If you have been arrested or are being investigated for committing violent crimes of any kind, contact our highly rated New Jersey violent crime attorneys for a free and confidential consultation today.

Frequently Asked Questions About Violent Crimes in Haddonfield, NJ

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