Savannah Criminal Defense Lawyer
Your Defense Attorney
As your legal defense team, Kicklighter Law will work diligently to resolve your case in a favorable way and will go to battle for you in court, if necessary. Being accused of a crime is serious, and it’s important to have a defense attorney on your side to defend your rights.
For a criminal offense to be considered a violent crime, it must include either the use or threat of violence or force against another person. Though there are many types of violent crimes, and some of the primary ones include:
It’s important to be aware that an act of violence does not need to involve the use of a physical weapon to be considered a violent crime. Additionally, the mere threat of violence, such as intimidation, can be considered a violent crime. These types of crimes are considered felonies and are very serious. If you’ve been charged with a violent crime, you need an experienced legal team, like Kicklighter Law, handling your case.
Unlike violent crimes, a non-violent crime does not involve violence or force against another person. Instead, severity of these types of crimes is determined by the amount of monetary loss or property damage. Non-violent crimes include:
Despite the fact that no one is physically injured when a non-violent crime is committed, they can still carry serious legal ramifications. Minor non-violent crimes, such as drug possession or disorderly conduct, are considered misdemeanors. However, others are more major and will be considered felonies, like white collar crime or a property crime. These types of cases can be very complex and require a skilled defense attorney. We are ready to fight for your rights.
From the moment you hire us, our legal team will conduct a comprehensive investigation into the facts of your case. We will consult with any necessary experts, as well as key law firms that we maintain professional relationships with, to ensure that we have a complete understanding of the details of your situation. We will then work to construct the best possible defense for your case.