CRIMINAL LAW

If you have been arrested in Connecticut, we may be able to help. We offer a free consultation to discuss your case, taking an active step toward defending your rights and freedom. Dealing with criminal defense, we have extensive experience in both state and federal cases. It is our goal to provide a vigorous defense for our clients.

When faced with such a life altering situation such as this, it is absolutely vital that you take every step you can towards protecting your rights and fighting for the best possible outcome for your future. If convicted of a crime, the emotional, legal and financial strain can shadow you for the rest of your life. Whether it is imprisonment, fines or just having a criminal record, your future will forever be altered. That is why getting the help of a skilled criminal defense attorney, and getting it early, is so important.

By putting your strongest defense forward, you can take steps from the very beginning towards protecting your best interests. Immediately after facing criminal charges, it is imperative that you not only remember your rights, but exercise them. Such rights as the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney can be the final push that helps you in your path towards a successful outcome. If you choose to ignore these rights, you can sometimes accidentally ¬†incriminate yourself by saying something that seems perfectly safe at the time. The right criminal defense attorney will be able to shield you from such missteps and work towards putting together the strongest protection against whatever evidence might be held against you. By questioning every detail, looking at every angle, being aggressive and firm in all aspects of handling the case, we will do everything we can towards getting your penalty minimized or even getting your case dismissed entirely if we can. With a complete and thorough knowledge of the law and a complete dedication to your cause, you can be confident that your future is in capable, trustworthy hands.  

Throughout every point of the criminal process, it will be of the utmost importance to have skilled legal counsel. Even if law enforcement has not yet filed formal charges against you, there is much that a lawyer can do to help your case. For example, an investigation early on in the process may reveal that some of the evidence law enforcement collected against you should not be admissible in court. This may change the prosecuting attorney's decision to file charges altogether, helping you avoid this entire situation. The same applies when you are a suspect in an investigation or when you are called into the police station for "questioning." Your attorney can work to protect your interests every single step of the way - helping you avoid self-incrimination or a similar situation.

If you or a loved one has been charged, please contact our office today for a free, no obligation, absolutely confidential consultation to discuss your criminal case.

 

 

 
 
     
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