Harrisonburg Attorney Defending Clients Charged with Malicious Wounding
In Virginia, malicious wounding is a serious charge that could result in a lengthy prison sentence if convicted. The penalties for someone charged with aggravated malicious wounding are up to life in prison. Additionally, if you are charged with malicious wounding you face a potential jail sentence of 5-20 years. It is important that if you or a loved one is charged with a violent offense, you hire an attorney who has significant experience defending clients charged with these crimes.
The criminal defense team at The Law Office of Louis K. Nagy, PLC, has extensive experience and can effectively defend clients charged with serious and violent offenses. It is often the case that arguments result in physical altercations. We do a thorough investigation into the facts of the case — this includes interviewing eyewitnesses, doing a scene visit and obtaining the police reports. In many of these cases, we might be able argue that the actions our client took were in self defense — resulting in a not guilty verdict or lesser charge. Unlike other firms, we take the time to investigate the case, speak with witnesses, acquire information, and prepare for trial. Our belief in a thorough investigation and aggressive defense will put you in the best possible position to reach a positive outcome with your case.
Experienced Defense Against Violent Crime Charges
Aggravated malicious wounding and malicious wounding are typically defined as the cutting, stabbing, shooting or bludgeoning someone with the intent to permanently disfigure him or her. Count on us to aggressively defend you. We have defended clients in Rockingham, Augusta and Shenandoah Counties charged with various violent offenses — including death penalty cases, murder, shootings, and stabbings. Our goal is to minimize your exposure to the devastating consequences of a conviction for a violent offense.
To speak about your legal issue with an experienced defense attorney at The Law Office of Louis K. Nagy, PLC please call 540-315-8450 or contact us online.