Have You Been Charged With a Crime of Violence In Massachusetts?
Massachusetts has very strict laws dealing with crimes involving violence. A lawyer can help you navigate the court system and resolve the case. Anyone charged with a violent crime needs to realize that there is a possibility of jail.
Attorney Donovan has successfully fought many violent crime charges. If you have been charged with a violent crime call attorney Donovan for a free no-obligation consultation.
What is a Violent Crime in Massachusetts?
Massachusetts considers a violent crime a crime that involves any weapons, physical force, or threats. a violent crime is considered any criminal act that involves the use of physical force, weapons, or the verbal threat of violence. Many crimes in Massachusetts are considered violent crimes including:
- Assault and Battery
- Assault and Battery with Dangerous Weapon
- Assault and Battery Causing Serious Bodily Injury
- Threats to Commit a Crime
- Aggravated Assault and Battery
- Assault and Battery on a Police Officer
- Assault and Battery on an Elderly or Disabled Person
- Reckless Endangerment of a Child
What to Do If You’ve Been Charged With a Violent Crime In Massachusetts?
Call for a free no-obligation consultation if you have been charged with a violent crime anywhere in Massachusetts.
Convictions for a violent crime carry very harsh consequences. Jail and probation may be requested by the prosecutor depending on the facts of the case. An experienced attorney can help you present the defense and get an acceptable outcome to your violent crime charge.
BEST MASSACHUSETTS CRIMINAL LAWYER
Attorney Patrick T. Donovan was an Assistant District Attorney before becoming a criminal defense lawyer. As an ADA he gained invaluable experience that he uses to help each of his clients.
CALL THE LAW OFFICE OF PATRICK T. DONOVAN TODAY FOR YOUR FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION AT (617) 479-1800.