Violent Crimes

Thorough Maryland Criminal Defense

Violent crimes are among the most serious criminal offenses and often carry mandatory minimum penalties. When facing these serious criminal charges, it is important for you to retain an experienced attorney.

Now entering his 28th year of law practice, Montgomery County violent crimes defense attorney James Papirmeister, of the Law Offices of James N. Papirmeister, Esq., understands the importance that experience can play in a criminal trial.

In fact, during his nine years with the Office of the State's Attorney for Prince George's County, he witnessed firsthand how inexperienced counsel can adversely affect a criminal defendant. To speak to our firm about your violent crime case, contact our offices located in both Silver Spring, and Maryland, to schedule a free initial consultation.

Do not make the mistake of talking to the police while under investigation or following an arrest for a violent crime, as the state will use anything you say against you at a subsequent trial. Please request to speak with a lawyer, and after you make this request, law enforcement authorities may not speak with you unless your legal counsel is present.

Our firm defends people charged with both violent misdemeanors and felonies. Some examples of violent crimes include:

Before proceeding to trial, or accepting any plea bargain, you should understand all of your legal options, as what may seem like a reasonable deal now, may actually work to your detriment in the future. At the Law Offices of James N. Papirmeister, Esq., we understand the tactics the state will use in your prosecution. We will explain these strategies to you, evaluate your best options and craft a specially designed criminal defense strategy.

To schedule a free initial consultation, contact the Law Offices of James N. Papirmeister, Esq. We defend people throughout Kettering, Upper Marlboro, Fort Washington, and Montgomery County. Please call 301-589-2100 during regular hours or 301-367-6500 after hours.