Violent Crimes Attorney in Placer County
Honest & Experienced Representation in Rocklin, Auburn, Roseville, and the Surrounding Areas
California law defines violent crimes as any intentional acts of aggression against another person or their property that causes or intends to cause physical harm. California law allows for the possibility of violent crimes to be charged as felonies, and those convicted can receive harsher sentencing. Violent crimes in Placer County are taken seriously by the law and judged harshly in the court of public opinion.
Judges are often predisposed to side with the plaintiff. Between the possible bias and the risk of being deemed a convicted felon, it is essential to secure experienced legal representation to walk you through the judicial system. When jail time and a permanent criminal record are on the line, trust Jacob Law Firm. Our Placer County criminal defense lawyer is ready to defend your rights.
If you have been accused of committing assault, schedule a case review to see your legal options. Our Rocklin attorney Ben Jacob is ready to discuss your situation.
Violent Crimes in California
Being accused of committing a violent crime in California can leave you feeling ashamed and afraid. Not only do these charges carry life-altering penalties, but these penalties will also have long-lasting consequences on your future and your reputation. Criminal accusations are frightening, that is why our Placer County criminal defense attorney is ready to discuss your side of the story and restore your reputation and your freedom.
We have years of experience defending violent crimes, including:
- Robbery – Using force or violence to take another’s property from them
- Battery – Intentionally causing or intending to cause bodily harm to another person
- Assault – Using the threat of violence or actual violence against another human being
- Aggravated Assault – Committing an assault with the use of a deadly weapon
- Kidnapping – Forcibly imprisoning or abducting another person
- Homicide – Unlawfully killing another human being, whether intentionally or through negligence
- Conspiracy to Commit Violent Crime – Planning a violent crime, regardless of if the act occurs
Our firm proudly serves the accused and arrested throughout Sacramento County.