Violent Crime Lawyers in Anchorage
Qualified Legal Representation from Offices in Anchorage & Wasilla
If you have been accused or are currently under investigation for a violent crime in Alaska, you could be facing a lengthy prison sentence that could last a lifetime or even the death penalty. It’s imperative to seek help from an experienced and skilled attorney in order to protect your rights, reputation, and freedom.
At Denali Law Group, we are prepared to provide the proper guidance and clarity when facing significant charges. With more than 75 years of legal experience, our legal team has the in-depth knowledge of Alaska laws and court proceedings in order to help you obtain the outcome you desire.
Types of Violent Crimes We Handle
Every case presents its own unique variables and circumstances. Our Anchorage violent crime defense lawyers conduct thorough investigations into your case, gather evidence, analyze evidence collected by law enforcement, and consult with our pool of professional experts in order to develop an aggressive and personalized strategy for you.
We handle the following violent crime cases:
These cases can be incredibly complex and a lot is at stake. In addition, arrests can be made for people in the wrong place at the wrong time and in cases of mistaken identity. Whatever the situation, it is vital you retain the help of an attorney who has your best interests at heart, and who will fight for the resolution you deserve.
A Former Prosecutor on Your Side
Aside from long prison sentences and expensive fines, facing violent crime charges can make your life extremely difficult. You may have trouble finding employment, risk losing custody of your children, and cause significant damage to your personal relationships.
As a former prosecutor, our founding attorney can anticipate how the prosecution will approach your case, giving you a huge legal advantage in court. Do not hesitate to get the legal assistance you need to obtain the justice you deserve.
Contact Denali Law Groupand request a case evaluation today.