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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


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 (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


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-6-2; except, that he causes the death due to a… Read More


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 she recklessly engages in conduct which creat… Read More


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 considered stalking in the first degree (Alabama Co… Read More

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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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Joseph “Joe” Damrich was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama where he attended St. Ignatius Catholic School and McGill-Toolen Catholic High School. He first attended college at the University of Alabama before dropping out to pursue a career in th…

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