Violent crimes are generally treated the most harshly by judges and prosecutors, but clients can find that it is shockingly easy to be charged with them. In some cases, all a prosecutor needs to see is a police report with an accusation of violence, and some sort of injury on the accuser, for a case to be filed as a felony. Sometimes, a witness isn’t even needed. Many people think these kinds of cases can’t go forward because they are based on “hearsay”. In reality, a case CAN be based on a he-said-she-said situation, making it hard for innocent people to defend themselves.
Because of this, many people accused of violent offenses are actually, truly innocent. Some cases are based on the misidentification of a real wrongdoer. Some situations arise out of a need for self defense, and other times an accuser has an ulterior motive to lie. Alexandra has helped countless clients in situations just like these and more.
When you’re set to appear before a judge for a violent crime, there’s a lot at stake. Give yourself the best possible chance for a satisfactory result by contacting The Law Office of Alexandra Kazarian. She will give your criminal matter the attention it deserves and aggressively pursue your case in the courtroom. Schedule a free consultation with The Law Office of Alexandra Kazarian to start working on your defense right away.
Whittier, California’s The Law Office of Alexandra Kazarian has handled serious and violent criminal matters for 10 years. Violent crime allegations can also be complicated by California’s Three Strikes Law and California’s Gang Enhancement allegations which can double, and sometimes triple a client’s maximum exposure.
Just some of the crimes Alexandra has defended clients against are:
Penal Code 187 Murder
Penal Code 207 Kidnapping
Penal Code 211 Robbery
Penal Code 215 Carjacking
Penal Code 245 Assault
Penal Code 422 PC Criminal Threats
Penal Code 451 Arson
You’ll rest easier knowing that your case is in the hands of an experienced trial lawyer. Get in touch with The Law Office of Alexandra Kazarian today to learn more.