If you have been accused of a crime, you are right to be worried. Even a relatively minor charge can change the course of your life. You are not just at risk of jail time and fines. A conviction will lead to a criminal record. With readily available Internet background checks, an intensely competitive job environment, and many other life pressures, it is more important than ever to get sound counsel from a lawyer who will genuinely focus on your case.
More Than 35 Years Of Criminal Defense Experience
Follender Law Offices, P.L.L.C., in Nashua, New Hampshire, brings more than 35 years of experience and a record of success to criminal defense cases.
Whether you know you made a mistake or have been falsely accused, it is important to have a real trial lawyer on your side at this pivotal time. Attorney Rick Follender will work closely with you on a personal level to help you fully understand likely consequences and make the best possible decisions. He is a skilled, effective negotiator who thoroughly analyzes and prepares each case we handle, and is fully prepared to fight for you in trial.
The Importance Of Early Intervention
We encourage you to contact us as soon as possible for your free consultation. Often, early intervention allows us the opportunity to have charges dismissed or reduced, or to minimize penalties. What might have been a felony may become a misdemeanor. What might have led to jail time may end up leading only to probation or just a fine.
What Have You Been Arrested For?
Our law firm handles a wide range of criminal charges such as:
- Drunk driving charges, including first-time DWI/DUI offenses and even more serious aggravated DWI/DUI offenses
- Drug charges, including possession of marijuana and prescription drugs
- Theft charges, including shoplifting and other property crimes
- Assault and other offenses involving altercations or threats, often arising out of a family dispute and exposing the accused individual to a domestic violence charge
Our Work Together Begins With A Free Consultation
Call 603-577-8757 or send an email to learn more about how we can protect your rights.