Las Vegas Violent Crime Lawyers — 5 found

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  1. Las Vegas Violent Crime Lawyer Nick Mitar Wooldridge

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    Nick Wooldridge became an attorney in the State of Nevada in 2004. Consequently, he has more than 10 years’ experience in representing clients in both New York and Nevada in every... more
    Licensed for 11 years - $380-$480/hour


  2. Las Vegas Violent Crime Lawyer Christopher Lalli

    Christopher Lalli

    Client Review: Incredible prosecutor! High moral standard. Always kept my family in the loop as to what was hap...
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    Licensed for 21 years


  3. Las Vegas Violent Crime Lawyer Todd Matthew Leventhal

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    Client Review: I have had a felony charge, and two separate misdemeanor charges in two different jurisdictions. ...
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    Licensed for 13 years - 30 Min Free Consultation


  4. Las Vegas Violent Crime Lawyer James D Leavitt

    James Leavitt

    Client Review: Mr. Leavitt is truly a hard working and honest Lawyer, if ever a situation arises I would definit...
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    Licensed for 23 years


  5. Las Vegas Violent Crime Lawyer Kathleen Bliss

    Kathleen Bliss

    Las Vegas, NV Violent Crime Lawyer
    Licensed for 14 years
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Violent Crime

A violent crime occurs when a person uses (or threatens to use) violence to harm another person, including rape, assault, and murder. The penalties for violent crimes are stiff; conviction almost always carries substantial jail time. If you are accused of a violent crime, you need an attorney with experience defending others in that particular crime, one who will understand how to best defend you based on your facts and circumstances. Sometimes the government will offer a “plea bargain,” meaning they will drop or lower the charges if you agree to a lesser crime. A violent crime lawyer will be able to evaluate the government's case and the terms of the bargain to suggest how to proceed in your best interests.