The State of Maine versus YOU
Being charged with a crime can be a terrifying and confusing experience. The State has the power to take away your money, your liberty, and even your future. Being convicted of even a minor crime could have lasting effects on the course of your life, and more serious convictions could see you being locked away in a cage separated from your family and friends.
Unfortunately, the State possesses almost limitless power to turn your life upside down and often abuses this power without a second thought. If you have been charged with a crime, your best shield against this power is a capable criminal defense attorney. Protecting your Constitutional rights is our number one priority. We take great pleasure at standing in the State's way and preventing it from ruthlessly steamrolling citizens who have been accused of crimes.
Remember that when you are charged with a crime, it is your life, future, and freedom on the line. Fight for it.
We represent clients who have been accused of all manner of crimes, including:
- Domestic Violence;
- Driving to Endanger;
- Operating after Suspension;
- Possession of Illegal Drugs;
and many others. We are here for the people of our community to stay by your side during what just may be one of the most difficult times in your life. We will not let the state take advantage of you.
Don't Go It Alone
If you have been charged with a crime, the best way you can protect your freedom, your job, and your future is to immediately hire a lawyer. Do not try to explain your side of the story to the police or the District Attorney's Office. These are the people who have filed charges against you, and they have already made up their mind about who you are and what you have done.
An attorney can help identify any possible legal defenses to your case and zealously argue your side of the story. All too often police and prosecutors can become closed minded and entrenched in a single perspective. It is our job as your advocates to make prosecutors, the judges, and if need be the jury, to see circumstances from your point of view.