Violent Crimes in New York
Dedicated Rockland County Defense Lawyer
In the realm of criminal law, certain offenses are viewed by both law enforcement
and society as especially disdainful. These crimes are subsequently prosecuted
and punished to the fullest extent of the law. One particular area of
crime that falls under this category is that of violence. Violent crimes
are extremely serious offenses because they involve the use or threat
of force against the person and body of another human being.
Violent crimes are at the forefront of our nation's headlines on a
daily basis, whether involving the use of weapons or threatening the dignity
of another person.
Types of violent crimes include:
- Abuse of children, elders or disabled persons
- Gun and weapons violence
- Domestic violence
- Rape and sexual assault
A threat of force or violence does not have to be fully carried out in
order to warrant punishment. The term "assault" often refers
to threatening someone with force or violence and is a very serious accusation.
Furthermore, violence is often combined with other criminal charges such
as robbery or drug offenses and is considered a serious aggravating factor
in terms of leveling charges.
Factors that contribute to the penalties for a violent crime conviction
include the injuries sustained by the alleged victim, weapons used in
executing the offense, the nature of the victim and the defendant's
prior criminal history.
The bottom line is that violent crimes are heavily punished and any allegations
against you concerning them should be taken very seriously. If you have
been arrested for a crime involving violence, you need an aggressive Rockland
County defense attorney.
Contact my firm, Law Offices of David D. Narain, today and schedule a free in-person consultation
about your situation with me and we can discuss your options for defense.