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Violent Crimes Attorneys in Austin

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Violent crimes carry with them a certain stigma that can make it very difficult for offenders to find jobs or housing. In many cases, it has a devastating effect on personal relationships and on your entire future.

To maximize your chances of avoiding penalties and at getting your charges reduced or even dismissed, it is imperative that you get in touch with an experienced Austin violent crimes lawyer.

Carroll Troberman, PLLC offers case evaluations. Our attorneys share 30 years of experience and have a respected relationship with Austin area courts, prosecution, and judges. Call (512) 772-2442!

What Is Considered a Violent Crime?

A violent crime takes place when force is used to physically injure another person. When a weapon is involved, the seriousness of the crime raises exponentially.

The following are considered violent crimes:

There is little tolerance for those who are believed to have committed violent crimes. In many cases, these crimes are punished with steep fines and lengthy time in jail or prison.

How Do Police Investigate Violence Crimes in TX?

Police investigations of violent crimes in Texas typically follow a structured and comprehensive process to gather evidence, identify suspects, and build a case for prosecution. The specific steps and procedures may vary depending on the type of violent crime, but here is a general overview of how police investigate violent crimes in Texas:

  • Report and Initial Response
  • Evidence Collection
  • Witness Interviews
  • Surveillance Footage and Records
  • Autopsies and Medical Examinations
  • Suspect Identification
  • Interrogations and Interviews
  • Evidence Analysis
  • Case File Preparation
  • Prosecution

The process of investigating violent crimes in Texas involves the collaboration of law enforcement agencies, forensic experts, and the district attorney's office. The specific steps may vary depending on the nature and complexity of the case.

It's important to note that all investigations must respect the constitutional rights of individuals involved, including Miranda rights and the right to legal counsel during interrogations and legal proceedings.

Why Hire Carroll Troberman, PLLC?

With thousands of cases handled, the Austin criminal defense attorneys at Carroll Troberman, PLLC have the experience and knowledge necessary to provide sound legal guidance to each and every one of their clients. Our firm is proud to maintain a high standard of excellence and is not afraid to aggressively represent our clients in court. Due to our many years of experience, we have a respected reputation in the Austin legal community and are proud of our professional relationships with prosecution and judges alike. We can put all of this to work for you as we investigate and construct a case to defend your future and protect your rights throughout case proceedings.

To learn more about how we can help you, contact our firm today.

Commonly Asked Questions

What are the consequences of being convicted of a violent crime?

Being convicted of a violent crime can result in steep fines and lengthy jail or prison time. It can also have a lasting impact on your personal relationships and future prospects, making it difficult to find employment or housing.

How can an experienced violent crimes lawyer help me?

An experienced violent crimes lawyer can provide you with sound legal guidance and aggressively represent you in court. They can investigate your case, gather evidence, and construct a strong defense strategy to protect your rights and minimize the potential consequences.

What is the difference between assault and battery?

Assault refers to the act of intentionally causing apprehension of harmful or offensive contact, while battery involves the actual physical contact and harm inflicted on another person. Both are considered violent crimes and can carry severe penalties.

Can I be charged with robbery if I didn't use a weapon?

Yes, you can be charged with robbery even if you didn't use a weapon. Robbery involves the use of force or threat of force to take someone's property against their will. The presence of a weapon can escalate the seriousness of the crime.

What should I do if I have been accused of a violent crime?

If you have been accused of a violent crime, it is important to seek legal representation immediately. Contact an experienced violent crimes lawyer who can guide you through the legal process, protect your rights, and build a strong defense strategy.

Can I get my charges reduced or dismissed?

It is possible to get your charges reduced or dismissed with the help of an experienced violent crimes lawyer. They can assess the details of your case, identify any weaknesses in the prosecution's evidence, and negotiate with the prosecution to secure a favorable outcome.

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