Violent Crimes Defense

Violent crimes in South Carolina can include: Armed Robbery, Burglary, Kidnapping, High Level Assault, Murder, and other crimes. Violent crimes are defined by statute in SC Code Section 16-1-60. According to the South Carolina State Constitution, an accused may be denied bond if they have been charged with a violent crime. However, just because you have been arrested for a violent crime does not mean that you are guilty of a violent crime. Contact a criminal lawyer with violent crimes defense experience at Pisarik Law Firm to discuss your violent crime defense.

Violent crimes are often complex cases with volumes of evidence. These cases may present the need for expert witnesses. If you are charged with a violent crime be sure to have an experienced criminal attorney working for you. Craig Pisarik at Pisarik Law Firm is a former prosecutor with violent crimes experience.


Violent crimes often carry significant jail time and can be strikes under our two and three strike laws. This can lead to life imprisonment in certain cases. Violent crime convictions may carry mandatory minimum jail sentences in certain situations. In addition to lengthy prison sentences, a violent crime conviction may cause you to lose important rights, such as the right to own a gun. Whether you have a lengthy prior record or have never been in trouble, a violent crime conviction has the potential to affect the rest of your life.

Contact a Defense Attorney at Pisarik Law Firm to Help With Your Violent Crime Defense

Pisarik Law Firm provides aggressive criminal defense to clients charged with violent crimes. As an attorney experienced in handling violent crimes, Mr. Pisarik will investigate your case, provide you with options, and ensure your rights are protected. With so much at stake, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to fight on your behalf. Call today for a free consultation. 803-415-2733