For a strong defense against serious charges, trust Patrick S. Aguirre as your violent crime attorney in Long Beach CA
Have you been arrested for and charged with any kind of violent misdemeanor or felony crime? A conviction could be extremely detrimental to your future. Depending on the charge, you may have to spend time in county jail or state prison, and you will certainly have to deal with the stigma of being labeled a violent offender. Rather than just wait and see how your case will turn out, it is imperative to be proactive. Hire a skilled violent crime attorney in Long Beach CA like Patrick S. Aguirre now so he can immediately begin working for your defense.
Get The Right Defense Strategy for Your Case
In his work as a violent crime attorney in Long Beach CA, Patrick S. Aguirre is passionate about ensuring that every client receives a personalized defense strategy tailored to the specifics of their case. Attorney Aguirre will work hard to uncover any relevant evidence that could help to disprove the charges against you and prevent a conviction. He will leverage his detailed knowledge of the law on violent crimes--earned in a 20-year career in criminal defense--to make sure you receive the best possible defense for charges like:
- Assault with a Deadly Weapon
- Domestic Violence
- Sex Crimes
- Attempted Murder
Now You May Wonder…
…What if the Evidence Against Me is Really Strong? Can a Violent Crime Attorney in Long Beach CA Still Help?
Definitely. Remember, just because police and prosecutors assure you the case against you is quite strong does not necessarily mean it is. As your violent crime attorney in Long Beach CA, Patrick S. Aguirre will carefully review all of the prosecution’s evidence to see if any of it is weak or illegal. Examples of illegal evidence include the results of warrantless searches and coerced confessions. If the prosecution’s case is weakened sufficiently, they may realize they can’t win in court and decide to drop the charges.
If there really is no way to combat the evidence against you, Attorney Aguirre can still help by making sure you receive a fair and lenient sentence as part of a plea deal.
Need Help with a Three Strikes Case?
Violent felonies are among the crimes that can count as Strikes and subject you to serious sentencing enhancements. If you are facing charges for a Third Strike offense, you could be sentenced to 25 years to life, in addition to the normal penalties for the offense. As your violent crime attorney in Long Beach CA, Patrick S. Aguirre can handle all the additional complications presented by a Third Strike offense. For example he may able to:
- Beat it: Obviously, if Attorney Aguirre can prove you are innocent of the current felony charge, you will not receive a Three Strikes sentence.
- Reduce it: Because misdemeanors do not count as Strikes, getting a felony charge reduced to a misdemeanor can be a very effective way of avoiding a Three Strikes Sentence.
- Strike it: Both prosecutors and judges have the ability to dismiss past Strikes if the past offense does not really qualify or if they think the defendant deserves more lenient treatment. If Attorney Aguirre can convince them to do this, you will not face a Third Strike sentence.
Remember, Attorney Aguirre Will Not Give Up on You
No matter how hopeless your situation may seem, don’t give up. Attorney Aguirre won’t. In many cases, he has taken on clients other attorneys had given up on and helped them to secure advantageous outcomes by showing they were innocent, overcharged, or misunderstood.
To learn more about how Patrick S. Aguirre can help you as your violent crime attorney in Long Beach CA, please dial 800-572-1252 and request your free consultation.