Fighting Criminal Charges in Brighton

Russell Defense Firm Aggressively Advocates for Clients

Criminal arrests can be traumatic — even an investigation can cause anxiety and stress. At Russell Defense Firm, Attorney Adam Russell understands what you are going through, which is why he has devoted his practice to assisting people who are facing criminal charges.

When you work with his firm, you will be working with a dedicated defense attorney who is devoted to ensuring that your rights are protected and your freedoms are actively defended. He is committed to his clients and can assist you from the moment you schedule your free case evaluation to the conclusion of the legal process.

Cases We Handle

Russell Defense Firm can assist you in any of the following areas of criminal defense:

  • Driving Under the Influence
    Driving under the influence (DUI) — known as operating under the influence (OUI) in Massachusetts— is a very serious offense. Whether this is your first OUI charge or you are a repeat offender, you need to contact his firm right away. Adam can assist you in defending your rights after a field sobriety test and ensure that your driving privileges are not wrongfully taken away.
  • Drug Crimes
    If you were arrested and charged with the sale, distribution or possession of an illegal or controlled substance, you need to retain representation right away. First-time offenders and repeat offenders alike may have a lot on the line and deserve aggressive representation.
  • Assault
    After an assault, you need to act quickly and work with the Russell Defense Firm. Depending on the circumstances , you may be facing felony or misdemeanor charges. The moment police get involved, you need to contact Attorney Russell right away. An allegation of assault and battery upon a family or household member now includes special procedures for the prosecution to delay arraignment, written rulings kept in a statewide domestic violence record keeping system, and inquiry before arraignment or bail. A dismissal will not be removed from this "database of abusers".
  • Larceny/ Fraud/ Theft Crimes
    Larceny, fraud, or theft crimes are serious offenses that require the representation of an aggressive criminal attorney. If you or a loved one have been accused for any theft offense and charged with larceny, fraud, embezzlement, false pretenses, or false material statements, you need to contact an experienced lawyer immediately.
  • Violent Crimes
    The most severely prosecuted crimes in Massachusetts are violent crimes. Any crime that uses violence as a means to an end or as the objective is considered a violent crime. When specific crimes of violence are alleged, the prosecution is trained to ask for a 58A "dangerousness" hearing, for an order of pre-trial detention. For violent crimes, you or a loved one may not get a personal recognizance or just "bail out at arraignment". Prosecutors in Suffolk and Middlesex County are specifically trained in requesting high bail and dangerousness for crimes of violence. This includes rape, indecent assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and other violent felonies.

Legal Representation in Brighton, Massachusetts

Are you facing a criminal offense? Now is the time to act and retain the representation of a trusted Brighton criminal attorney. You need to immediately contact Russell Defense Firm. Adam Russell is proud to provide clients with outstanding legal representation for their cases and ensure that they are aggressively defended. In your time of need, who better to trust than an ethical advocate who is not afraid to take your case to trial?

You are not alone in this difficult time; you need to contact Russell Defense Firm right away. Schedule your confidential initial consultation with Adam immediately!

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