Violent Crimes

Defense Attorneys for Iowans Charged With Violent Crimes


Zealous Defense Attorneys For Iowans Charged With Violent Crimes

Allegations of violent crimes can have great outrage factors. That is, police, prosecutors, juries and the public often demand a rush to justice out of compassion for alleged victims of crimes such as:

  • Murder, Homicide or Manslaughter
  • Assault and battery
  • Kidnapping or false imprisonment
  • Terroristic Threats
  • Arson
  • Burglary
  • Sexual Abuse and Sexual Assault
  • Domestic Violence and Domestic Abuse

If you are charged with a violent crime in State or Federal Court it Can be Difficult to Get a Fair Trial.

The most violent crimes are usually subject to media scrutiny and hype. Often, a juror may have a preconceived opinion of your case. You need attorney who have experience handling high-profile violent felony allegations. Iowa defense lawyers Dean Stowers and Nicholas A. Sarcone have a strong reputation for taking on challenging cases, including those charged with violent crimes such as murder, sexual abuse, robbery, willful injury and the like.

Alleged violent crimes may be charged by local, state or federal law enforcement agents. Whether a weapon was used or whether an alleged crime was a repeat offense may make the difference between felony and misdemeanor charges. Aggravated assault, aggravated domestic abuse, sexual abuse, murder, robbery and burglary are serious charges. We will defend you vigorously If you have been accused of any violent crime anywhere in Iowa or the United States.

The attorneys at our Iowa law firm have a long track record of successful outcomes including in pretrial resolutions, trials and in the appellate courts.

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Zealous, Experienced Defense Attorneys In West Des Moines

Look for a lawyer you can trust as you face a pivotal moment in your life. Talk to us to learn how we can help protect your constitutional rights, your freedom and your future in light your arrest for a violent crime. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with Iowa trial lawyers Dean Stowers and Nicholas A. Sarcone.