As a Boston and Norfolk County criminal defense lawyer, I completely understand the anxiety and fear that people experience, if they believe they are going to be arrested. And the feelings that they also have after they are arrested. Being handcuffed and put into a police cruiser is a scary experience that elicits all kinds of bad emotions – everything from embarassment, to worry, to being overwhelmed. It’s one of those situations in life where you can’t believe that you are saying to yourself, “I think I’m going to be arrested. What do I do now?” or, “I’ve just been arrested. What do I do now?”
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol (OUI/DUI), shoplifting, assault and battery, or rape. Our legal offices in Westwood and Boston handle all matter of crimes, in a wide variety of towns, and we successfully defend people who have been arrested and don’t know the first steps they should take to protect themselves and their rights.
That’s why I created a FREE “tip sheet” showcasing the Top 10 things you should do if, and after, you’ve been arrested in Massachusetts. Chances are, no other attorney will offer you this information, which everyone can download for FREE, by simply clicking here. This is advice on what to do after being arrested.
One of the tips, for example, is that you should ask any Massachusetts criminal defense lawyer you speak with if he or she has been ranked by a professional attorney rating organization such as www.avvo.com. Click here to see our ranking on Avvo, which is 8.1 out of 10, which is rated as “excellent.”
Don’t waste time being afraid, if or after you’ve been arrested. Request our FREE tip sheet and get yourself on the road to getting your life back. You deserve to take the best care of yourself at this most difficult, stressful time.