Serving Massachusetts & New Hampshire
Including Middleton, Portsmouth, Salem, Cambridge, Lawrence, Derry, Manchester & Boston
When you are in a difficult situation that requires the assistance of a knowledgeable, caring representative, turn to DeBernardis & Associates, P.C. Our criminal law attorneys have the experience and know-how to help you get the best results. We can represent you in the following cases: • Operating Under the Influence • Assaults (with & without weapons, aggravated, simple) • Drug Charges (possession and/or distribution) • Gun Charges • Theft • Robbery • Prostitution • Receiving Stolen Property • Uttering • Forgery • Motor Vehicle Offenses • Domestic Assault • Resisting Arrest • Disorderly Conduct
Criminal Lawyers Serving Massachusetts and New Hampshire
Simply understanding the process by which a criminal matter will proceed can be overwhelming. A defendant can find solace in an experienced representative that will guide him/her through his/her case to help make the difficult decisions that follow. Our Massachusetts criminal attorneys will advise you of: • the charge & its penalties • your trial rights • potential motions, and their likelihood of success • investigation of evidence • discovery • steps necessary to prepare for trial • considerations for trial • likelihood of success at trial • trial process • trial strategies • plea considerations No matter what your ultimate decision, you cannot proceed without a clear picture of the law, the facts and the affect of the case on your future. We have the knowledge and experience to provide you will zealous representation in your criminal case. Attorney DeBernardis will make sure that you understand the progression of the case, every aspect of the law involved, the potential outcomes and the affect of the case on your future. She will ensure that you are comfortable in your decisions and will fight to protect your interests.
Contact a criminal law attorney today
The outcome of a criminal matter will affect your future. Make sure that your interest is protected and that you have an experienced advocate on your side. You can contact Christine G. DeBernardis in her Massachusetts office (978-225-0661), New Hampshire office (603-373-0545) or online.