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Minneapolis Violent Crime Lawyers
Charged with a Violent Crime? Call Our Firm for Help!
More than almost any other category of crime, violent crimes have the potential to change the course of your life for the worse. Penalties for these crimes are often significant, as they include charges such as domestic violence, assault, and murder – all of which are viewed harshly by prosecutors and juries. If convicted, you could be looking at significant prison time, in addition to expensive fines and a debilitating criminal record.
If you believe that you are suspected of a violent crime in Minneapolis – or if you have already been charged with a violent crime – you need the assistance of a seasoned and proven criminal defense attorney. At Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A., our experienced legal team can stand by your side during this difficult time. Available to our clients 24/7, we have represented thousands of defendants in jury trials, and we know how to present the strong and fair defense you deserve.
Accused of a violent crime in Minnesota? We encourage you to get in touch with a member of our team at Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. as soon as possible. Call us at (612) 444-5020 today.
Violent Crimes in Minnesota
Because violent crimes are so serious, most of these charges will be classified as felonies. In Minnesota, penalties for any type of homicide (including attempted murder, manslaughter, and vehicular homicide) can be particularly severe. While the penalties for violent crimes do vary depending on the gravity and seriousness of the allegations, there is no doubt that a single violent crime charge can impact the rest of your life. Even if you are only a first-time offender, prosecutors will likely seek the maximum penalties and use all available resources to prove their case.
Types of violent crimes in the state of Minnesota include:
- Assault and battery
- Domestic violence and spousal abuse
- Sexual assault and rape
- Terroristic threats
- Aggravated robbery
- Stalking and harassment
- Weapons offenses
- Disorderly conduct
- Child abuse or neglect
- Kidnapping / false imprisonment
Defense Lawyers with Prosecutorial Experience
It can be very overwhelming and frightening to face the prospect of a jury trial for your violent crime charges, so it’s important to hire the right legal counsel from the outset of your case. At Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A, our team is known for aggressive criminal defense strategies, as well as for our commitment to helping our clients achieve successful outcomes. We have more than 100 years of collective experience, and each of our attorneys has received numerous accolades and achievements —including mentions in the list of Super Lawyers® and The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers. Both of our partners have also served as former prosecutors, which has given them a distinct advantage in the courtroom.
Serving Minneapolis, St. Paul & Greater Minnesota
If you have been accused of a violent crime, you have a lot on the line — maybe more than you realize. Your freedom and reputation could be at stake. You owe it to yourself to secure a strong legal defense as soon as possible. Two of our Minneapolis criminal defense attorneys are Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist, with certifications from the Minnesota State Bar Board of Legal Specialization.
Contact Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. at (612) 444-5020 for a free case evaluation!
1. Don’t Talk to the Police!
It’s crucial to know that while you should remain respectful with authorities, you have the right to remain silent. This a right protected by the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which makes it clear individuals are protected from being compelled to be a witness against him / herself in criminal matters.
It’s important to note that:
- Talking will not help you avoid an arrest. If law enforcement has probable cause to arrest you, then they will arrest you.
- By speaking, you risk making a confession or providing information that can be used to indict you, even unknowingly.
- Even if you feel that information being discussed is “harmless,” it is still in your best interest to invoke your Fifth Amendment right.
2. Ask for a Lawyer!As soon as you can you should elect your right to have a defense attorney present. A Minnesota criminal defense lawyer or public defender can ensure the police do not violate your rights and help you avoid saying anything incriminating during questioning. Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so that we can be by your side whenever you need us. Call now!
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