At Schofield Campbell & Connolly, we understand the stress of facing a criminal charge. Our aggressive and experienced attorneys will fight for you from arraignment through trial.
Our attorneys, who include a former Assistant District Attorney and a Bar Advocate, have extensive trial experience in both felony and misdemeanor cases. We understand the intricacies of criminal procedure and constitutional law. We will carefully scrutinize any evidence and allegations and will file and argue all appropriate motions to suppress and motions to dismiss.
Whether you have been arrested, served with a summons or are under investigation, we can and will zealously represent you and protect your rights.
In many criminal cases, we have the ability to win your case before it goes to trial. We have filed successful Motions to Dismiss or Motions to Suppress in hundreds of cases. These include gun possession cases, serious drug cases requiring minimum mandatory sentences, OUI cases, sexual assault cases, and cases involving serious motor vehicle offenses such as leaving the scene of an accident.
When our clients have faced potential charges for rape, armed robbery, and grand larceny, we have intervened before criminal charges issued. When appropriate, we have provided information to detectives and investigators. In several cases, these efforts have prevented the issuance of criminal complaints or indictments.
One of our attorneys previously served on the Massachusetts Sentencing Commission which designed sentencing guidelines for every criminal offense in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As such, we can provide you with expert advice of your risk of exposure when you are charged with any crime.
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If you have been arrested, charged with a crime, been served with a summons, or are under investigation, please contact us at 617-254-4363 for a free and confidential consultation.
Our free consultation will help you understand all of your options and what legal defenses you may have.