Criminal Defense

If you have been charged with a crime, you may be unsure of what to do next. The judicial system is in place to prosecute those charged with crimes, but you are not up against the system alone. You can retain a knowledgeable and experienced attorney to build a strong and relevant defense on your behalf. An expert criminal defense lawyer will investigate the details surrounding the charges against you and ensure that your civil rights were not violated prior to, during or after your arrest. Your attorney will conduct all necessary research and obtain expert and witness testimony to present a compelling case in court.

Fairfield Criminal Defense Lawyers

You need a law firm with the resources to establish a powerful defense that may secure fewer penalties, a lighter sentence and/or a not guilty verdict for you. The attorneys of Fairfield Criminal Defense Attorneys make every case a priority and aggressively pursue the best outcome for each client. With our help, you will not be a victim of the system. Instead, you will have a topnotch team of trial attorneys, investigators and legal experts working together to preserve your rights. Please call for a free consultation, so that we can discuss your legal rights and options with you and determine the best course for your defense.

Practice Areas

Narcotics/Drugs: Due to the frequent transportation of drugs through Connecticut, thousands of people are charged with drug-related crimes each year. If you have charged with a drug crime, learn more here.

Sexual Assault: Sexual assault laws differ in each state, and Connecticut state penalties for statutory rape can be up to 25 years. If you have been charged with a sexual assault crime, learn more here.

Assault: Assault is one of the most serious crimes to be charged with in Connecticut, and it carries heavy penalties. If you have been charged with an assault crime, learn more here.

Domestic Violence: In Connecticut, once the charges have been assessed, it is very difficult to get them dropped, even if the victim wants to retract the charges. If you have been charged with Domestic Violence, learn more here.

Risk of Injury to a Minor: The Connecticut laws regarding Risk of Injury to a Minor are broad, and you need a skilled lawyer to fight this serious charge. If you have been charged with a Risk of Injury to a Minor crime, learn more here.

School Expulsion: In Connecticut, the Board of Education will usually appoint an impartial hearing officer to listen to your child’s case. Make sure you are as prepared as possible, by learning more here.

Weapon Possession: The majority of weapon possession offenses in Connecticut are charged as felonies. If you have been charged with a weapons possession crime, learn more here.

Vandalism: Connecticut laws state that vandalism or criminal mischief can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony. Learn more about your charge and how one of our lawyers may be able to get it lowered here.

Breach of Peace: Connecticut Breach of Peace laws include a wide range of behavior. If you have been charged with a Breach of Peace crime, learn more about why you were charged here.

DUI/DWI: Connecticut DUI/DWI laws are strict and the penalties are serious, even for first time offenders. If you have been charged with a DUI/DWI crime, learn more here.

Robbery: In Connecticut, even a small theft can earn you time in jail, and robbery has far greater consequences. If you have been charged with a robbery or theft crime, learn more here.

Murder: As a state that allows the death penalty, it is vital to have a strong defense attorney when charged with murder. If you have been charged with murder, learn more here.

Attempted Murder: The prosecution in an attempted murder case has to prove the intent to murder behind the charge, which means an experienced attorney can aggressively pursue a lowered charge on your behalf. If you have been charged with attempted murder, learn more here.