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Arizona Violent Crime Defense

What is a violent crime defense? The law defines a violent crime as a crime in which one person uses force upon another. Violent crimes are prosecuted very seriously in the state of Arizona, and the stakes for defendants charged with these types of crimes are incredibly high. Crimes classified as violent crimes often draw plenty of attention from the public. This creates extra pressure for judges and prosecutors to obtain a conviction and to avoid offering generous plea bargains that they might otherwise offer a defendant.

Defendants charged with violent crimes in Arizona need an experienced violent crime attorney to help them navigate the political landscapes of the courtroom.

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