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Were you arrested for a DUI, drug crime, or other criminal offense? What you need is a skilled and determined advocate who can assemble your legal defense and push for your rights in and out of court. If you or a loved one is arrested for a misdemeanor or felony charge, make sure you speak with a Coventry criminal defense attorney who can work towards a positive resolution of your case.
At The Law Office of Thomas C. Thomasian, Esq. our lead attorney is widely-regarded as a lawyer committed to obtaining results for his clients and doing so with professionalism. Attorney Thomasian has earned top marks from independent organizations—a Superb rating from Avvo, Top 100 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyer from The National Trial Lawyers, and membership in the National College for DUI Defense®. You can trust him to represent you with tenacity in contesting whatever you are accused of and pursue a favorable outcome.
You could face a host of negative consequences with a criminal conviction, which is the reason you should speak with the firm as soon as you are arrested who can works towards a dismissal or reduction in your charges.
No matter what you are accused of, having a trained Coventry criminal defense lawyer at your side with a robust understanding of Rhode Island gives you a markedly greater chance of obtaining a favorable outcome for your case.
Even if you think your case is hopeless, with so much at stake, it is worth it to be represented by the firm. Law enforcement may believe they have plenty of evidence against you, however, if the evidence was illegally obtained by not having a search warrant for example, the evidence may be declared inadmissible.
Fight back against your accusations by retaining The Law Office of Thomas C. Thomasian, Esq. and get the legal defense you need to dispute the prosecution’s case against you. The firm can protect your rights at all costs and ensure your fair treatment.
Schedule your free consultation today by calling the firm right away!