Have You Been Charged With A Violent Crime?
There is a very real possibility that you could face years in prison if you are convicted of a violent crime. Depending on the circumstances such as the severity of the injuries and other factors, prosecutors may decide to pursue extreme sentencing options. This makes it essential that you have a defense that is capable of securing the best possible resolution for you.
Our firm provides the strong defense people need against violent crime charges such as:
- Assault and battery — These cases can evolve from simple disagreements that get to heated to bar fights and other situations. They are not often witnessed by the police and the case against you may rely heavily on competing narratives and who the police and prosecutors find more believable. If a weapon or gun was involved, you may be facing the possibility of increased penalties.
- Armed robbery — The key issue in defending against armed robbery charges is suppressing the identification used against you. Whether the case against you happened on the street, in a store or during a home invasion, we have the skills necessary to fight the case against you.
Defense From A Former Boston Prosecutor
At the offices of Attorney John B. Seed, we are committed to providing people with the strongest possible defense against criminal charges, especially violent crime charges. We offer representation that is backed by experience from the other side of the courtroom. Attorney John B. Seed began his career as a Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney. He eventually was tasked to supervise the Brighton District Court. His knowledge of how a prosecutor would look at a case gives our clients a valuable advantage.
Boston Violent Crimes Attorney Serving All Of Eastern Massachusetts
When you are facing violent crimes charges, you need to take them seriously. Turn to Attorney John B. Seed. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call 508-817-3194 or contact us online.
We have offices in Brighton and New Bedford to make our services more accessible.