If you have been charged with a violent crime and feel like there is no hope of ever defending yourself, you've come to the right place. These charges carry a weight that demands an aggressive approach, one that few attorneys are qualified to provide.
You would be hard pressed to find legal advocates as dedicated as ours. Not only do we care about your case, we are committed to doing whatever we can to secure a positive outcome. Greg McCormack is a former Army JAG officer, and Jarrett McCormack's client base is largely comprised of active-duty service members, giving them a unique perspective that can work in your favor. While your charges are certainly serious, you are not without hope.
Most violent crimes are tried as felonies, simply because of the seriousness of the offense. To make matters worse, many violent crime convictions carry serious collateral consequences in addition to jail time, so the most important time to fight your conviction is here and now.
The state may consider any of the following a violent crime:
According to the law, even the most minor offense is punishable with up to one year in jail and a $2,500 fine. Penalties become more serious in accordance with the crime. One of the most damaging things you can do is simply sit back and accept the consequences – this is a choice that will haunt you for years. Exercise your constitutional right to legal counsel!
During our combined 40 years of experience, we have aggressively fought back against the commonwealth on behalf of our clients. We're proud of our case results and believe that they are indicative of the levels of success we achieve each and every day. McCormack & McCormack is a firm you can rely on, no matter how complex your charges may seem.
Get in touch with our firm right away. We look forward to making a difference in your future.