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Frequently Asked Questions About Violent Crimes Defense

What should I do if I am charged with a violent crime?

If you are charged with a crime of violence, it is important to remember that those crimes typically carry heavier sentences than so-called “non-violent” crimes. As with any crime, you should consult with an attorney who has a level of experience in criminal matters to provide you with the best defense possible.

As former First Assistant District Attorney for Hampden County Frank Flannery knows all the tools the prosecution will use, since he himself used them in many high profile cases, including murder; and he will be able to provide you with the outstanding defense you need because of that experience on the other side.  

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