Non-Violent Crimes Lawyers in Annapolis & Centreville

Attentive & Assertive Representation for Non Violent Crimes

What is a Non-Violent Crime?

Non-violent crimes are criminal offenses that do not include the injury or the use of force to another person. Examples of non-violent crimes include citations, legal violations, property crimes or theft. While violent crime charges can be more severe, non-violent criminal charges in Maryland can bear heavy consequences.

Even without the use of force or resulting injury, legal penalties can be severe with a lasting and dramatic impact on your livelihood. In this situation, seeking out a knowledgeable and assertive Annapolis non-violent crime attorney can help you understand all of your available legal options.

Contact Henley & Henley Attorneys at Law today at (410) 220-6621 to discuss your case.

The Severity of Non-Violent Crimes

Non-violent crimes can be misdemeanors or, in certain cases, felonies. Your reputation, livelihood, and personal freedom can be affected by these charges. Our non-violent crime lawyers in Annapolis assist clients throughout Maryland with comprehensive legal knowledge and assistance by constructing sound defense strategies. We believe in communication and compassion with each of our clients because the details of every non-violent case are crucial to a personally tailored defense.

Examples of Non-Violent Crimes:

  • Drug charges: Possession, possession with intent, sale of drugs
  • Alcohol charges: Charges including DUI/DWI or Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUID)
  • Theft crime charges: These can range from shoplifting to receipt of stolen goods to robbery
  • Sex crimes: A variety of non-violent sex crimes and prostitution

Your non-violent crime charges should be taken seriously. Call (410) 220-6621for a free initial case consultation.

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