Jackson Violent Crime Attorney
Strategic Representation in Madison County
Tennessee is no stranger to crimes of violence. The state’s violent crime rate is among the highest in the U.S. Crimes of violence refer to any offense that involves harm or a threat of harm against another person. Even a mere accusation of committing this type of crime can drastically impact an individual’s life, even if you are innocent and found not guilty.
Our Jackson violent crimes attorney has extensive experience defending clients accused of:
- Assault and battery
- Domestic violence
- Theft and armed robbery
- Hate crimes
- Criminal possession of a weapon
- Terroristic threats
- Vehicular manslaughter
- Rape / Sex Crimes
Penalties for Violent Crimes
The punishments for violent crimes are severe, regardless of where you live. Those convicted of a crime of violence could face years in prison, a life sentence, or even the death penalty. The importance of having an aggressive Jackson violent crimes lawyer defending your rights cannot be overstated. The Law Offices of Marcus A. Lipham can help.
How to Handle a Violent Crime Charge
The sooner you contact our firm, the sooner we can begin working to resolve your case and keep your matter as confidential as possible. Our professional legal team can ensure that your rights are protected throughout the investigation process and make strategic negotiations with the prosecution team to try to prevent your case from going to trial. If your matter is taken before a judge, we can aggressively fight to cast doubt on the prosecution’s evidence.
Find Reliable Legal Counsel Today
You might be feeling that a conviction for your crime is inevitable. Rest assured, this is not true. When you hire the Law Offices of Marcus A. Lipham, we can ensure that you have a fair trial and that your rights remain protected. If you have questions about how you should proceed in your case, reach out to us for skilled legal guidance.
Contact (731) 207-4488 today to get started with a free consultation.
20 Years of Criminal Justice Experience
US Army Veteran
Former Police Officer