Violent Crime Lawyer in Long Island

Defending Violent Crimes Charges in Suffolk and Nassau Counties

If you are facing charges of a violent crime such as one of the following, you need an effective aggressive team of legal professionals to represent you in this potentially life-changing matter:

More than Two Decades of Experience

Prime & O'Brien, LLP has more than 20 years of combined legal experience and their background has included several years working as Assistant District Attorneys in Nassau County. This experience has proven to be a key component to the successful defense strategies that they have implemented for their clients.

Are you under arrest for a violent crime in New York?

Speak with a Long Island criminal defense attorney from the firm today if you have been accused of a violent crime in New York. Get a former prosecutor on your side. Share the details of your case using the free consultation form.

Types of Violent Crime Charges

The firm defends against a wide range of violent crime cases. They understand the lasting consequences that come in the wake of a violent crime conviction. Let them help you fight to clear your charges and your name! With over two decades of experience, they have a long list of successful case victories under their belt. The firm is also happy to sit down and review your case at no cost to you. Let them help determine the best defense strategy for your case.

Be sure to contact their office without delay if you are facing charges for any of the following crimes:

Understanding the Consequences of a Conviction

At Prime & O'Brien, LLP, the attorneys have a deep understanding of the law and of how critical it is to immediately and firmly challenge every aspect of the prosecution's case against you. Violent crimes are classed according to the degree of violence involved. Felonies are ranked according to a class system, with a notation as to whether the felony is violent or non-violent. For example:

  • A Class C violent felony carries a jail term of between 3 ½ years to 15 years
  • A non-violent Class C felony carries probation at the lowest end of the scale and up to 5 to 15 years in prison

This example is for a person with no prior convictions. In the case of prior convictions, the sentence is increased depending on whether the prior offense was violent or not.

Charged with a Violent Crime in Long Island?

The law is highly complex and requires an understanding of these nuances to assist in the creation of a powerful defense. The initial case evaluation is free and enables the firm to review the facts of your case with you. Their team can then give you an experienced assessment of the charges, and how they would proceed to help you fight back.

Contact their legal team by calling (516) 670-5992 to arrange for your appointment. They have helped many people charged with serious violent crimes and they look forward to meeting with you to discuss your case.

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