Cynthia A. Stewart, P.A.
Representing clients throughout the state of Mississippi
Toll Free: 800-724-1963 Fax: 601-856-0514 Defense in All MS State and Federal Courts

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Young man detained after police say he fired at passing car

An 18-year-old Mississippi man is facing serious criminal charges after police say he fired a gun from one car into another vehicle that was passing by. There were no reports of anyone in the other vehicle being hit by a bullet or otherwise getting hurt.

Helping you strategize a defense against violent crimes

Different situations and events could wind up causing individuals in Mississippi and elsewhere to face criminal allegations. This is never an easy predicament to be in, especially when the accused is adamant that they did not commit the crime they are accused of. Being accused of a violent crime has the ability to harm ones reputation regardless if they are convicted; therefore, it is imperative that defendants understand their legal defense options and how they could assert a strong defense.

Understanding what constitutes an aggravated assault

Being accused of a violent crime is a serious situation. The penalties associated with the crime are harsh due to the severity of the allegations, meaning defendants accused of such a crime are likely to endure personal and professional damages in addition to losing their freedoms if convicted. Thus, it is important to gain a full perspective of the situation, understanding your rights and abilities to assert a defense.

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