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Experienced and trusted Connecticut criminal lawyers
Our Waterbury Connecticut Criminal Law Practice Group represents persons accused of having committed crimes, including crimes of violence, drug offenses, theft or property, white-collar crimes (tax fraud, securities law violations, RICO, embezzlement), serious motor vehicle offenses and other violations of state or federal criminal law.
Looking for a Waterbury Criminal Lawyer with the experience necessary to get you the outcome you deserve? The Moynahan Law Firm has extensive trial experience in both State and Federal Courts and with both misdemeanor and felony criminal defense cases. Our lawyers protect your constitutional rights and act as zealous advocates on your behalf. Our attorneys work closely with forensic experts and private investigators to defend your case.
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Criminal Defense Areas of Representation
Our criminal defense lawyers offer defense for:
Bail and Bond Proceedings
Pretrial release from custody, bail bonds, cash bail, and signature bonds
Copyright violations, cyber stalking, fraud, hacking, identity theft, malicious code
Domestic assault and battery, elderly abuse, harassment, restraining order violations, sexual assault, and stalking
Drugs and Narcotics
Drug possession, manufacturing, cultivation, trafficking, cocaine, crack cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, prescription drugs, steroids, heroin, ecstasy, and club drugs
Drunk Driving and OUI
Operating under the influence (OUI), driving under the influence (DUI), driving while intoxicated (DWI), vehicular homicide, and other alcohol-related driving offenses
Firearms and Gun Offenses
Assault weapons, concealed weapons, felons in possession, illegal sales, unlawful sales, and unlawful discharge
Motor Vehicle Violations & Crimes
Vehicular assault, homicide, drunk driving, manslaughter and reckless driving
Arson, robbery, homicide, murder and manslaughter
Probation and Parole
Revocation proceedings and post-conviction motions
Racketeering, such as gambling, bribery, extortion, bankruptcy fraud, mail fraud, securities fraud, prostitution, narcotics trafficking, loan sharking, and murder
Theft and Property Crimes
Auto theft, burglary, fraud, credit card fraud, identity theft, forgery, receipt of stolen property, trafficking in stolen property, and worthless check charges
White Collar Crimes
Bribery, fraud, extortion, forgery, identity theft, counterfeiting, embezzlement, larceny and money laundering, tax fraud, securities fraud, RICO violations.
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Contact us today if you have been, or expect to be, charged with a crime
If you are looking for a criminal defense lawyer for a loved one, or have been contacted by the police or charged with a state or federal crime in Connecticut, contact our law office today. For immediate assistance, call us at (203) 597-6364.