Criminal Defense Lawyer for Violent Crimes, including Domestic Violence, Assault and Manslaughter

A violent crime is an extreme act in which an offender uses or threatens force upon another person. Violent crimes do not always include weapons, such as that in a sexual or domestic assault. They do, however, involve bodily harm, and almost always include severe penalties including prison. Violent crimes demand an experienced litigator, one who is well-versed in the complex intricacies of the law to help stand tough in defense of an aggressive violent crimes prosecution.

Crimes that are considered violent in nature include, but are not limited to:

  • Murder, Homicide
  • Assault
  • Armed Robbery
  • Weapons Offenses
  • Domestic Violence
  • Kidnapping
  • Carjacking
  • Terroristic Threats
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    Oftentimes charges are bundled, such as assault with a weapon’s charge, and the threat of jail time is real. Violent crimes, and acts of overt aggression and assault, are among the most despised in society and are aggressively prosecuted.

    What Should You Do if You are Arrested for a Violent Crime such as Domestic Abuse or Assault with a Deadly Weapon

    Don’t go at it alone, even for what you might consider a minor offense. You never know what could happen if counsel is not at your side for your court appearance. If you are arrested for a violent crime, do not talk to the police. Do not try to work your way out of the charge or minimize what you have done. The authorities will listen and hold it all against you. Exercise your constitutional right to remain silent and get a criminal defense lawyer who handles violent crime charges ASAP. We are at a disadvantage defending you if you have given any sort of confession or incriminating statements. On the other hand, do not be antagonistic or sarcastic, but be firm in your request to call a criminal defense lawyer to protect your rights, remaining silent and composed in the meantime.

    John Paragano: Union County Lawyer for Violent Crimes, including Murder and Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

    The onus is always on the prosecutor to prove beyond a reasonable doubt your guilt if you are charged with any crime. You have certain Constitutional Rights, like the right to remain silent, the right that your arrest be based only upon probable cause, the right against unreasonable search and seizure, etc. To enforce your rights, our skilled criminal defense attorneys are available to meet with you upon your arrest. We can explore your options and, in certain cases, reduce the severity of the charges against you. To further protect you against self-incrimination, we will communicate directly with law enforcement on your behalf, guiding you on the best course of action to take to protect your rights.

    During the initial consultation, our law firm will take the time to learn all about you and the criminal charges you face. Our attorneys will assess the strength of the evidence against you and advise you on all of the available options. If necessary, we have the ability to conduct a private investigation, contact witnesses and obtain other useful evidence. Treating you with the utmost respect, our criminal defense law firm will aggressively represent you to reach the best possible resolution, whether through a plea bargain or trial.

    For twenty-five years, my Union law firm has successfully defended numerous charges for violent crimes, where we have achieved acquittals, dismissals and downgrading of charges for a variety of violent crimes at the local, county and state level. If you need an experienced and powerful criminal defense attorney to help you through these troubled waters, call my office today.

    Choose The Law Offices of John Paragano for Your Criminal Defense Attorney

  • 25 Years Criminal Defense Experience
  • Former Municipal Court Judge, Union Township, NJ, 1999-2005
  • Extensive Trial Experience
  • Free Initial Consultation
  • 24/7/365 Call Center and availability
  • Evening Hours for Personal Meetings
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    For the best criminal defense in all of Union County, Monmouth County and all of New Jersey, contact John Paragano at The Law Offices of John Paragano, for a free consultation. Telephone 908.687.5999 or click to send an email. All consultations and written correspondences will be kept strictly confidential.