A Strong Defense Against Criminal Charges
The act that resulted in criminal charges may have only happened in a matter of moments, the consequences can last a lifetime. Even small charges can eventually add up into major problems, making it necessary to fight any level of charges you may be facing.
At The Law Offices of Richard S. Humphrey, our Rhode Island lawyers know what is at stake in any kind of criminal charges, and we aggressively fight to pursue the ideal results in our clients’ cases. We have built our statewide reputation as premier criminal defense attorneys with our long history of success, and we are ready to put those decades of experience to work for you.
Protecting Your License
One of the most common forms of criminal charges we fight are DUI/OWI offenses, which can cost you your license. We know that these charges can be a delicate matter for our clients, which is why we offer the utmost respect in our nonjudgmental service when representing our clients. We fight to either beat or dismiss the charges to keep your record clean, and if that is not a feasible outcome, we will then work to mitigate the consequences by negotiating to reduce the charges or the sentencing in any kind of charges you may be facing.
We know that each client comes to us with a unique case, and the same strategy may not work for every client. To ensure we are providing you with the best representation we can offer, we take the time to learn the details of your case before creating a defense strategy to help you fight charges like:
- Domestic violence
- Weapons offenses
- White collar crimes
We can also help you appeal the outcome of your previous criminal defense case. We are prepared to do what it takes to defend your rights, future and freedom.
Let Us Fight For You
If you are ready to meet at our Tiverton office to discuss how we can help you in your criminal defense case, contact us today. Call us at 401-624-6152 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation. The sooner you contact our office, the sooner we can begin developing a plan to meet your needs, so act today to prepare for tomorrow.