California Three Strikes Lawyer
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The "Three Strikes" statute originated from the Violent Crime
Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994. This statute provides for mandatory
minimum imprisonment of 25 years to life if convicted of three separate
violent or serious felonies. Its goal is to create a "tough on crime"
policy that is used to eliminate recidivism. There are numerous states
around the nation that have implemented three strike laws, and California
has one of the most far-reaching and severe three strikes punishments.
Some common examples of serious "strike" crimes include:
- Terrorist threats
- Voluntary manslaughter
- Attempted murder
- Sexual abuse of a child under the age of 14
- Certain drug-related crimes
If your charge is considered your third strike, or if you are fighting
to have your charge not being counted as a strike, it is crucial that
you act fast. See what our experienced Fairfield three strikes lawyer
can do to protect your future.
Get aggressive defense immediately. Schedule a
Facing Life in Prison for a Relatively Minor Crime?
Unfortunately, with such a strict law in place, many individuals who commit
relatively minor crimes, yet have a criminal history, may be subject to
extremely harsh punishment. If you have been arrested and are facing a
third strike, the freedom that you enjoy may be at stake for the rest
of your life.
Contact Our Criminal Lawyers in Solano County & Napa County: (888) 744-3057
At The Maher Law Group, APC, we have an in-depth understanding of three
strike laws and what is at stake in your situation. From calling prior
strikes into question to negotiating with the prosecution or even asking
the judge for a cancelation of the strike, we are able to utilize a number
of cutting-edge methods to help.
To learn more about how we can take on your case,
now at (888) 744-3057!