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Hate Crime Charges Involve Several Different Complications. Contact Our Firm as Soon as Possible to Start Constructing Your Defense.

What is a Hate Crime?

A hate crime is defined as any criminal act committed against another due to their race, nationality, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or disability. A hate crime can also be committed towards someone's property, such as a house or church. It is one of the most serious felony crimes one can commit, and the penalties for a conviction can be very severe.

Hate crimes typically encompass acts such as physical acts of violence, threats or intimidation, or robbery. They are usually committed by strangers who identify a person as belonging to a particular group that they view in some negative way.

The outcomes of a hate crime that can result in charges being brought against the offender include:

  • Any act which results in physical injury
  • Any form of threat of violence which can be carried out
  • Any act which leads to destructive property damage

If you have been arrested for a hate crime, it is imperative you contact a lawyer who can examine the charges against you and provide you with qualified legal help in your case.

Hate Crime Cases

Being convicted of a hate crime can bring considerable penalties that affect one's life adversely for a very long time. An individual can face substantial fines, loss of employment, and even jail time. If you are facing hate crime charges, then you deserve a fair and thorough trial in which all the facts are examined, and an experienced attorney can ensure that that is the case. The Alband Law Firm has successfully defended many clients in their criminal cases, and we can assist you if you have been arrested for a hate crime.

Call our firm today, and we will do our utmost to increase your chances of a case outcome that is greatly beneficial to you.