Criminal Defense

A Criminal Defense Attorney You Can Trust

When you or someone close to you is charged with or is even suspected of a crime, the experience can be frightening. Beyond the emotion attached to the actual allegation, the question “what happens next?” comes with immediate concerns about the impact of the case on your family, your job, your license and your existing relationships to name a few. With so much riding on your case, you need an experienced attorney to guide you through the court process.

Rhode Island criminal law is defined by a set of specific statutes found in the Rhode Island General Laws. My name is Attorney Thomas H. O’Brien of The Law Offices of Thomas H. O'Brien, and I have a thorough understanding of these laws and the manner in which they’ve been interpreted by the Rhode Island Supreme Court. With more than 16 years’ experience practicing criminal law, I ensure that every one of my clients gets the full benefit of every law and every rule.

How I Fight For My Clients

In the more than 20 years I have been serving my clients, I have earned extensive experience in handling criminal defense matters involving:

I will handle your criminal matter from beginning to end, including matters associated with arrest, bail hearings, probation violation hearings, arraignments, presentments, pretrials, jury trials and appeals. As a criminal defense lawyer, I am licensed and ready to handle misdemeanors in every district court division, including the 3rd Division (Kent), the 4th Division (Washington), the 2nd Division (Newport) and the 6th Division (Providence). If you are facing felony charges, I am licensed to defend you in every county, including Kent County, Washington County, Providence County and Newport County. I thrive even when taking on the most complicated criminal defense needs on behalf of my clients. I do not back down from a fight against major firms, and I am committed to seeing you through all of your needs.

I also offer my clients guidance through complicated areas related to criminal defense, such as bail hearings for hold-without-bail cases. When you are looking to clear a charge from your record, I can assist in your expungement pursuit. My advice in refusing a breathalyzer can help you secure your license.

Act Today And Defend Your Tomorrow

From misdemeanors to felonies, there is no better time than now to get an attorney if you are facing criminal charges or if you even think you will be facing charges soon. You can contact my Warwick office today by calling 401-753-0094, or emailing me here. Schedule your free initial consultation today to sit down and begin preparing your best possible defense.