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Riverside Violent Crime Attorneys

Get Defense to Violent Crimes in California

Facing prosecution for violent crimes can be very frightening. The consequences of a conviction are severe. When your reputation, and future rights and freedom are threatened, it is important to work with experienced lawyers on whom you can depend.

At Blumenthal Law Offices, our Riverside violent crimes lawyers represent people who have been charged with a wide range of violent crimes.

We defend our clients against charges for a variety of violent crimes, including:

If you have been charged with these or other violent crimes, please contact our law firm as soon as possible. Our Riverside violent crimes attorneys can defend your rights and work diligently to minimize consequences of conviction.

If you are facing charges for a violent crime, have us review your charges at no cost.

Our Meticulous Approach to Your Defense

We begin with a thorough investigation of your case that includes witness interviews and consultations with relevant experts. Once we have a full understanding of the situation, we will consider all potential defenses and factors that may lessen the seriousness of the charges against you or the severity of the consequences that come with conviction.

In some cases, we may be able to negotiate a reduction in charges or even a full dismissal. Of course should it become necessary to go to trial, we are always ready to present a compelling argument in your defense.

Get Aggressive Defense to Violent Crime Charges

If you have been arrested for a violent crime, do not delay. Have a member of our team review the details of your charges and explore your potential defenses with you. We have what it takes to get results for you.

24-hour live answering service for emergency attorney consultation.

Arrested for a violent crime? Get in touch with our Riverside violent crimes lawyer at (951) 682-5110.

Contact our firm, and speak directly with an attorney.

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