Gwinnett County Violent Crimes Attorney
Building a Strong Defense for Clients in Walton & Clarke Counties
Being arrested for a violent crime is frightening and overwhelming. You need an experienced attorney to ensure your constitutional rights are protected and your defense is carefully prepared. At Crawford and Boyle, LLC, our Gwinnett County violent crimes lawyers aggressively defend those accused of a violent crime in Walton and Clarke Counties. Call today to schedule a free consultation.
Types of Violent Crimes We Represent
The burden of proof lies with the state of Georgia when prosecutors pursue a conviction. This means the prosecutor must prove the accused committed the crime beyond a reasonable doubt.
As the defendant, you don’t have to prove anything. You do need a skilled attorney to identify weaknesses in the prosecutor’s case and explain them to a jury.
We represent clients charged with violent crimes that include:
- Assault and battery
- Aggravated assault
- Aggravated robbery
- Rape and sexual assault
- Family violence battery
- Armed robbery
What Are the Penalties for Violent Crimes?
A conviction for a violent crime can affect you for many years or the rest of your life, depending on the specific charges.
You could be facing:
- Substantial prison time
- Large fines
- And more
After your prison sentence and probation are completed, you may find it difficult to secure housing, find a job, and pursue your career and higher education goals. We fight hard to protect you from conviction and defend your rights throughout the process.
What Is the Sentence for Armed Robbery in GA?
Under Georgia law (§ 16-8-41), a person commits armed robbery when taking property from another person, with the intent to commit theft, while using an offensive weapon or device having the appearance of a weapon.
The penalties for armed robbery can include:
- 10 to 20 years in prison
- Life in prison
- Death penalty
Preparing Every Case for Trial
Our Gwinnett County violent crimes attorneys prepare every case thoroughly for trial. We start by learning as much as possible about your case and goals. Based on this information, we can build the most appropriate defense for your case.
During the process, we learn the weaknesses of the evidence against you. This allows us to get many cases dismissed or reduced to lesser charges prior to trial.
Abuse or Neglect of a Disabled Person DISMISSAL
Aggravated Assault REDUCED
Aggravated Assault DISMISSED
Criminal Damage to Property DISMISSED
Disorderly Conduct and Criminal Trespass DISMISSED
Drug Possession SEIZURE OVERTURNED
Drug Possession DISMISSED
Drug Trafficking DISMISSED