SAN DIEGO VIOLENT CRIMES ATTORNEY
As a highly-skilled team of attorneys adept at working in the arena of violent crimes, we may be able to reveal prosecution missteps, detect exculpatory evidence, and allow the tools of DNA analysis. The prosecution will pursue their charges against you by using experienced investigators whose job it is to aggressively pursue your case.
In order to defend yourself, you want an experienced and strategic Violent Crimes Attorney who aggressively defends all violent crime charges in San Diego. Contact Superior Law Center San Diego 24/7 at (844) 969-1394 for a free, no-obligation evaluation of the charges against you or your loved one.
VIOLENT CRIMES IN SAN DIEGO
The category of violent crimes encompasses a wide range of criminal acts. A criminal act may be physical in nature and cause bodily harm; it could also include harm done to another through the use of verbal threats. Each case that’s classified under the violent crime spectrum is unique, and because there’s so much at stake, you need an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to aggressively defend your case.
California Penal Code section 667.5 includes the following violent crimes:
- Domestic Violence: Domestic violence is defined under California Penal Code 243(e)(1) as battery committed on a former spouse, spouse, partner, parent of one’s child, fiancé, or any individual with whom the defendant is intimate.
- Robbery: According to California Penal Code 211, robbery is defined as taking someone’s property from their body or area of possession by force or fear.
- Homicide: Homicide can be divided into two broad groups depending on the intent:
- Murder, as stated in California Penal Code 187, “is the unlawful killing of a human being, or a fetus, with malice aforethought.”
- Manslaughter, which is defined by California Penal Code 192 as “the unlawful killing of a human being without malice.” Manslaughter can be broken down into three subcategories:
- Voluntary: an act that occurred within a heat of passion
- Involuntary: the homicide was committed during the commission of a non-felony crime
- Vehicular Manslaughter: a homicide was committed while operating a vehicle during the commission of a non-felony crime
- Child Endangerment: Child Endangerment is defined by California Penal Code 273a as willfully placing a child in danger or by causing or allowing the following to be inflicted upon a minor:
- Unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering
- Injury to person or health
- Endangerment of health or safety
- Arson: California Penal Code 451 and 452 describes arson as a willful, malicious, or reckless act of setting fire to any building, forest land, or property that is not one’s own property.
- Elder Abuse: Elder abuse broadly described includes the unjustifiable infliction of physical or mental suffering upon an elder person according to California Penal Code 368.
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We also offer little or no money down, and offer affordable payment plans to those who need help. At Superior Law Center, our experienced San Diego trial lawyer will use the best defense strategies possible to protect your innocence and your future! ALL of your rights will be protected immediately, and we will NOT stop until we have secured your freedom and gotten the BEST possible outcome for you or your loved ones.
Often times, we can stop police investigations before you EVER get charged with a crime. (If you have NOT been formally charged, read more about pre-file investigations.)