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Alabama Violent Crimes

Although frequently the result of an over-zealous prosecution, being arrested for a violent crime can have both short-term and long term consequences. A conviction for a violent crime may result in loss of freedom, loss of the right to vote or possess a firearm, and significant harm to your community reputation.

If you have been arrested for a violent crime in Mobile, Bay Minette or any other city in  Alabama, CALL (251) 301-0362 today to speak with an experienced Mobile criminal defense attorney. Your freedom may depend on it.

Domestic Violence (1st Degree; 2nd Degree; 3rd Degree)

Like other violent offenses, a Domestic Violence conviction can have lifelong consequences, jail or prison time and serious fines and court costs. But a Domestic Violence conviction may also result in the permanent loss of your 2nd Amendment right to… Read More

Assault

The criminal charge of assault ranges from misdemeanor, to high-level felony depending on which degree is charged. Generally speaking, a person commits the crime of assault if, with the intent to cause physical injury to another person, he causes phy… Read More

Menacing

Menacing (Alabama Code 13A-6-23) occurs when a person, by physical action, intentionally places or attempts to place another person in fear of imminent serious physical injury. Often recognized as a precursor to an Assault charge, Menacing is a Class… Read More

Reckless Endangerment

Frequently charged in municipal courts, the criminal offense of Reckless Endangerment (Alabama Code 13A-6-24) occurs when a person engages in conduct which creates a substantial risk of serious injury to another person. Importantly, the “seriou… Read More

Kidnapping (1st Degree) (2nd Degree)

Under Alabama Code 13A-6-43, the charge of Kidnapping is a very serious offense with a lengthly prison term and heavy fines if convicted. A person commits the crime of kidnapping in the first degree if he abducts another person with into to 1) hold h… Read More

Manslaughter

Pursuant to Alabama Code 13A-6-3, A person commits the crime of Manslaughter if he recklessly causes the death of another person, or he causes the death of another person under circumstances that would constitute murder; except, that he causes the de… Read More

Criminally Negligent Manslaughter

            Manslaughter (Alabama Code 13A-6-3) occurs if a person:  Recklessly causes the death of another person Causes the death of another person under circumstances that would constitute murder under Section 13A-6… Read More

Murder

            Murder (Alabama Code 13A-6-2) is committed when a person engages in one of the following: Intent to cause the death of another person, he or she causes the death of that person or of another person.  He or… Read More

Stalking

            A person who intentionally and repeatedly follows/harasses another person and makes a threat, either expressed or implied, with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear of death or harm is considere… Read More

Human Trafficking

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Attorney David M. Allen was born on a U.S. Navy base in Okinawa, Japan, the son of a Navy Veteran. He later attended public schools in Baldwin County, Alabama and graduated from Spring Hill College in Mobile. He has worked on high profile Criminal De…

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