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Violent Crimes Lawyer in Brazoria County

Protecting Your Rights & Fighting for Your Freedom

When it comes to being charged with a violent crime, you can't afford to waste any time. At Crenshaw & Purvis, our experienced legal team is dedicated to getting you the results that you need and deserve. These are serious crimes that are often prosecuted relentlessly by the state of Texas, which is why it is vital that you have an experienced team of criminal defense lawyers by your side every step of the way.

While you may expect the state to be impartial throughout the entire legal process, this is often not the case when it comes to violent crimes. You will find that prosecutors often view violent crimes as some of the most serious crimes that an individual can commit, causing them to pursue your case incessantly. You won't find much sympathy from the state, which is why our team of Brazoria County violent crime lawyers works tirelessly to make sure that you are being treated fairly and justly.

Have you been arrested for committing a violent crime? Call Crenshaw & Purvis today at (979) 200-4746 or contact us online to meet with our violent crimes attorney in Angleton!

What Are The Different Types of Violent Crimes?

Some common examples of violent crimes include:

  • Aggravated sexual assault
  • Aggravated assault
  • Assault & battery
  • Homicide
  • Robbery
  • Manslaughter
  • Malicious mischief
  • Child molestation and possession of pornography

What is the punishment for a violent crime?

The penalties for being convicted of a violent crime vary depending on the severity of the crime and how that crime is classified legally.

  • Murder is a capital felony and is punishable by life in prison.
  • Aggravated sexual assault is a first degree felony and is punishable by a minimum of 25 years in prison under certain circumstances.
  • Robbery, manslaughter, and sexual assault are examples of second degree felonies and are punishable by 2-20 years in state prison and/or a fine of up to $10,000.

Contact our experienced attorney today

A violent crime conviction stays on your criminal record and can have long-lasting consequences on your ability to get a job. Additionally, these crimes are often used against you during child custody hearings. At Crenshaw & Purvis, we understand the seriousness of these crimes, which is why our team is prepared to fight for the best results for a fair price. You shouldn't have to go through this alone; allow our skilled team to help you.

Contact Crenshaw & Purvis today for a FREE consultation!

Why Should You Hire Crenshaw & Purvis?

  • Over 55 Years of Combined Experience

  • Established Track Record of Proven Success

  • Focused Practice on Criminal Defense and DWI

  • Honest, Knowledgeable, Professional Representation

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