Little Rock Violent Crime Attorneys

The criminal defense attorneys of Montgomery, Adams & Wyatt, PLC, are not only death penalty-qualified; we are also entrusted by the state and appointed to handle death penalty cases and appeals on a regular basis. This is evidence of our trusted position in the legal community. It is also your proof of our ability to take on the most serious and challenging violent crime charges.

Decades Of Experience With Arkansas Violent Crime Cases

For decades, our lawyers have been representing citizens accused of violent felonies and misdemeanors. As your lawyers, we will work hard to protect your legal rights and help you reach the best possible outcome if your case involves accusations of:

  • Murder or homicide
  • Manslaughter or vehicular manslaughter
  • Assault and battery
  • Kidnapping
  • Robbery
  • Sex crimes

We are prepared to defend people who face allegations of aggravated versions of these charges, such as aggravated assault or aggravated robbery. This may involve the use of a gun or another weapon during the commission of the crime. We also defend people who are charged with standalone weapons charges, including charges of felon in possession of a firearm. These are common and serious charges that we are prepared to defend against.

How Will Your Case Be Resolved?

Our Little Rock violent crime lawyers are committed to solving our clients' problems using whatever means are most appropriate based on the facts of the case. We have skillfully resolved many violent crime cases by negotiating with prosecutors. We have also taken many cases to trial in state and federal courts and obtained positive outcomes. With us on your side, there is no need to lose hope because we are well-versed in all available options.

Aggravated Assault Lawyer For Conway | Free Consultation

Have you or a loved one been accused of a violent crime? Contact the Arkansas assault lawyers of Montgomery, Adams & Wyatt, PLC, to get your questions answered. We offer a free consultation. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day.