What Will You Do When Faced With A Violent Crime Allegation?
Violent crimes are very serious because the courts view crimes of violence as more dangerous than others. This means that the consequences are more likely to follow you for longer and seriously change your life. This is not the time to sit back and hope for the best; this is the time to take an assertive approach to your defense.
At our full-service criminal defense law offices of Rowe, Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC, we protect your rights in all violent crime cases in Maryland. Robinson S. Rowe Esq. leads a defense team with a reputation of results built over his years of experience. He is a skilled former assistant state attorney who knows how prosecutors think.
Dedicated To Protecting Your Rights
Our attorneys work with a network of investigators to bring out every supportive piece of evidence and every expert witness who could speak on your behalf. From arraignment to closing arguments, the lawyers at Rowe, Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC, provide an all-out defense effort for the most positive outcome possible.
Our attorneys represent people accused of violent crimes such as:
- Simple assault
- Aggravated assault
- Assault and battery
- Sexual assault
- Illegal possession of a handgun
- Armed robbery
- Resisting arrest
- Disorderly conduct
- Disturbing the peace
- Violation of a protective order
- Violation of probation
- Home invasion
- Breaking and entering
- Juvenile crimes involving violence
- Gang activity
We carefully investigate your case and review all police procedures involved in your arrest. While we always try to negotiate an outcome that protects your interests with the prosecutors, we prepare every case as if it is going to trial. You can be assured that your rights will be protected, every step of the way.
Our Firm Is On Your Side – Call Toll-Free Today
Reach us in Bethesda, Maryland, for a criminal defense attorney today. All after-hours calls are returned promptly. Call us today at 301-761-3837 to discuss your case. We also have offices in Annandale, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.