Violent Crimes Attorney

A violent crime is defined as a violent act against a person or property that intentionally threatens, inflicts, or attempts to inflict physical harm. Violent crimes are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law as felony charges, which can lead to years in state prison or federal prison, a permanent criminal record, and the loss of rights. The Law Offices of Thomas W. Mote II, PA is here to defend you with 20+ years of experience when you are facing such serious charges.

Attorney Thomas Mote has 20+ years of experience, speaks Spanish fluently, and is licensed in Florida, New York, Texas, and the US District Court of Puerto Rico. 

Types of Violent Crime Cases

The category of violent crimes covers a wide variety of criminal acts. Most are prosecuted as a felony charge, which means the consequences of a conviction are not only severe but life-changing. Without the legal support of an experienced and passionately aggressive violent crimes lawyer, you could face a full sentence and the loss of freedom.

Attorney Thomas Mote zealously defends clients against violent crimes charges that include:

  • Murder
  • Hobbs Act Robbery
  • Kidnapping
  • Assault
  • Conspiracy to Commit a Violent Crime
  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Robbery
  • Aggravated Assault

Call the Law Offices of Thomas W. Mote II, PA Today

For a skilled lawyer who can defend you or your loved one from the consequences of a violent crimes conviction in Florida, you need to call the Law Offices of Thomas W. Mote II, P.A. as soon as possible. Attorney Mote is not afraid to fight for you and your freedom.

Call him today at Contact the Law Offices of Thomas W. Mote II, P.A. for a free initial case consultation in English or Spanish, call (305) 374-MOTE (6683) or WhatsApp +1 786 525 9362.

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