Crimes of Violence


Robert Hambrick Photo 1Violent crimes, especially if they involve firearms or other weapons, are treated very seriously both by judges and prosecutors in Pinellas county. Individuals accused of violent crimes have the right to an attorney, the right to a jury trial, the right to cross-examine witnesses, the right against self-incrimination, and the right to produce evidence. Since violent crime convictions can lead to extremely serious consequences, these cases require an aggressive approach by a professional who understands the ins and outs of legal proceedings and the investigations by law enforcement.

If you’re under investigation from local Tampa Bay law enforcement, from the FBI or from a Grand Jury investigation you need to hire the best Clearwater Criminal Defense Attorney for your needs.Crime defense in Pinellas County & Tampa Bay from attorney Robert Hambrick

As a former prosecutor in Pinellas county, Robert stands ready to vigorously defend his clients, with full knowledge of both sides of the legal system. When the charges are severe, such as homicide, vehicular or negligent homicide, or felony assault, you might well be facing a mandatory prison term if convicted.

In Pinellas County there is even a special division which covers violent crimes, known as division M in which Defendants are often given significant jail terms due to their prior record and the new charged offenses.The extremely serious consequences of violent crime convictions, warrant immediate action from the very beginning. The sooner Robert gets started on your case, the greater the chances for a successful defense. You need the best Criminal Defense Law Attorney for your needs, contact Robert today.