Wrentham Criminal Defense Attorney
Providing Focused Legal Counsel in Norfolk County
Being charged with a crime can be a frightening and stressful experience. You may not know what the criminal justice system is like, and you face an unknown but potentially serious outcome that can affect you for the rest of your life. When you’re facing criminal accusations, it’s best to consult with an experienced attorney who can help you understand the process and explain your rights. That’s where Brian D. Roman, Attorney at Law comes in. We have nearly 30 years of legal experience and extensive knowledge of the ins and outs of the criminal justice system. Recognizing the seriousness of facing a misdemeanor or felony charge, we work hard to defend your rights and seek a favorable outcome on your behalf. Additionally, when you retain our services, we make ourselves available 24/7 to answer your calls and questions.
Whether you’ve been accused of driving under the influence or committing assault and battery, the state will harshly prosecute the matter. That means they will work hard to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you committed the alleged offense. Our lawyer, Brian D. Roman, is a former prosecutor and knows how the other side builds their cases. We will leverage our unique skills and knowledge to spot holes in the state’s evidence and develop a compelling legal strategy that challenges the allegations made against you.
We will work toward getting your charges reduced or dropped. For a free case review, call us today at (508) 576-5922.
Put Nearly 3 Decades of Experience in Your Corner
The criminal justice system is a complex arena. Not only are there various laws that concern your rights, but there are also rules that must be followed throughout the process. One wrong move during your case could result in a conviction that has severe ramifications. For instance, if you miss a court date after being released on bail you could be charged with failing to appear, which carries with it a conviction penalty of either a fine of $10,000 and/or jail of up to 1 year (for a misdemeanor case) or a fine of up to $50,000 and/or prison of up to 2 ½ years (for a felony case).
The prosecution and law enforcement officers must also follow rules throughout the process to ensure your rights are not violated. However, if they fail to adhere to guidelines and laws, pieces of evidence could be suppressed at court, which can weaken their case against you.
Our Wrentham criminal defense attorney is dedicated to providing effective representation and standing by your side every step of the way. We will thoroughly prepare for your case and examine every detail of your circumstances to protect your rights and advise you on how to proceed.
We provide transparent, clear, and timely representation for a variety of criminal cases, including:
- Drug charges
- Felony crimes
- Sex crimes
- Theft crimes
- Traffic violations
- Violent crimes
- Weapons crimes
In addition to delivering solution-oriented defense for criminal offenses, we also provide counsel if you received a probation surrender notice because of an alleged violation of your conditions.
Fighting to Protect Your Rights and Freedom
Effectively challenging criminal accusations requires understanding the law, as well as knowing how to build and present a compelling legal defense during negotiation or at trial. At Brian D. Roman, Attorney at Law, we have the skills for both. Our lawyer knows the strategies the other side uses when making plea bargains and preparing for court. We have the attitude and drive to go up against the prosecutor and advocate on your behalf.
To get started on your case during a free consultation, call us at (508) 576-5922 or contact us online.