St. Louis Missouri Violent Crime Lawyer
How important is your freedom to you? Tyson Mutrux and the criminal defense attorneys at The Mutrux Law Firm have a successful track record of defending clients who have been faced with serious criminal charges, including a variety of violent crimes. If you have been arrested for serious criminal charges that involve violence, you are facing severe legal consequences and should hire legal representation immediately.
Contact us today online or at 314-270-2273 or 573-268-7316 to set up a free initial consultation with Tyson Mutrux regarding your violent crime case.
Violent crimes are harshly punished in the state of Missouri. If you have been arrested for committing a violent crime, you may be facing a sentence of life in prison or the death penalty, depending upon the individual circumstances of your case. A conviction of any of the following crimes will result in extremely serious penalties:
- Murder and Homicide
- Vehicular Manslaughter
- Gang Crimes
To determine whether a crime is classified as “violent,” the following factors will be taken into account:
If the crime was intentional
If a firearm was used in conjunction with the crime
The degree of injury suffered by the victim
In the event that you are convicted of a violent crime, you may have to pay expensive monetary fines, seek anger management classes, and serve a term in jail or prison. In certain cases, a violent crime conviction may result in the death penalty. Due to the serious legal repercussions, it is imperative that you hire an accomplished and aggressive violent criminal defense attorney to represent your case. Because of the risks for you and your family, you should not attempt to represent yourself when your freedom and future are in jeopardy.
If you have been charged with a violent crime, The Mutrux Law Firm criminal defense team has the skills and experience to defend your rights in court. Contact Tyson Mutrux and the skilled lawyers at The Mutrux Law Firm to talk about your case for no cost or obligation. Remember, if you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you!