Aggressive Representation Against Violent Crimes
If you have been arrested and charged with a violent crime, you owe it to yourself to act quickly. Penalties for a conviction are numerous, serious and have lasting consequences. You have rights that must be protected.
At The Law Office of Matthew E. Bennett, our attorneys have decades of experience effectively protecting the rights of individuals throughout Maryland who are facing criminal charges. We know how state and federal courts operate and will do everything in our power to help you avoid punishments such as jail time, fines, a criminal record and damage to your reputation.
Don’t postpone the selection of your defense attorney while prosecutors could be mounting a credible case against you. Contact our law office in Silver Spring today for the aggressive representation you need and the attentive personal service you deserve.
Skilled Defense Lawyers For Your Violent Crimes Case
We are experienced in handling the defense of violent crimes, including:
- Domestic violence
- Violent sex crimes
- Armed robbery
- Simple assault
- Aggravated assault
- Assault and battery
- Assault on a police officer
Our skilled attorneys know how to investigate the charges against you, get to the bottom of your arrest, collect evidence that corroborates your version of events and solicit expert testimony that can make a positive difference. From the start to finish of your case, you and your family can have complete confidence that your rights will be respected and protected both in and out of court.
If you were arrested for a violent crime while enrolled as a student at a high school, prep school, college or university in Maryland, we can handle your case and spare your out-of-state parents considerable worry and travel expenses.
If you have already been tried and convicted for a violent crime and are considering an appeal, arrange to speak with our lawyers as soon as possible.
The Law Office of Matthew E. Bennett always puts you, the client, first. We serve clients in a region that extends from Baltimore and Annapolis to the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.