Strong Criminal Defense

Tough, Tenacious Defense Against Violent Crime Charges

Crimes of violence are among the most serious offenses a person can be charged with. If convicted, you face lengthy jail or prison sentences, fines and perhaps restitution to victims. Even beyond criminal consequences, however, a violent crime conviction can negatively impact your life long after you have served your sentence. A criminal record makes it much more difficult to find a good job, get approved for rental housing, take out loans or pursue higher education.

Needless to say, you cannot afford to treat these charges lightly or to work with an inexperienced lawyer. Instead, contact the Law Office of Kelvin L. Morris. My Pittsburgh practice is entirely devoted to criminal defense, and I will give you and your case the personalized attention you deserve.

Assessing The Charges And Building A Strong Defense Strategy

I have significant experience defending clients against violent crimes charges, including:

  • Simple assault
  • Aggravated assault
  • Robbery and armed robbery
  • Manslaughter (voluntary or involuntary)
  • Murder (first, second or third-degree)
  • Conspiracy to commit murder
  • Gun crimes and other weapons offenses
  • Domestic violence

As with any charges, the defense strategy we use will depend on the facts of the case and your overall needs and goals. The first priority will be to have the charges dismissed entirely. If that is not possible, we will seek ways to reduce the charges. If the charges are not able to be dismissed or reduced, then I will utilize all of my investigative resources and in-depth legal knowledge to give you the smart, strategic defense your case requires at trial.

Find Out How I Can Help You In A Free Consultation

Based in Pittsburgh, the Law Office of Kelvin L. Morris serves clients throughout western Pennsylvania. To discuss your case with an experienced criminal defense attorney, contact me to schedule your free initial consultation. You can reach out online or call 412-385-3553.