State v. J.A. – First Degree Rape
At the Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, our dedicated violent crime defense attorneys in North Carolina focus on providing tangible solutions for our clients, because we understand what these serious charges mean to their futures.
Violent crimes are composed of four offenses in North Carolina and across the nation, and include aggravated assault, robbery, forcible rape, and murder and nonnegligent manslaughter according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Our criminal defense attorneys and support staff know that when our clients are facing these violent assault charges, it could mean the end of their freedom.
That is why we are here.
In just over a decade, our North Carolina criminal defense law firm has handled over 5,000 cases with uncompromising precision, producing significant results in difficult cases for clients to ensure their criminal charges do not define their futures.
In North Carolina, and throughout the U.S., aggravated assault is defined as an unlawful attack by one person upon another to inflict severe or aggravated bodily injury.
These violent assaults are usually accompanied by a gun, knife, weapon, or other means likely to produce death or great bodily harm.
Our experienced violent crime defense attorneys focus on providing customized legal strategies for each of our clients, so we can pursue the best outcome for their unique circumstances and criminal histories.
When aggravated assault and larceny-theft occur together, the offense falls under the category of robbery, which is also defined as a violent crime in North Carolina.
It is estimated in the U.S. that robberies occur every 13 seconds.
In North Carolina, robberies result from the physical, illegal taking, or attempted taking of another person’s property through the threat of or use of force.
These violent crimes can occur with or without a weapon, to a person, or in a place — like a home, jewelry store, convenience store, or gas station — and are always charged as felonies in North Carolina.
If you have been charged with robbery in North Carolina, you must observe your right to remain silent during an interrogation by law enforcement or the prosecutor’s office and contact an experienced violent crime attorney immediately.
Our experienced robbery and violent crime defense attorneys in North Carolina are available now to discuss your charges, so you are immediately aware of your rights. We will assess your case from all angles and outline the next steps, so you can face your charges with confidence.
Forcible rape is the result of a person engaging in vaginal intercourse with another person by force and against their will. These serious North Carolina violent assault charges can carry a prison sentence of up to 20 years and require the convicted to be recorded as a sex offender on both the state and federal sex offender registries.
At the Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, our experienced violent assault attorneys in North Carolina know that there is a major difference between being accused of rape and being convicted of rape.
The Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution were written to protect our clients who have been accused of a crime, so they are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
Unfortunately, our violent crime defense attorneys in North Carolina know that the public does not see the difference between rape accusations, arrests, charges, and an actual conviction.
Inside our law firm, the courtroom, and everywhere we travel each day that is all we see.
We understand that when our North Carolina residents are charged with a sex crime, their reputations, livelihoods, and very freedom are at stake. That is why we fight so hard to exonerate them from these damaging charges.
At the Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, our North Carolina violent assault defense attorneys know the prosecution has the burden of proving our clients are guilty of a crime.
At Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, our North Carolina rape defense attorneys offer a tactical edge when it comes to defending sex crimes cases by prioritizing facts over allegations and developing effective defense strategies. Our founder and CEO is a former sex crimes prosecutor who has defended some of the most difficult sex crimes cases imaginable. We have a wealth of experience in sex crimes cases. And we understand how prosecutors evaluate and prepare their cases.
That skill and experience have allowed our violent assault defense lawyers in North Carolina to reputably produce real results for our clients through case dismissals, reduced charges, and other recognizably favorable outcomes.
High-level felonies like murder and homicide require prestigious defense representation to guide them through the legal process.
Our North Carolina violent assault defense attorneys at the Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC deliver.
We have procured a Not Guilty verdict on a charge of first-degree murder in the past, and will work diligently to deliver a positive result for each of our clients who have been accused of these crimes.
If you have been charged with homicide or murder in North Carolina, contact our experienced violent assault crime defense attorneys in North Carolina today to discuss the details of your case, so we can develop your case for success.
If you have been accused, charged, or investigated for a violent assault crime in North Carolina, do not leave your future to chance by discussing your case with the investigator or prosecutor’s office without an accomplished North Carolina criminal defense attorney by your side.
Contact our skilled violent crime defense attorneys in North Carolina at the Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC today by calling 919-887-8283 or online to schedule a free consultation to learn how we can empower you to take a stand and pursue real results.
Ask our previous clients how we developed innovative defense strategies for their cases, then contact us to learn how we can help you pursue the best outcome for your unique case.
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