When a person has been arrested for allegedly committing a crime, one of the first things that he or she wonders is whether the charge will result in jail time. The answer depends on a series of factors, such as the charge in question, the alleged misconduct, whether the prosecution can prove its case, and whether the person charged has a prior criminal record. Having an experienced attorney at your side affects the outcome of your case, so if you were recently charged with a criminal offense in Massachusetts, it is critical to contact an experienced Cambridge criminal defense attorney who can defend your interests. Even if the person charged is not facing jail time, he or she may be placed on probation and/or may be subjected to expensive fines and fees.
Being charged with a criminal offense can have devastating consequences. With so much on the line, it is crucial to have the advice and support of a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney.
Defendants convicted of crimes in Massachusetts face consequences beyond jail time, probation terms, and fines. Convictions may result in the suspension or revocation of one’s driver’s license and may make a person ineligible for student loans or public housing. Individuals convicted of a felony and certain misdemeanors are prohibited from owning a firearm, and non-U.S. citizens may be subjected to deportation or inadmission. Having a criminal record can also make it much more difficult to secure employment.
Contact an Experienced Cambridge Criminal Defense Attorney Today
At The Law Offices of Keren Goldenberg, we understand that being charged with a crime can be emotional and confusing. We dedicate ourselves to aggressively representing the interests of our clients in the courtroom while taking the time to patiently explain options and possible outcomes. Please call 978-221-2503 to contact our Lowell office and 617-431-2701 for our Belmont office.