A Violent Crime Conviction Will Affect You For Life

Violent crime cases go to trial more often than many other criminal cases. If you or a loved one is facing violent crime charges, you need a defense lawyer with considerable trial experience.

At the Tibbs Law Office, you will work with an aggressive, experienced trial lawyer. Krsna Tibbs is well-known in the Louisville legal community for his trial work and case results. You can rely on him to protect your rights in violent crime cases ranging from assault to murder. He will not simply accept the first plea deal from the prosecution. Your life may be at stake; he will fight hard to get the charges reduced or dismissed, if possible. Call us at 502-694-4826 today to discuss your case.

We Provide Defense Against All Violent Crime Charges

Many people think that assault charges are not a serious matter. Even a misdemeanor assault conviction can affect your ability to get certain jobs, higher education and housing. You don't want a conviction on your record. First-degree and second-degree assaults are felonies with more severe penalties that may include a prison sentence, steep fines and probation.

In addition to assault, we represent clients charged with:

  • Domestic violence and restraining order violations
  • Child abuse
  • Burglary and robbery
  • Weapons offenses
  • Sex crimes
  • Murder and manslaughter

Our attorney will thoroughly review the case against you, including the evidence, police reports, police procedure and witness statements. We know how to look for weaknesses in the prosecution's case. We may conduct our own investigation to counter the state's version of events, when appropriate.

In addition, if we find that your constitutional rights were violated, we may argue for the suppression of evidence and/or the reduction or dismissal of the charges. Each case is unique, however, and you should discuss yours with an attorney.

Getting Legal Help Soon Is Important

To speak with a lawyer, please call 502-694-4826 or contact us online as soon as possible.