Franklin Criminal Defense Lawyer
Norfolk County Felony, Juvenile, OUI/DUI, Misdemeanor Crimes Defense
Franklin criminal defense lawyer Gerald Noonan has been upholding the rights of Franklin residents for decades. Attorney Noonan frequently represents clients charged with assault and battery, simple assault, battery, aggravated A &B, indecent assault, drug charges including possession of cocaine, heroin, marijuana, ecstasy, and prescription drugs like OxyContin, Oxycodone and Vicodin.
Larceny crimes such as larceny by check, larceny by stealing from a person, and other theft crimes ranging from burglary, armed robbery to buying stolen goods and shoplifting are handled by Franklin criminal defense lawyer Noonan and the criminal defense attorneys at The .
You can click on the links below to learn even more about some our specific practice areas.
- Felony Charges
- DUI/OUI Drunk Driving Charges
- Clerk’s Hearings
- Criminal Record Expungement / Record Sealing
- Drug Crimes
- Drug Possession Charges Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Sex Crimes Defense
- Theft Crimes Defense
- Violent Crimes Defense
- Arson Crimes
- Assault and Battery Charges
- Charges of Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon
- Home Invasion Charges
- Murder and Felony Murder Defense
Our Franklin DUI lawyers also handle DUI charges including 1st, 2nd, or 3rd offense OUI/DUI charges.
Franklin Massachusetts Crime Statistics
According to the FBI Uniform Crime Rate database Franklin has the following in a given year:
- 3 Rapes
- 4 Robberies
- 4 Assaults
- 18 Burglaries
- 140 larceny Thefts
- 7 Auto Thefts
Free Initial Legal Consultation – Get The Defense You Need
If you, your wife, son, or daughter are facing criminal charges or are being questioned by police as part of a formal investigation email our defense lawyers or call our Franklin criminal lawyers at The Noonan Defense Firm today at (508) 584-6955 to ensure your rights and interests aren’t being violated by an eager police department trying to make its case or a district attorney bent on securing a conviction.
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