Being charged with a violent crime is one of the most serious accusations out there. A conviction for a violent crime could be devastating—leaving a person with a ruined reputation, families and friendships destroyed, or possibly heavy time in prison for one or more individuals.
If you or a loved one are charged with a violent crime, you are going to need an experienced criminal defense attorney to stand up for your right to fair and impartial treatment in our legal system. Contacting a criminal defense attorney with years of experience in the courts defending people from serious, life-changing accusations, like Attorney William J. Barabino, will ensure you are ready to put the prosecution on the defense.
With Attorney Barabino, it's Never Over Until it’s Over
The gravity of an accusation does not guarantee a conviction. Due to limited manpower and budget restrictions, police and prosecutors can often miss key aspects of a case. They might not always pursue alternative suspects, verify or disprove alibis, or interview a witness who could provide damaging testimony to the defense. The prosecution might likewise work from incorrect assumptions—such as that the victims of violent crimes know their attacker. Such circumstantial evidence or a weak alibi can result in a rush to judgment when police and prosecutors are overburdened.
Attorney William Barabino is no stranger to these minor but essential details which could be the difference between success and failure in a case. A sharp attention to detail distinguishes Attorney Barabino from other criminal defense attorneys out there. He has always been a firm believer in the importance of preparation. In every case he takes on, he will devote hours of time to investigate and prepare the strongest possible defense for his clients—making sure to examine all the details and weaknesses of the opposing argument, leaving no stone unturned.
Attorney Barabino is ready to take on any charge of a violent crime:
If you find yourself facing charges, and are under investigation for a violent crime, contact violent crime defense lawyer William J. Barabino. Call his Medford, Massachusetts law office at 781-393-5900 or complete his online contact form, which you can find here.