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Finding Inspiration in Every Turn

Innovative Legal Counsel for Individuals

Many individuals perceive the legal system as vastly complex and confusing.
Our approach is to create peace of mind as we plan together.

Criminal Law

When you are under investigation or are charged with a crime, immediate legal help is a necessity. Our team of criminal lawyers is experienced in representing (i) senior executives, managers, and employees accused of white-collar crimes; (ii) clients charged with felonies; and (iii) clients facing misdemeanor charges of all types, including motor vehicle and drug charges. We are admitted in all state and federal courts in Connecticut.

If you, a family member, or a friend has been arrested or charged with a crime, or are under investigation, call 203-281-2700 x124 for a consultation.  We will discuss your case and the legal options available to you.  We are available for evening and weekend appointments.

We are prepared to represent you in a full range of criminal and related matters


      • Assault

      • Attorney Disciplinary Actions & Grievance Defense

      • Computer and Internet Offenses

      • Domestic Violence

      • Drug Charges

      • DUI and Traffic Offenses

      • Financial Crimes

      • Fraud Charges

      • Internet Communication with Minors

      • Juvenile Delinquency

      • Mortgage Fraud

      • Pardons

      • Parole/Probation Violations

      • Pornography

      • Pre-Indictment/Grand Jury Investigations

      • Prescription Drug Crimes

      • Pretrial Diversion Programs

      • Restraining Orders

      • Sex Offenses

      • Sex Offender Registration

      • Student Defense & Disciplinary Matters

      • Tax Crime/Tax Evasion

      • Theft and Property Crimes

      • Violent Crimes

      • White-Collar Crimes

If you are charged with a crime, or if you believe you may soon be charged or are under investigation, you should consult an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately. A conviction for a serious misdemeanor or felony may include large fines, incarceration, a permanent criminal record, and other extremely damaging consequences.

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