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Misdemeanor Conviction for Domestic Assault

Criminal Defense Charges: Client was detained by ICE authorities based upon a 2002 misdemeanor conviction for domestic assault. Despite being a long-term permanent resident of the United States who was eligible for cancellation of removal, he was detained by the…

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First Degree Sexual Assault

Criminal Defense Charge: Client charged with first degree sexual assault by Warwick Police. Complainant told police she never consented to sexual intercourse with client after a house party because she was passed out. The attorney general’s office pursued an indictment…

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Second Degree Child Molestation

Criminal Defense Charge: Client was charged with second degree child molestation. After an extensive investigation and negotiations with attorney general, the charge was amended to simple assault for probation. Case Result: Client is spared a felony sex conviction and will…

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Possession of Cocaine Conviction

Criminal Defense Charge: Client was ordered removed based upon a 1997 possession of cocaine conviction. Client was denied the ability to apply for cancellation on this conviction due to a 1982 breaking and entering charge that constituted an aggravated felony….

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First Degree Sexual Assault

Criminal Defense Charge: Client was charged with two capital counts of First Degree Sexual Assault in Providence Superior Court. Case Result: After a six-day jury trial in which the state called 9 prosecution witnesses, including a DNA expert, client was…

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Rhode Island Domestic Violence Penalties

In the state of Rhode Island, domestic violence convictions carry heavy consequences. Over the past 30 years, there have been drastic shifts in the legal authority granted to law enforcement officers. Police are now able to make warrant-less arrests when…

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Different Types Of Manslaughter

Involuntary manslaughter is when a person is killed during another crime, or when a death occurs without advance planning. This is usually divided into two categories, criminally negligent and constructive manslaughter. Constructive manslaughter is considered an “unlawful act” and is…

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