Yuma Violent Crime Defense Lawyer
Have you been charged with a violent crime in Yuma? Get legal help.
State lawmakers have increased the penalties for many types of violent crimes in recent years, and if you have been caught in the criminal justice system for any such crime, it is crucial that you retain legal counsel from a Yuma criminal defense lawyer at once. Reducing violent crime has been addressed through imposing harsh penalties on those who are convicted, both for punishment and as a deterrent for others who may commit such a crime.
The legal team at Dwane Cates Law Group, P.L.L.C. can provide experienced and proven legal representation to clients charged with any of the following types of violent crimes:
- Domestic violence
Defending Violent Crime Cases in Yuma
Our legal team has extensive experience in the defense of serious violent crimes, including the most serious felony offenses such as homicide, murder and manslaughter. The outcome of these cases can be life-changing if you are convicted, and acting quickly in contacting our legal team is important if you hope to defend yourself in court. Not all attorneys, no matter how well educated, have the long term experience and talent in the courtroom that is necessary when defending a violent crime case. Our legal team has outstanding skills and resources to support our client and take an aggressive stance in any such case.
The first action that must be undertaken is a painstaking review of all the evidence against you, including police reports, witness statements, lab reports and other evidence. In many cases there are errors or flaws found in the evidence that can lead to a compelling defense case. After the analysis of your case, we will advise you of the strategy to defend your case. You can be assured that your attorney fully understands how important the outcome of the case is to you and your family and will proceed in giving the case the priority treatment it deserves.
Contact a Yuma Violent Crime Defense Attorney from our skilled legal team if you have been accused of a violent crime.