Violent Crimes

Milwaukee Violent Crimes Attorneys

Ready to Challenge the Accusations Made Against You

Violent crimes are serious offenses. They are charged as felonies, and, depending on the circumstances, the maximum prison sentence for a conviction is life. If you’ve been accused, your rights, freedom, and future are at risk. To protect your best interests, you need aggressive defense on your side. That’s where our team at Ahmad & Nolan Defense comes in. We have extensive legal experience and have handled various criminal issues. No matter how complex or challenging your case might seem, we’re ready to put our knowledge and skills to work for you.

The effects of a conviction can be long-lasting and damaging. Even after you have served your sentence, you might find it difficult to readjust to society. With a mark on your criminal record, it might be challenging to get a job, find housing, or even qualify for certain government benefits. Our Milwaukee violent crimes lawyers will explore every legal option and do everything allowed by law to work toward a favorable outcome on your behalf, such as getting charges reduced or dropped. We are steadfast in our representation, and we will be committed to standing by your side every step of the way.

At Ahmad & Nolan Defense, we deliver legal services with integrity and honesty, and we’re here to help navigate the complexities of your case. Learn more by calling us at (414) 501-5999 today.

What Is a Violent Crime?

A violent crime is one that uses or threatens to use force against another person. Because these offenses put others at risk of great bodily injury or even death, the State hotly pursues these matters. If you’ve been charged, you can expect the prosecutor to examine all the facts of your circumstances to develop a case against you. Their goal is to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you committed the alleged crime.

At Ahmad & Nolan Defense, our goal is to counter the prosecutor’s assertions and cast doubt on the evidence. To do that, we thoroughly prepare for each case we handle. By collecting and preserving evidence and conducting our own review of the situation, our Milwaukee lawyers can identify holes in the prosecutor’s case or violations of constitutional rights, allowing us to build solid and effective defenses.

The offenses for which our team provides legal representation include:

  • Aggravated assault: This crime occurs when a person intentionally engages in conduct that causes great bodily injury to another. That is, harm that puts the alleged victim at risk of death, permanent disfigurement, or permanent loss of the use of a body part or organ. Aggravated assault can be charged as a class E or H felony.
  • Robbery: A person commits robbery when they take someone else’s property with the use or threatened use of force against the owner. Generally, the offense is a Class E felony. However, if a dangerous weapon was used during the commission of the crime, the charge elevates to a Class C felony.
  • Rape: If a person has non-consensual sex with someone else by use of threat or force, or they cause injury or illness, they could be charged with sexual assault. In Wisconsin, there are three degrees of this offense, and they can be charged as Class G, C, or B felonies.
  • Homicide: If a person engages in conduct that results in the death of another, they could be charged with this offense. In Wisconsin, a homicide offense can be either intentional or reckless and charged in the first- or second-degree. These crimes can be Class D, C, B, or A felonies, and the maximum incarceration sentence is life.

Aggressive Defense for Serious Charges

If you’ve been charged with a violent crime, the opposition will be working hard to land a conviction. You need someone on your side focused on your best interests. That is the type of representation our Milwaukee violent crimes lawyers provide. We take the time to get to know you and craft a strategy for your specific situation.

We’re ready to provide the defense you need to fight your charge. Call us at (414) 501-5999 or contact us online today.

Not Guilty Verdict

Posession with Intent to Deliver Drugs

One Count of Disorderly Conduct; Fine

2 counts Threatening a Law Enforcement Officer

Reduced to Misdemeanor and Reduced Jail Time

1 Count of Felony Hit and Run

Not Guilty

Child Abuse/Neglect


Second Degree Reckless Injury


Child Neglect

Dismissed for an Ordinance Ticket

Carrying Concealed Weapon


Sale of a Substantial Amount of Cocaine While Armed With a Dangerous Weapon

Felony Dismissed / Fleeing Amended to a Ticket

OWI 3rd Felony Offense

Not Guilty Verdict

Not Guilty Verdict: Milwaukee County Case 21CF3360

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