Los Angeles Violent Crime Attorney
Have You Been Charged With A Violent Crime?
Violent crimes in California range from simple assault to capital murder. These offenses can carry stiff penalties including fines, jail time and, depending on the severity of the offense, can count as a strike on your criminal record under California's three strikes law. If you are facing charges for any type of assault or violent crime, be sure you have an experienced Los Angeles criminal defense attorney on your side. At Cron, Israels & Stark, we have been fighting to protect the rights of people throughout the
Los Angeles area who have been charged with all types of violent crimes.
Aggressively Defending Your Rights in Los Angeles
When you hire our firm, you can count on us to pursue every legal option available to reach a positive outcome in your case. Our attorneys will work diligently in examining all the evidence to find weaknesses in the prosecution's case. We follow up on leads and witnesses that may have been missed in the initial investigation and will build the most compelling case we can in your defense.
We defend clients against a wide variety of violent crime charges, including:
Contact a Los Angeles criminal lawyer from our office today to discuss your case with one of our attorneys. At Cron, Israels & Stark, we will help you understand the legal issues involved in your case. We are available to meet during regular business hours in our Santa Monica office and by appointment during evenings and weekends. Our legal staff will strive to provide you an aggressive and committed defense in order to obtain the best possible outcome in your case.
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Related Violent Crime Stories in the News:
Los Angeles Times - "Doctor is Subject of Interest in Santa Monica Model's Murder"
A physician with ties to a model who was killed in Santa Monica in 2008 and to the woman accused of murdering her is a "subject of interest" in the investigation and has fled the country. Those allegations about a Marina Del Rey doctor, came at a hearing in which bail for the accused woman was raised to $3.5 million after prosecutors convinced the judge that she was a flight risk.
Los Angeles Times - "10 Years On, Teens' Double Murder Still haunts in La Crescenta"
A man convicted of double murder in La Crescenta, California is serving two life terms in the deaths of 2 teenage boys found at a La Crescenta school. His family still believes justice wasn't served.
Los Angeles Times - "Three West Hollywood Homicide Victims Were Targeted"
A triple murder inside a West Hollywood apartment building may be tied to a robbery attempt. The victims were found dead in various parts of one apartment in the building. The two brothers were tenants of the apartment. There was no sign of forced entry or struggle, and no drugs or weapons were found at the scene.
Los Angeles Times - "FBI and LAPD Join Forces to Solve More Than Two Dozen Homicide Cases"
Named Operation Save Our Streets, the effort began July 1 and teamed six FBI agents with a few dozen LAPD homicide detectives who work in some of the city's bloodiest, most gang-saturated neighborhoods. With the agents came half a dozen vehicles, badly needed computers and hard drives, and access to the FBI's forensic laboratory and surveillance equipment.
Los Angeles Times - "Clock is Ticking on First Execution at San Quentin's New Death Chambers"
A California death row inmate is scheduled to be put to death via lethal injection in the newly remodeled death chamber that has undergone a remodel and is now four times larger than the old chamber. A state appeals court on lifted an injunction against executions, clearing away the last legal hurdle to fulfilling the death warrant issued by a Riverside County judge.