You are innocent until proven guilty!
No matter what type of allegation, being charged with a criminal offense is serious and can have major ongoing effects to many aspects of your life. Don’t take any chances. The experienced criminal defense lawyers at the McGrath Law firm in Concord NH can successfully navigate you through the criminal justice system so you can get your life back on track. We provide competent aggressive defense representation throughout all stages of the process for all levels of offenses.
Driving While Intoxicated and Driving Under the Influence are now considered to be “criminal” offenses under New Hampshire Law and carry serious penalties including Administrative loss of license; Court imposed loss of license; hefty fines, increased insurance rates, mandatory counseling, follow up treatment and in some cases even imprisonment. Often times proper police procedures are not strictly adhered to as required during the arrest process and evidence is wrongfully obtained in violation of an individual’s Constitutional Rights. Don’t settle for less, contact the trained legal professionals at the McGrath Law Firm today to defend you.
Punishable by a maximum penalty of one year in jail and a two thousand dollar fine, Misdemeanor allegations encompass a wide variety of lower level criminal offenses such as Simple Assault, Criminal Threatening, Theft, Domestic Violence offenses, minor drug possession and many more. Don’t risk a result that could affect your future. Contact the experienced criminal defense team at the McGrath Law Firm to protect your rights.
Felonies are the most serious types of criminal offenses. New Hampshire Law designates different classes of Felony offenses based on a multitude of variables. Class “B” Felonies are punishable by a maximum penalty of three and one half to seven years in the New Hampshire State Prison and a four thousand dollar fine. Class “A” Felonies are punishable by a maximum penalty of seven and one half to fifteen years in the New Hampshire State Prison and a four thousand dollar fine. “Special Felonies” are subjected to enhanced penalties such as higher fines and longer terms of imprisonment. Some commonly charged Felonies are robbery, burglary, first and second degree assault, possession of Narcotic drugs and drug possession with intent to distribute, conspiracy, weapon related offenses, sexual assault and murder. Felony convictions can have many collateral consequences that can affect you for years to come or even the rest of your life. Don’t settle for anything but the best possible representation. We provide many years of experience and have defended thousands of clients against all types of criminal charges. Contact the criminal defense team of the McGrath Law Firm to assure your rights are protected.
Motor Vehicle Violations
Most of us drive a motor vehicle on a daily basis, usually out of necessity to get to work or school. Even the most conscientious of drivers can make a mistake and find themselves charged with a motor vehicle violation. Even minor infractions cumulatively can result in loss of license or even certification as a habitual offender. In a rural State like New Hampshire, not being able to drive can affect your ability to support yourself and your family or cause you to lose your job or career. Don’t let this happen to you. Contact the legal professionals at the McGrath Law Firm to protect you and your family.
The age of majority in the State of New Hampshire was recently raised from 17 years of age to 18 years old. This means that people 18 and under who are charged with a criminal offense are dealt with in the Juvenile Justice System. Although similar to the adult criminal justice system our juvenile system has many intricacies that require an experienced legal professional to protect your child’s rights and ensure that justice is served. The defense team at the McGrath Law Firm has many years of experience assisting families and juvenile offenders get their lives on track and move on to become productive members of society. We all want the best for our children. Let the McGrath Law Firm help you to make sure that is what they get. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Administrative Hearings are “‘quasi-judicial” proceedings that are held outside of Court before someone other than a Judge. The results of these proceedings can have often serious effects on people’s lives and livelihoods. Whether you are called before the Division of Motor Vehicles, Labor Board, Employment Security or any other Administrative body know that you don’t have to go it alone. The members of the McGrath Law Firm are here to assist and protect your rights.
Help is just a call to the McGrath Law Firm away.
Contact Us for Help
If you’ve made a mistake or bad decision leading to an arrest or criminal charge, you should know you’re not alone. McGrath Law Firm is here to help defend against your charge and preserve your rights throughout your case.
Even though you’ve been charged with a crime, it’s important to understand that you have a right to a fair defense. McGrath Law Firm is here to provide that defense and offer you peace of mind as you navigate the often stressful legal process.
At McGrath Law Firm, we treat clients with respect, and we work diligently to ensure that your case is handled fairly in the court of law. Our knowledgeable attorneys apply their expertise and experience to help bring about a fairer case outcome. From arrest to trial to possible conviction, McGrath Law Firm stands by your side to alleviate the stress and anxiety that is often coupled with criminal law cases.
Contact Your Criminal Defense Lawyers
McGrath Law Firm
20 Montgomery Street
Concord, NH 03301
Merrimack County – (603) 224-7111
Rockingham County – (603) 432-6819
Fax: (603) 228-8095