Violent Crimes Lawyer in Meredith, NH
Assisting Clients Accused of Many Violent Crimes
The attorneys at Friedman & Bresaw can defend clients accused of any violent criminal offense. Whether you are charged with a misdemeanor or a felony in Belknap County, Carroll County, or elsewhere in the state of New Hampshire, we’re prepared to challenge the accusations against you while ensuring the justice system treats you fairly and humanely. You may be inappropriately or excessively charged with a crime, and our violent crime defense lawyers in Meredith can help mitigate your accountability while building a defense that works for you.
We can help clients charged with violent crimes in Belknap County and throughout all of New Hampshire, including:
- Negligent homicide (including DUI cases)
- Assault and battery
- Robbery (use of force during theft)
- Kidnapping and false imprisonment
- Sex-related violent crimes
You or Someone You Love Has Been Arrested – What Now?
Being arrested for a violent crime such as assault and battery or murder in Meredith opens up the possibility of facing life-altering prison sentences and financially crippling fines. That’s why it’s important to know what you can do to safeguard your chances at getting the best possible outcome in your case.
If you or someone you care about has been arrested for a violent crime in Meredith, Belknap County, Carroll the following can protect their rights:
- Remain silent: Your Miranda Rights should be read to remind you that you don’t have to answer investigator’s questions without an attorney present and to warn you that anything you do say could be used against you. You will almost never be able to talk your way out of an arrest, so remain quiet until you get legal help.
- Get a lawyer: You have a right to have legal counsel present during any questioning, whether your lawyer is someone like us at Friedman & Bresaw or someone else. Having a lawyer present during questioning can protect you from unfair questions that can incorrectly implicate you for crimes you didn’t commit. If your Miranda Rights were never read to you, tell your attorney immediately.
The outcome of your or your loved one’s future can depend upon calling the right lawyer as soon as possible. Contact Friedman & Bresaw online for legal support you need now.