Lakeville Criminal Defense Attorney
Plymouth County Felony, Juvenile, OUI/DUI, Misdemeanor Crimes Defense
For more than three decades, the Lakeville Criminal Defense lawyers at The Noonan Defense Firm have been representing the residents of Lakeville and the surrounding area charged with first offense drunk driving, repeated offense DUI, drug possession of class A, B, C, and prescription narcotics, possession with intent to distribute narcotics, school zone violations, assault and battery, aggravated A&B, simple assault, battery, domestic assault, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, armed robbery, burglary, and all types of larceny theft crimes.
You can click on the links below to learn even more about some our specific practice areas.
- Felony Charges
- Clerk’s Hearings
- Criminal Record Expungement / Record Sealing
- DUI/OUI Drunk Driving Charges
- 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
People accused, charged or under investigation for crimes in Lakeville should call our criminal defense lawyers. We represent all cases ranging from complex felonies to simple misdemeanors. Our clients are from all different age groups and backgrounds. Our criminal defense lawyers are in Wareham District Court on a consistent basis.
If you’re accused of a crime in Lakeville Massachusetts, you should talk to an experienced criminal defense lawyer at the earliest possible stage in the criminal proceedings. Law enforcement officials can make or break their case interrogating a criminal suspect. However, if you request an attorney the police cannot seek your statement. When you have a skilled and experienced criminal defense attorney on your side you can rest assured that your rights and interests will be protected during the course of any criminal investigation. A skilled attorney familiar with police investigation practices and procedures is often needed to confront overzealous law enforcement officials determined to secure a conviction even at the expense of a suspect’s rights.
Lakeville Massachusetts Criminal Defense Attorneys • Free Consultation
Attorney Gerald J. Noonan has over thirty years of legal and trial experience. He has dealt with law enforcement officials on both sides of a criminal case. He is the unique position to anticipate and plan for police investigative tactics and can build a defense with this knowledge and experience in mind. Call our Lakeville criminal defense lawyers today at our Brockton Office (508) 584-6955 or our Taunton Office (774) 406-3707 and take the first step towards securing your rights.
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