Violent Crimes

Crimes of violence frequently are very serious offenses that can have long-lasting consequences for alleged offenders. While some of these charges are classified as misdemeanors, a majority of the crimes are felony offenses.

A person who is convicted of any of these charges not only faces the possibility of a lengthy prison sentence and incredibly steep fines, but the impact of the criminal record can be especially devastating. If you are convicted of a crime of violence, it can drastically affect your employment possibilities, your right to own a firearm, and your ability to receive certain forms of government assistance.

If you have been charged with any crime of a violent nature, you should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Kordalis Law represents clients all over the greater Dayton area who have been accused of assault, homicide, manslaughter, murder, or other charges.

Karl Kordalis has the experience you need if you are facing criminal charges, and he will aggressively pursue the most favorable outcome to your case. Call (937) 224-1212 right now to have him review your case during a free, confidential consultation.

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