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Your Top Priority When Facing Violent Crime Charges

If the police accuse you of committing a violent crime either by harming or threatening to harm another individual, you need to speak with a trial lawyer immediately. These crimes could have a lasting impact not only on your relationship with your family but also on your freedom. Even a misdemeanor like simple assault could have a lasting impact. You could face jail time, community control sanctions, anger management classes, a hefty fine or a restraining order.

You cannot afford not to be represented by a trial attorney with many years of experience in this area of law. A violent crime conviction could mean many years in prison with the worst offenders in the state or, if convicted of murder, life imprisonment. You owe it to yourself to do whatever is necessary to fight the charges and protect your freedom and future.

A Former Prosecutor Who Can Fight For You

At Kelley Ferraro, LLC, you can get a former prosecutor on your side with more than a decade of legal experience. Our criminal defense lawyer understands that the best defense is usually a good offense, and because he’s played on the offense team, he knows how to anticipate their moves. This experience proves invaluable when fighting charges that could haunt you for a lifetime.

You can turn to us for a knowledgeable, determined defense against any kind of Ohio violent crime charges including:

  • Murder
  • Homicide
  • Robbery
  • Aggravated burglary
  • Felonious assault
  • Simple assault
  • Domestic abuse

Whether a misdemeanor or felony, a conviction for any of these offenses can follow you for a lifetime. We will work tirelessly to prevent that from happening.

Protect Your Future And Freedom: Take Advantage Of A Free Consultation

You have nothing to lose – and everything to gain – by reaching out today for a free, no-obligation consultation. You can also call our attorney in Cleveland directly at 888-981-1418.

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