For a strong defense against serious charges, trust Patrick S. Aguirre as your violent crime attorney in Rancho Cucamonga CA
Have you been charged with a crime involving the use of force or violence? If convicted, you could face incarceration plus the hardship of being labeled a violent offender for the rest of your life. This could prejudice potential employers against you and really limit your future. The best way to protect yourself from any unmerited or unduly harsh punishment is to hire a skilled violent crime attorney in Rancho Cucamonga CA like Patrick S. Aguirre to defend you.
Get The Right Defense Strategy for Your Case
Because every case is unique and every defendant is an individual, it is not possible to provide a one-size-fits-all defense, as some overworked attorneys try to do. With Patrick S. Aguirre as your violent crime attorney in Rancho Cucamonga CA, you will receive personal attention and a defense tailored to your needs. Attorney Aguirre will do everything in his power to limit the stress and fear that come along with a violent crime charge by keeping you involved and updated on the progress of the case every step of the way. Attorney Aguirre knows all the best defense strategies for the following types of violent crimes, and you can trust him to select and implement the best possible strategy given the facts of your case:
- 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 Rancho Cucamonga CA Still Help?
Definitely. First of all, remember that just because evidence exists does not necessarily mean it is admissible. There are many ways of weakening the evidence against you. For example, it any evidence was acquired without a proper search warrant, your violent crime attorney in Rancho Cucamonga CA can file a motion to have it excluded from the case. When illegal evidence is thrown out, the case against you may fall apart, resulting in the charges being dropped.
In cases where the prosecution’s evidence really is perfect, Attorney Aguirre will focus on securing a plea deal for you. This will resolve your case quickly and ensure you receive the most lenient sentence possible in exchange for your guilty plea.
Need Help with a Three Strikes Case?
For defendants with two prior Strike offenses on their record, charges for a third violent felony must be taken extremely seriously. In addition to the penalties for the violent crime, you could face a Third Strike sentence enhancement of 25 years to life. As your violent crime attorney in Rancho Cucamonga CA, Patrick S. Aguirre can handle all the additional complications presented by a Third Strike offense. There are three ways to win a Three Strikes case:
- Beat it: If you are not convicted of the current felony charge, you won’t get a Third Strike--or any sentence at all.
- Reduce it: If the current felony or any of your past convictions were wobblers that could have been charged as misdemeanors, Attorney Aguirre can fight to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor. Misdemeanors do not count as Strikes.
- Strike it: Prosecutors must establish that prior Strikes were valid in order to secure a Three Strikes conviction. Attorney Aguirre may be able to convince them that this will be too difficult, in which case they can strike a past Strike, thereby making the current offense a Second Strike rather than a Third.
Remember, Attorney Aguirre Will Not Give Up on You
No matter how daunting the case against you may seem, Attorney Aguirre will do everything in his power to help. He has a history of taking--and winning--cases that other defense attorneys deemed hopeless. He will find a way to help you.
To learn more about how Patrick S. Aguirre can help you as your violent crime attorney in Rancho Cucamonga CA, please dial 800-572-1252 and request your free consultation.