Indianapolis Violent Crimes Attorney Serving Central Indiana
Criminal courts in Indiana take a strict stance on violent crime convictions, often imposing drastic penalties. These can include hefty fines, lengthy jail terms and long probation periods. Violent crime typically involves serious physical injury to the person, or property of another. Because of their nature, violent crimes are among the most vigorously prosecuted cases. The defense of these offenses requires an aggressive and comprehensive approach. When facing charges relating to assault or other violent crimes, you need an Indiana criminal defense lawyer who understands the criminal process, the rights you have throughout your proceedings and the options you have in defending yourself. At the Hayes Law, we handle violent crime cases involving:
- Battery / Assault
- Bank Robbery
- Car Jacking
- Domestic Violence
- Firearms / Gun / Weapons Offenses
- Home Invasion
- Homicide, including Murder and Manslaughter
- Sexual Offenses
- Robbery, Armed and Unarmed
- Vehicular homicide
Prosecutors aggressively pursue violent crimes cases and you need an experienced attorney to defend your rights. If you or a loved one has been implicated in a violent offense, your most fundamental rights are at risk. Violent crimes such as murder, sexual assault and domestic violence, are some of the most serious criminal charges. A conviction can lead to prison, lifetime registration on the sex offender list, or even the death penalty. You need a lawyer who is prepared to provide a strong and powerful defense on your behalf. With your future at stake, the criminal defense attorney you choose matters. The strategy employed can make all the difference in the ultimate outcome.
Hayes Law has an impressive record of success in criminal defense matters. Attorney Philip Hayes has practiced for over a decade in Indiana, providing him with a comprehensive knowledge of criminal defense. Our firm is ready to help you reach an ideal outcome. Contact the Hayes Law Office to schedule a free consultation. Call 317-759-1515 or email the office.