Providing the best defense against people charged with committing violent crimes
A conviction for violent crimes such as domestic violence, assault and battery, or felonious assault can carry severe, life-altering consequences. Whether those consequences include fines, community service or jail or prison time, you need an experienced defense attorney on your side.
The Michigan violent crimes lawyers at Barberi Law, have over five decades of combined experience guiding clients through the legal process. As a former prosecutor, Joe Barberi knows both sides of the criminal justice system. It will be Barberi Law’s goal to limit your exposure to consequences and shield you from adverse consequences from the criminal justice system. Clients come to our offices with several questions, such as:
- What happens if you’re a minor arrested for a violent crime?
- Will I go to prison?
- Will I have to register as a sex offender?
No matter your situation, we encourage you to contact our office to schedule a consultation with one of our criminal law experts.
Have you been charged with a robbery or another violent crime?
- Will the charges be more severe if you used a weapon during a robbery?
In general, yes, the charges and related consequences will be more severe if you have used a weapon or brandished it in a threatening manner. Michigan also has a “one with gun gets you two” statute that adds two years to your minimum sentence. It is our goal to get your charges reduced or dismissed altogether whenever possible.
- I have been charged with a violent crime. What should I do?
Facing criminal charges can be frightening and frustrating. The first thing you need to do, however, is to ensure that your rights are protected. Getting a skilled criminal defense attorney involved in your case sooner rather than later greatly increases your chances for a successful outcome. The sooner the attorneys at Barberi Law are contacted, the sooner we can begin developing your defense strategy.