Experience Successfully Dealing with Serious Felonies
If you are facing charges for a crime of violence, it is imperative that you take action as soon as possible. Whether you have been accused of a violent crime on the pretense of mistaken identification, fabricated evidence, false testimony, or overzealous prosecution, our team at Wilfert Law, PC can fight for your rights and protect your freedom. We have over a decade of experience collectively and are led by a former Deputy District Attorney. Our tenacious violent crimes defense attorneys are prepared to investigate your case and offer a strong defense on your behalf.
Understanding California Three Strikes Law
California Penal Code § 667.5(c) discusses crimes that count as a strike under California's Three Strikes Law, including serious violent felonies. Three strikes can result in a sentence of life in prison. Understanding the severity of this penalty is essential for people who are charged with a violent crime because many offenses are considered “strikes” under California law.
California leads the nation for harsh sentencing for violent crime offenders. Many individuals are rightly charged with this offense but some innocent individuals are subjected to false accusations or overly aggressive prosecutions and subsequent convictions.
Violent crimes considered a "strike":
Convictions for committing any type of violent crime can result in serious penalties, even if they are not considered a strike.
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No matter what type of violent crime you have been charged with, it is essential to take immediate action. A conviction for crimes involving weapons, attempted murder, domestic violence, or assault and battery can have serious criminal and civil penalties on your life. Even if a violent crime is committed without a weapon, the punishment in California can be severe.
Your future and reputation could be in danger, which is why you must enlist the help of our firm right away. At Wilfert Law, PC, we are prepared to fight for your freedom and to gather all available evidence in support of your innocence.