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Criminal Defense Practice
Motor Vehicle Offenses
Our trial attorneys are highly proficient and practiced in handling a variety of motor vehicle offenses. From misdemeanor offenses, such as negligent operation or operating under the influence of drugs or alcohol, to more serious offenses, such as leaving the scene of an accident or motor vehicle homicide, we have the skill and experience to guide you through the process. Whether you have been arrested, summonsed to court, or are concerned about the prospect of being charged with a crime, contact us, we can help.
Our criminal defense department is adept at handling all manners of drug offenses; possession, distribution, trafficking and school zone cases. We have extensive experience in drafting and litigating motions to suppress evidence for both warrantless searches and searches executed in conjunction with a warrant. Whether you have been arrested, charged, or are the target of an ongoing investigation, we can help.
If you have been charged with, or are concerned about being charged with, a violent offense, such as assault and battery, armed robbery, home invasion, or even murder, you should talk with someone from our criminal defense team. Our seasoned attorneys can educate you on the law and alert you to affirmative defenses or mitigating factors that can greatly impact the outcome of your case.
Our criminal defense team has extensive experience litigating sex offenses such as indecent assault and battery, rape, statutory rape, and possession or distribution of child pornography. We appreciate that a criminal conviction of this type generally results in serious collateral consequences, not the least of which can be required registration with the sex offender registry board. Our team is well-versed in failure to register cases. If you have been charged with, or fear being charged with, a sex crime we can help. We are ready to zealously advocate for your rights.
White Collar Offenses
Fraud, embezzlement, and tax evasion can be serious offenses that require highly skilled advocates to help you navigate their waters. Our trial attorneys have the skill, knowledge, and experience that are necessary to zealously advocate for your rights. Whether you have been arrested, summonsed to court, or are the target of an investigation, we can help.
Our experienced trial attorneys have defended clients charged with all manners of larceny offenses. From misdemeanor offenses such as shoplifting or larceny under to felony offenses such as larceny over or larceny from the person, we have the knowledge and skill to fight for you. Whether you have been arrested, summonsed to court, or are concerned about the prospect of being charged, contact us, we can help.
Firearms and Weapons Offenses
Due to mandatory minimum sentences and constitutional dimensions, firearms and weapons offenses can often be some of the more serious and complicated charges a person can encounter. Our criminal defense attorneys are cognizant of these issues and have the skills to litigate them. If you have been charged with possessing a firearm without an identification card, carrying a dangerous weapon, or any other weapons-related offense we can advocate for your rights.
Our accomplished criminal defense attorneys are well-versed in handling a wide range of property offenses. From breaking and entering to receiving stolen property, from vandalism to trespass, if you have been charged with a property crime, or are concerned about being charged, we can help.
We also handle the sealing of criminal records, Registry of Motor Vehicle hearings, and hearings in front of the Sex Offender Registry Board.
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