Troy Violent Crime Lawyer
Experienced Legal Defenders Protecting Your Rights
At Lopez, Severt & Pratt Co., our Troy violent crime attorneys have over 100 years of experience in criminal law. We know the ins and outs of the criminal justice system and we know how to navigate it effectively on behalf of our clients. When you retain our firm, you can rest assured that you will be represented by a skilled and tenacious legal team who will fight for your rights and seek the best possible outcome for your case.
Ohio Violent Crimes
Ohio law defines violent crimes as those that involve force or the threat of force. Violent crimes can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the circumstances of the crime and the criminal history of the offender.
Some of the most common violent crimes in Ohio include:
- Assault and aggravated assault. This crime involves the threat or use of force against another person. Assault is a misdemeanor and can result in jail time and fines. Aggravated assault is a more serious charge and can result in prison time.
- Domestic violence. This crime involves the use of force or violence against a family member or household member. It can also involve the threat of force or violence against a family member or household member. Domestic violence is a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the circumstances of the case.
- Kidnapping. This crime involves the unlawful restraint of another person. It is considered a felony and can result in prison time.
- Weapons offenses. This crime involves the unlawful possession of a weapon or the unlawful use of a weapon. It is a felony charge and can result in prison time.
- Manslaughter. This crime is the unlawful killing of another person without malice aforethought. It generally involves situations where there was no intent to cause death or serious harm, but the killing occurred due to recklessness, criminal negligence, or the heat of passion.
- Murder. This crime is the intentional and unlawful killing of another person with malice aforethought. Malice aforethought generally refers to the intent to cause death or grievous bodily harm to another person, expressed through deliberate actions.
Strong Defense for Violent Crime Charges in Ohio
Our team will work to protect your rights and your future. We will work to protect your rights and your future. We will work to protect your rights and your future. We will work to protect your rights and your future.
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