We’ve Handled Thousands Of Criminal Cases In The Past 25 Years
From charges of domestic violence to larceny, driving under the influence to murder, we know how to handle your criminal case. We’ve listed below some of the different types of charges our clients might face.
The impacts of a domestic violence charge after an escalated argument or physical altercation with a member of your family or your household can be long-lasting and life-altering. Even before you’ve had your court trial, the person who has accused you of violence or abuse can request a restraining order, hindering your ability to live in your own home and spend time with your children or other family members. The penalties if you’re convicted may include fines, probation, community service, and even jail time.
Like domestic violence charges, assault and battery carries heavy potential criminal consequences. Assault includes everything from shouting threats or hinting you have a weapon to throwing punches. Though a misdemeanor offense in Massachusetts, this charge could still result in a prison sentence and fines.
If you’ve been arrested for a fight that got out of hand, it’s in your best interest to consult a Domestic Violence Attorney or an Assault and Battery Charges Attorney with more than 25 years of experience fighting for you.
Drug offenses also come with serious consequences like mandatory minimum periods of prison time and loss of your driver’s license. Possession of a controlled substance without a medical prescription can constitute a major or minor crime in Massachusetts, depending on the class assigned to the drug, with Class A drugs facing the steepest penalties of up to two years in jail and a fine of $2,000. Whether you go to trial or negotiate a plea deal, you need a Drug Crimes Lawyer to help you make informed decisions.
Were you pulled over on suspicion of a DUI? First-time offenders face fines around $1,380, a one-year probation, and suspension of their driver’s license, though the consequences increase with each offense. A DUI Attorney can ensure you have the best defense strategy and help you get your license back.
Another charge that carries potentially devastating consequences—years in prison, a mandate to register as a sex offender, and even a requirement to wear a GPS—is a sex offense crime. Our Sex Crimes Attorney will enlist the help of DNA experts, investigators, and forensic video experts to represent you with the experienced defense you deserve.
The state of Massachusetts charges larceny, or theft, as a felony or a misdemeanor, depending on the type and value of the property allegedly stolen. If you’ve been charged with larceny, you need an Attleboro Theft Crimes Lawyer committed to a favourable outcome for you.
There is nothing you could be charged with more serious than committing or threatening a violent crime such as murder, which is always charged as a felony. If you’ve been arrested for a violent crime, prosecutors are already hard at work against you, and you cannot afford to delay. A Murder Crimes Attorney will advocate for your rights when your freedom is most on the line.
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