Handling Violent Criminal Charges
Consequences of Being Labeled a Violent Criminal Offender
Violent crimes generally involve bodily injury or the threat of bodily
injury to another person. Violent criminal convictions often result in
the harshest punishment that the legal system is able to hand out. In
addition to this, violent offenders face an uphill battle in society at
large, as friends and family may look down on them and many employers
will refuse to hire them. Because of the potential consequences you may
be facing if convicted, it is a good idea to immediately retain the services
of Connecticut criminal defense lawyers who are well-prepared, have an
in-depth knowledge of the law and legal system, and are ready to aggressively
fight your charges. You need Tomeo Sills, LLC. We have offices conveniently
Westport, so contact us today.
To schedule a complimentary consultation,
fill out a form online or call (844) 913-7747.
Experienced Connecticut Criminal Defense Attorneys at Your Side
Our legal team has represented numerous clients charged with violent crimes.
We understand that every case is different and that, just because you
have been charged does not mean you are guilty. Our priority is to thoroughly
investigate every aspect of your case, including witness statements, police
reports, medical reports, crime scene reconstructions, and anything else
that is able to strengthen your defense. There are a variety of common
defenses used during violent criminal cases, and we will explore all of
them, including the possibility that self-defense was being used.
Our firm has experience in handling the following kinds of violent crimes:
Tomeo Sills, LLC Fights for the Positive Outcome You Need
Our Connecticut violent crime lawyers will do everything in our power to
prevent you from being labeled as a violent offender. This includes listening
to your version of events, investigating every detail of the matter, and
even working with the victim's advocate. Simply put, our firm gives
you the best chance of ending up with the positive outcome you need to
avoid jail, a criminal record, and other penalties.
Protect your rights!
Contact our office today to allow us to begin working on your case.