Savannah Violent Crime Lawyer
Aggressive Defense for the Most Serious Charges
The violent nature of certain criminal charges creates an added negative connotation of the person accused of the crime. Even the accusation of certain violent crimes can ruin a reputation, well before the person gets to court. When you need an experienced violent crimes attorney in Savannah, call The Lerch Law Firm for an aggressive trial attorney to fight for you.
Types of Violent Offenses in Georgia
We have represented clients charged with:
- Aggravated assault/battery
- Aggravated stalking
- Armed robbery
- Child molestation
- Domestic violence
- Sex offenses
Our clients often arrive at our office extremely fearful about the future. We understand that you are worried about defending your name and reputation, family relationships, and future. It is important to remember that you are innocent until proven guilty in this country. Our Savannah violent crimes lawyer will treat you with the respect you deserve.
What are the Penalties For Violent Crimes?
Violent crimes generally involve the use of physical force resulting in injury or death. A conviction may result in lengthy prison sentences, financial penalties, and other severe consequences. Being convicted of a violent crime can have long-lasting detrimental effects on a person’s life that continue well after your release from prison.
Discuss Your Legal Options
The best place to start is with a free consultation to learn about your legal options. When preparing a defense, we investigate every aspect of your case, including forensic evidence, witness statements, and other evidence to build a case to establish reasonable doubt. With more than a decade of experience and numerous cases won on behalf of our clients, our Savannah violent crime attorneys look for any potential constitutional violations, procedural mistakes, improper handling of evidence, and other factors to thoroughly prepare your case for trial.
16 Counts Including Forgery Charges Dismissed
DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving
Illegal Gun Possession Dismissed
Possession with Intent to Distribute Dismissed
State of Georgia v. B.B. Case Dismissed
State of Georgia v. C.G. Case Dismissed
State of Georgia v. C.W. DUI reduced
State of Georgia v. E.C. Case Dismissed
State of Georgia v. H.S. Charges Dismissed
Over a Decade of Criminal Defense Experience
Over a Thousand Cases Successfully Handled
AVVO 9.5 Rating
Accessible & Responsive Representation
Free Initial Case Review