Property Crimes Defense
Plymouth, Taunton, and Bridgewater criminal defense lawyers who demand justice
You are innocent until proven guilty. You have the right to a fair trial. You have the right to an attorney. You have likely heard all of these phrases throughout your life, but may not have fully comprehended how vital these concepts are to justice. Yet these Constitutional rights are crucial elements of the criminal justice system.
Before you say anything or give anything to investigators, exercise your right to retain competent counsel. The Studley Law Offices takes immediate, decisive steps to ensure that law enforcement respects your rights and that the court grants you a fair trial. Our Plymouth lawyers have 38 years of combined experience representing defendants accused of property crimes such as burglary, larceny, theft, arson and vandalism. We are available to help you.
How our experienced attorneys can help you
A conviction for a property crime carries hefty penalties — including imprisonment, probation, fines and restitution. In addition to a stiff sentence, you face devastating personal repercussions if you are convicted. Job loss, strained family relationships and diminished financial resources are a few of the potential consequences. With so much at stake, you need an aggressive, experienced Taunton lawyer to fight the charges.
Our thorough preparation is the foundation of our trial successes. As soon as we are retained, our lawyers in Plymouth immediately begin our investigation of the facts. We review every detail of the prosecution’s case to find its weaknesses and evidence gaps. During our extensive discovery, we demand proof from the state attorneys and build your defense strategy.
Thorough evidence analysis
Law enforcement may have already collected evidence — possibly DNA, fingerprints, handwriting analysis or video surveillance tapes. If it would be beneficial to your case, our lawyers in Taunton hire independent experts to assess the state’s forensic evidence and report on its reliability and relevance. Based on these reports, we request that the court rule certain evidence inadmissible. We may also call our experts as witnesses.
Learn more about how our Middleboro attorneys fight your property crime charges
To learn about building a successful property crimes defense in Middleboro, MA or the surrounding areas, contact our property defense lawyers. Call the Studley Law Offices at 508.923.7207 or 800.640.2889 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.