What constitutes a violent offense crime?
In order for a crime to be considered a violent offense, it usually has to carry with it some identifiable acts of aggression, or the intent to act in such a way. If a weapon is involved in a non-forceful crime, it could also be considered violent. Some of the greatest challenges prosecutors will face is proving that you knew your actions would cause serious physical harm to the alleged victim.
With the help of Cameron C. Secrist, you can obtain seasoned defense from charges involving violent offenses, such as:
- Assault and battery
- Domestic violence and child abuse
- Rape and other forms of sexual assault
- Armed robbery
- Breaking and entering
- Vehicular manslaughter
- Murder and homicide