1. SECOND DEGREE MURDER IN RHODE ISLAND: PAROLE GRANTED

    PAROLE LAWYER ADVOCATING FOR THE PAROLE RELEASE OF HIS CLIENT FROM THE ACI: Client is arrested and convicted of Second-Degree Murder in Rhode Island.  Client is sentenced to 50 years to serve in prison. After serving roughly 25 years, and being denied multiple times by the Rhode Island Parole Board, client hires Parole Lawyer Noah…

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  2. Charged With An Ounce Of Cocaine: Client Gets Drug Diversion Program

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    Client is stopped in Jamestown, RI for a traffic offense. After a check on client’s license, it comes back as suspended.  An inventory search of the car reveals and ounce of cocaine. Client is charged with possession of an ounce to a kilogram of cocaine. If convicted, client could face up to life in prison….

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  3. How Can I Get My Probation Terminated Early?

    Rhode Island has just codified a new rule which allows for the early probation termination, assuming that certain criteria is met.  This court rule was codified as part of a statewide effort to reduce the number of people currently on probation, as Rhode Island has one of the highest rates of probationers across the country….

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  4. How Much Good Time Can An Inmate Get?

    In Rhode Island, after a defendant has been sentenced to serve time at the Adult Correctional Institute (“ACI”), they generally become eligible to receive good time. Good time, as the name suggests, is credit given to an inmate for good behavior while in prison.  This credit is in the form of actual days shaven off…

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  5. First Degree Robbery in Rhode Island: Parole Granted

    Client is arrested and convicted of First Degree Robbery. Client is sentenced to serve 15 years at the Adult Correctional Institute.  After serving nearly half of his prison sentence and being denied parole multiple times, client hires Parole Lawyer Noah Kilroy to represent him before the parole board. Rhode Island General Laws 13-8-14 provides in…

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  6. Possession Of A Gun While Committing A Crime of Violence: Dismissed.

    Noah Kilroy Helps To Get Client’s Firearm Charges Dismissed: Client is arrested in his apartment in Pawtucket, Rhode Island and charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin, cocaine, and crack-cocaine.  Client is also charged with possession of a firearm while committing a crime of violence.  Rhode Island General Laws 11-14-3 provides in pertinent part…

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  7. What Are The Bail Guidelines In Rhode Island?

    Attorney Helps To Secure Bail For Clients: In Rhode Island, the setting of bail is always within the discretion of the court regardless of the offense, and cannot be prohibited by statute.  The primary purpose of bail, be it of the pre-trial or the post conviction variety, is to assure a defendant’s appearance in court…

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  8. What is A Laned Roadway Violation?

    In Rhode Island, a driver must use due care when making a roadway lane change.  Often times, when a police officer responds to an accident in which someone has been sideswiped by another car, the officer will issue a laned roadway violation ticket. The specific language of of the law governing this offense reads as…

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  9. What Are The Criminal Statute of Limitations In Rhode Island?

    In Rhode Island, if a charge is not brought against a person within a specific period of time, the right to prosecute that case is lost forever.  However, there are certain exceptions, as some charges have no limit on the time that they may be brought against a person.  Rhode Island General Laws 12-12-17 provides…

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  10. What Is Disorderly Conduct?

    In Rhode Island, understanding what constitutes disorderly conduct can be confusing. Often times, people generally think that the behavior proscribed by statute would tend to violate ones right to free speech.  The law draws a very pointed distinction, however.  More specifically, Rhode Island General Laws 11-45-1, otherwise known as the disorderly conduct statute provides that:  …

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