One of the main aims of society is to provide for the safety of its members. Violent crimes receive top priority from law enforcement and the criminal justice system. If you are facing charges of having committed a violent crime you need to understand that you may be facing very harsh penalties.Individuals accused of violent crimes often understand the danger of a conviction.

The question, however, is who can defend them against such serious charges? Violent crimes are serious criminal offenses that carry the possibility for substantial jail time and a permanent criminal record. You should immediately consult with an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney.You may be able to obtain a favorable outcome for your case by working with an experienced criminal defense attorney. Mr. Gore has an in-depth understanding of Virginia & District laws governing these offenses and he are not afraid to challenge evidence gathered by the government. The earlier you get the Law Office of Mark B. Gore on your side, the sooner we can develop a winning strategy for your case. Depending up on the circumstances, felony offenses may be reduced to misdemeanors and punishments can be reduced from substantial jail sentences to probation and community service. In certain cases, charges may be dropped altogether.Facing the possibility of devastating convictions, it is essential you get an aggressive, respected lawyer on your side.

At the Law Office of Mark B. Gore, we offer honest representation for people facing violent crime charges. Mr. Gore always works relentlessly to ensure that every one of his clients gets the best possible outcome. Mr. Gore has decades of experience defending individuals charged with a wide variety of violent crimes. We are committed to protecting the rights of our clients from overzealous prosecutors and laws that fail to differentiate between those caught in a bad set of circumstances and those who are truly a danger to society. We will work to ensure that your side of the story is heard by a judge or jury.Violent crimes charges are often the most serious charges you can face in Virginia, and the Law Office of Mark B. Gore will aggressively attack whatever violent offense charges you face.We will work vigorously to defend anyone charged with:

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After learning the details of your situation, we examine the evidence and analyze every aspect of your case — from every possible angle. We understand that things are rarely as simple as they may seem, so we dig below the surface to get to the root of the issue. For instance, if you are facing drug charges and have a drug addiction, we will work with you and your family to get you the help you need — rather than a prison sentence.

The gravity of the offense, that is the nature of the violent act and the injuries sustained by the alleged victim, play a significant role in the punishment you may face and the complexity of your case. Punishment for serious violent crimes can range from years in prison to life imprisonment or in some circumstances, the death penalty.

When you are facing violent crime charges, you need to do everything you can to ensure that you are able to secure a positive outcome. Turn to the experience of Fairfax criminal defense attorney Mark B. Gore. To schedule your free initial consultation, call (703)385-7300, or contact us online. We offer a variety of payment plans and accept all major credit cards.

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You have the right to more than just an attorney — you have the right to the best legal counsel possible. If you are facing criminal charges in Northern Virginia or Washington, DC Mark B. Gore stands ready to fight for you. Call us at 703-385-7300 or contact us online.

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