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Experienced Representation For Violent Crime Charges

If you have been arrested for any type of violent crime charge, you want an experienced criminal defense attorney to help protect your rights and to work to minimize the charges you face and the potential consequences. At the Law Office of Lorenzo Napolitano, our attorney has more than 15 years of criminal defense experience dealing with cases like these.

He understands how to effectively investigate arrests, how to negotiate with prosecutors and, when necessary, protect his client’s rights during a trial. He explores how to obtain an acquittal or reduce the charges and potential punishment.

Assistance For A Wide Range Of Criminal Charges Involving Violence

Our attorney has represented clients accused of a wide variety of criminal charges, including:

  • Armed robbery
  • Assault
  • Arson
  • Kidnapping
  • Homicide
  • Assault on a police officer
  • Weapons violations
  • Domestic violence
  • Violations of orders for protection

Working To Reduce The Consequences Of Criminal Charges

He is a lawyer who knows the consequences you face when arrested for a violent crime. He also knows that after the jail term, you may have to deal with fines and probation, you may have a difficult time acquiring housing or a job. He works hard to preserve your rights at every stage of the legal process — and eliminate the intimidation you may feel if going through it for the first time.

Was your arrest for a violent crime the result of a case of mistaken identity? Were you merely defending yourself when an altercation broke out? Are you facing domestic violence charges that could negatively impact your immigration status or child visitation privileges after a divorce? Our attorney can help you understand the charges and how to create an effective defense.

Call For A Free Initial Consultation

Call today to 585-512-8185 or send an email message. Contact the Law Office of Lorenzo Napolitano to deal with the consequences of any criminal charge.