Massachusetts Criminal Defense Attorney
If you have been arrested or are under investigation for a crime, anything you do or say could be used against you in court.
Aggressive Defendant for Those Charged with Crimes in Massachusetts
Have you or a loved one been recently arrested? If you were, it is essential that you take the necessary steps to assert your legal rights. As a criminal defendant, you are entitled to retain your own attorney to help defend you against the Commonwealth’s criminal allegations. You need an attorney with a wealth of experience and the drive to zealously advocate on your behalf.
Here at Chapdelaine Law Office, our attorneys have had success in defending individuals from criminal prosecutions and know the ins and outs of successful criminal defense. Whether you or a loved one has been charged with an OUI, been accused of an assault and battery, or possession of an illegal substance with the intent to distribute, the professionals at Chapdelaine Law Office are here to help guide you through this stressful event, while striving to achieve the best possible outcome for your situation.
A criminal conviction could do permanent damage to your life, even if you do not have to spend time in prison. You need an attorney that can provide skilled legal representation to defend your rights. The Massachusetts criminal law attorneys at the Chapdelaine Law Office understand what is at stake and are prepared to help you navigate Massachusetts’ complex criminal justice system to protect your rights and to ensure that you receive the most favorable outcome possible.
What to Do if You Have Been Arrested
The moments following an arrest are crucial to your defense – you need to consult with a criminal attorney as quickly as possible. The earlier that you retain counsel, the more time to build the best possible defense in the protection of your rights.
If you’ve been arrested, you should do the following:
- Always remain silent except for answering basic questions
- Always be polite and respectful when speaking to police officers
- Contact Attorney Marc Chapdelaine at 781-233-1112