Have you been arrested for a criminal offense involving violence

All criminal charges are serious and deserve to be treated as such. However, there are some that will require more aggressive defense strategies in order to protect your legal rights. One such category of offenses are those that involve the element of violence. Typically categorized as crimes against the person, these crimes can be anything from attempted homicide to an act of assault; regardless, the state punishes them severely and they are often tried as felonies.

Types of Violent Crime Cases We Handle

Our firm has extensive experience, which makes us uniquely prepared to handle a wide variety of cases. If you would like to know more about how our firm can help you, contact us immediately.

Some of the cases that our firm can handle includes, but is not limited to, the following:

Work with Heavyweights: Contact Okabe & Haushalter Now

If you or a loved one has been accused of committing a violent crime, the time to act is now. As one of the nation’s premier law firms, we at Okabe & Haushalter are proud to provide criminal defense that is focused on the preservation of our client’s constitutional rights. We draw upon our vast experience, which has allowed our firm to create a hard-earned reputation for success.

In fact, our firm has earned recognition in the following ways:

  • Inclusion in the Super Lawyers® List
  • The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40
  • Rated of 10.0 Superb on Avvo

If you would like to see how we can stand up for your rights, we encourage you to contact us now! We are here to help you protect your future, freedom, and rights.

Potential Defenses We Could Advance

As in all criminal cases, it is crucial to remember just because you’ve been arrested doesn’t mean you will be convicted. There is still hope. Our firm is intimately knowledgeable of the criminal justice system, and we can help craft an effective defense strategy to protect your rights.

Just some defenses that we may be able to advance on your behalf:

  • Showing that the prosecution’s witness(es) are biased
  • Showing mistakes had been made during police procedure
  • Showing that the prosecution’s story lacks believability

Remember, it is the prosecution’s responsibility to prove the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, which means it is the job of a criminal defense lawyer to create reasonable doubt. This can be done by exposing problems with the credibility, believability, truthfulness, or reliability of the prosecution’s case. At Okabe & Haushalter, that is what we always strive to do.

For aggressive defense that you can count on, we encourage you to contact a Las Vegas violent crime lawyer from Okabe & Haushalter. We offer free consultations!

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