Criminal DEfense

Massachusetts Criminal Defense

Bristol county Criminal Defense Lawyer

Experienced Criminal Defense Strategy for Wrentham, Taunton, Attleboro, and Norfolk county Residents

Finding yourself under a criminal investigation or being arrested for a crime in the state of Massachusetts is a frightening, confusing, and stressful experience. You may know little about the state or federal criminal laws, the local criminal court system, or where to turn for trusted help. Your future is likely at stake due to the prospect of jail or prison time, hefty fines, lengthy probation periods, and other court orders related to the specifics of your charges. Criminal arrests can negatively impact your reputation, your job or career, and your future prospects. While you may feel you have little chance when pitted against the prosecution, your situation is not hopeless. 

The first action you need to take is to bring in a skilled Massachusetts criminal defense attorney who knows how to get positive outcomes as shown through past results. At The Law Office of Brett V. Beaubien, you can work with an experienced attorney whose positive track record has been recognized by many leading legal industry organizations, from Avvo to The National Trial Lawyers. Mr. Beaubien offers you a close attorney-client relationship in which your questions will be answered, your concerns addressed, and in which you will receive the advice and guidance you need throughout your ordeal. His goal is to help you achieve the best possible case outcome, based on the unique circumstances of your case. 

Reach out to The Law Office of Brett V. Beaubien online or at (401) 427-4280 to schedule a confidential consultation with our Massachusetts criminal defense attorney. Proudly serving Wrentham, Taunton, and Attleboro. Hablamos español. 

Criminal Cases in Massachusetts

Criminal cases in Massachusetts can range from drug crimes to DUI, domestic violence, assault and battery, weapons charges, theft crimes, sex crimes, white collar crimes, violent crimes, crimes involving restraining orders, and everything in between. Mr. Beaubien also handles post-conviction relief matters, such as expungement and appeals

When under investigation or arrested in any criminal matter, you are guaranteed certain rights under the Constitution, such as the right to due process, the right to remain silent, and the right to an attorney. It is always best to refuse to answer any questions posed by law enforcement until you have the protection of an attorney. Anything you say about your case can be used against you and law enforcement has no compunctions about twisting your words to make you appear guilty. 

Prosecutors, as well, have one goal, which is to gain convictions, and are vigorously dedicated to doing so. Thus, you need a professional on your side whose only intention is to ensure you have the most effective defense possible.

Mr. Beaubien will take the time to independently investigate all factors of your arrest and charges in search of evidence that can contradict the state’s case against you. While you may feel overwhelmed by your case, he does not and will methodically work to counteract the charges. In doing so, the best strategy may be to negotiate with the prosecutor for reduced charges and sentencing or it may entail a court trial. You will be advised at every stage so that you can make informed decisions about your case based on your needs and goals. 

Whether you are accused of drunk driving, possessing street drugs, shoplifting, or another crime in the state, get peace of mind knowing that you will have aggressive and competent legal representation from The Law Office of Brett V. Beaubien. 

Contact us today to get started.