Defense Against Violent Charges
At the San Luis Obispo law firm of Earl E. Conaway, III, A Professional Law Corporation, we talk to many individuals charged with assault and battery after the local bars close at 2:00 a.m. In many cases, the situation is not as clear-cut as the arresting officers believed. We work hard to completely clear our clients' names or minimize any legal consequences.
Our San Luis Obispo violent crime lawyer represents California clients charged with all types of violent crimes, including:
- Assault with a deadly weapon
- Murder and attempted murder
- Weapons charges
- Domestic violence
Making Sure Your Side Of The Story Gets Heard
One of the keys to successfully defending clients against criminal charges is to understand the whole picture. When the police show up in the middle of a bar fight and find one man with a bloody nose and the other without a scratch, they often assume that the injured man is the victim and the other individual is the perpetrator. Rarely do they care about uncovering the other side of the story.
Attorney Earl E. Conaway, III will take the time to listen to your story. On many occasions, our law firm retains private investigators (frequently ex-law enforcement officers) to interview witnesses and make sure that your side of the issue is heard and acknowledged.
In many cases, we find that the alleged aggressor was actually acting in self-defense, or that both individuals were engaged in mutual combat. Facts like these can dramatically change the outcome of the case and even result in a dismissal.
Free Initial Consultation With Our Arroyo Grande Aggravated Assault Lawyer
If you have been arrested on charges of assault, murder, weapons violations or any other crime, do not wait to get an aggressive and diligent defense lawyer on your side. To arrange a free initial consultation with Mr. Conaway, call our San Luis Obispo office at 805-546-8797 or contact us online today. All messages are promptly returned. We charge competitive rates and offer flexible appointment scheduling and jail visits as necessary.