Violent crimes in Maryland cover a range of acts from a shoving match to robbery with a weapon. The outcome of being charged with a violent crime carries heavy time with 10 to 20 years for a first offense and second or subsequent offenses have much longer sentences with mandatory minimums for repeat offense. Under Maryland law the severity of the penalty defends on the nature of the violent offense, the classification and mandatory minimums with a conviction.
Many violent offenses are classified as a misdemeanor but majority are considered felonies. Throughout the state of Maryland violent crimes are treated seriously by prosecutors and judges.
- Robbery & Aggravated Robbery
- First-Degree Assault
- Second-Degree Assault
- Aggravated Assault
- Sexual Assault
- Domestic Violence
- Murder, Manslaughter, Criminally Negligent Homicide
- Attempted Murder
- Felony Murder
- Gang Crimes
- Kidnapping or Abduction
The best chance of avoiding the severe consequences of being convicted of a violent crime in Maryland is to contact our team of skilled criminal defense lawyers.
Amaral Criminal law has the knowledge and experience to help those facing charges of violent crimes in Maryland
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