Violent Crime Lawyers in Mobile, AL
Representing clients across Mobile County
If you’ve been charged with a violent crime, it’s essential to find a defense attorney who’s committed to your case. You need someone who will protect your rights while offering the respect you deserve during this difficult time. Darley Law, LLC works tirelessly to provide clients with legal options and representation when they’re faced with criminal charges. Violent crimes come with some of the most severe consequences seen in the criminal justice system. You need an effective and experienced law firm that with significant knowledge of the Alabama criminal justice system. If you need quality legal representation, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney.
Violent crimes in Alabama
Alabama considers a crime of violence as committing or attempting to commit the following crimes:
- Manslaughter (except vehicular)
- Assault with the intent to rob
- Assault with the intent to ravish
- Assault with the intent to murder
Per state law, the term “crimes of violence” also includes other Class A or B felonies with the element of serious physical injury, the manufacturing or distribution of a controlled substance, or an act of a sexual nature with a child under the age of 12.
Felonies in Alabama
A criminal conviction can subject you to serious jail time.
- Class A felony: Life or not more than 99 years, minimum of 10 years
- Class B felony: 2-20 years
- Class C felony: 1 year and 1 day up to 10 years
If you are convicted a Class A felony with a firearm, deadly weapon or a felony sex offense involving a child, you will be subject to a sentence of no less than 20 years. If the same facts apply to a Class B or C felony, the convicted party would be subject to no less than 10 years. To understand your legal situation, contact our firm to discuss your situation.
Contact Darley Law, LLC
A conviction for a violent offense can result in a long prison sentence, a hefty fine, the loss of certain rights and a permanent criminal record that can seriously impact your ability to make a living through gainful employment. Even first-time violent offenders can face serious consequences that can devastate their future. For this reason, you must enlist an attorney who can analyze your case, exploring every defense strategy to dismiss your charges and fervently fight for your future in court. Hiring a lawyer as soon as possible is vital to the strength of your case. Darley Law, LLC can provide you with a consultation to help you understand your legal situation. Once engaged, Darley Law, LLC will work to help you combat your charges so that you can move forward with your life. If you need a law firm with the experience you need and the attention you deserve through such an uncertain time, contact Darley Law, LLC.