In some jurisdictions, performing or attempting an illegal abortion can result in criminal charges. These laws vary widely depending on the state and its stance on reproductive rights.
Example: Jane was charged after attempting to perform an abortion on a woman without a medical license in a state where only licensed medical professionals can perform the procedure.
Harming animals, neglecting pets, or staging animal fights can lead to this charge.
Example: Lisa was arrested after authorities discovered she was involved in a dog-fighting ring.
Setting property on fire deliberately can lead to arson charges.
Example: Out of revenge, David set his ex-employer's warehouse on fire.
Threatening or attempting to cause physical harm to someone can be charged as assault.
Example: After a bar dispute, Ryan threw a punch at Mike but missed.
In certain jurisdictions, possessing, selling, or using specific types of firearms classified as "assault weapons" can be illegal.
Example: Owning a semi-automatic rifle with certain features could be illegal in some states.
Assault with a Deadly Weapon
Attacking or threatening someone using a weapon that could cause serious harm or death leads to this charge.
Example: Wielding a knife, Emma threatened to hurt her neighbor during an argument.
Trying to kill someone, regardless of whether the attempt is successful, leads to this charge.
Example: John poisoned Alex's drink, but Alex survived after hospitalization.
Auto Insurance Fraud
Falsely claiming damages, staging accidents, or exaggerating injuries to get insurance payouts.
Example: James reported his car stolen for the insurance money, even though he had hidden it.
Stealing someone else's vehicle.
Example: Mike was arrested after he was caught driving a car reported stolen.
Facing criminal charges can be overwhelming. At Liberators Criminal Defense, our attorneys are equipped with the knowledge and experience to provide a robust defense against any of these charges. Contact us today for assistance.