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Violent Crimes

Charged for a violent crime?

A crime is considered "violent" when it involves either the actual physical harm to a person or the threat of or attempt to do physical harm. Violent crimes are taken very seriously in the federal system. Persons charged with a violent crime are presumed to have no bail set, and it is the burden of a defendant to show why bond should be set. The sentences that can be imposed are among the highest, with some violent crimes being capital offenses eligible for the death penalty. The death penalty in federal cases is currently carried out by lethal injection. The legal representation of a Memphis federal criminal attorney should be sought immediately when an allegation of violent crimes occurs.

Some of the most common violent crimes are listed below; however the list is not intended to be complete:

  • Murder
  • Manslaughter
  • Kidnapping
  • Robbery
  • Arson
  • Assault & Battery
  • Terrorism
  • Theft from the Person
  • Armed Robbery
  • Bank Robbery
  • Armed Bank Robbery
  • Rape

Memphis Violent Crimes Lawyer

The stakes are very high in violent crime cases, even when the crime is only an attempted violent crime and not a completed one. I have over a third of a century of experience in the criminal law field, with over 28 years exclusively working in the federal system.

Don't hesitate to contact a Memphis violent crimes lawyer today!

62 North Main Street  Memphis, TN 38103

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Address: 140 Jefferson Avenue, Memphis, TN 38103 Phone: (901) 543-9798