When deciding what attorney to hire, a key factor to consider is how much experience the lawyer has in conducting jury trials. Hiring a former prosecutor with extensive trial experience will assure that you have hired an attorney that understands the unique process of a trial.
Choosing an attorney is an important step in protecting yourself and your legal rights. There are major stakes at play. A potential criminal conviction including possible jail time. A criminal conviction can ruin your life, job and future.
As a practicing attorney and former prosecutor, I have handled hundreds of DUI’s and Breathalyzer Refusal cases. As an experienced Rhode Island DUI and Refusal attorney, I will review your case to look for any oversights by the arresting department due to the technical nature of these cases.
Domestic Assault - Not Guilty After Trial
Client charged with domestic assault and removed from their house due to the no contact order. We were able to gather significant evidence to disprove the charges against them. We went to trial and discredited the complaining witnesses story. The case was dismissed at the half way point of the trial due to the judge not believing the witness. The client was able to have this cleared from their record like it never happened.
DUI and Refusal Dismissed
Client was arrested for a DUI and Refusal of a Breathalyzer. We were able to show that the police did not follow proper protocol and they lacked credible evidence to proceed with the charges. Based upon on my legal arguments BOTH the DUI and REFUSAL were COMPLETELY DISMISSED.
Suffering an injury can dramatically alter your way of life. An injury can cause financial, emotional and physical turmoil in your life.
Seeking an attorney for a family law matter such as Divorce, Child Custody or Child Support is often a troubling time in your life. Hiring an experienced litigator who will protect your rights and fight for you is a must.
You may be eligible to expunge a felony conviction if you are a first time offender. You may also be eligible to expunge multiple misdemeanor offenses.