1. Do The Police Have to Read Me My Rights?

    Providence Criminal Lawyer

    We have all heard on TV the following Miranda rights being read… You have the right to remain silent; Anything you say can and will be used against you in the court of law; You have the right to an attorney; If you can not afford one, one will be provided to you. Many of...

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  2. Criminal Lawyer Noah Kilroy Covered By The Providence Journal in Murder-For-Hire Case

    Rhode Island Criminal Defense Attorney Noah Kilroy was hired to represent a Providence man accused of a murder for hire plot to kill two people over a business dispute. Client was charged in the Federal Court and if convicted, faced up to 20 years in prison. After client pleaded guilty, Attorney Kilroy presented mitigating evidence...

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    2 Kilos of Cocaine

    Drug Trafficking Lawyer Noah Kilroy Convinces Court To Grant Client Bail: Brockton Police receive information from the United States Postal Inspector that a suspicious package was due to be delivered to a specific address in Brockton, Massachusetts. The Massachusetts State Police and Brockton Police set up surveillance outside of this address and later watch the...

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  4. Charged With OUI Third Offense: Found Not Guilty After Jury Trial

    Kilroy Law Firm OUI

    Fall River OUI Attorney Kilroy Earns Not Guilty For Client: Westport, Massachusetts Police Department received a 911 call alleging client was driving his truck into oncoming traffic at a high rate of speed. Police stop client and observe him to have watery; bloodshot eyes; slurred speech; and the smell of alcohol emanating from his breath....

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  5. Charged With Carrying Firearm Without License: Case Dismissed

    Firearm without license case

    Massachusetts Criminal Defense Attorney Gets Gun Case Dismissed:   Client was arrested while sitting in his parked vehicle in Fall River, Massachusetts and charged with carrying a firearm without a license; possession of a large capacity firearm; and possession of ammunition without and FID card. If convicted, client faced a mandatory minimum of 18 months...

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  6. Attorney Noah Kilroy Covered By The Associated Press In Trafficking Case

    Criminal Defense Attorney Noah Kilroy represented a client accused of trafficking 15 kilograms of Fentanyl from California to Massachusetts. Client was apprehended by DEA in Sturbridge, Massachusetts and charged federally. If convicted, client faced up to a life sentence in prison. After an evidentiary hearing on a motion to suppress, and multiple pre-trial conferences, Attorney...

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  7. What is a Dangerousness Hearing, In Massachusetts?

    Massachusetts Dangerousness Hearing

      In Massachusetts, a “Dangerousness Hearing” may be held to consider if a person is a danger to the community. Under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 276, Section 58A, a person may be held without bail for a period of 120 days should one lose such a hearing. At a dangerousness hearing, the Commonwealth must prove...

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  8. What is the difference between getting your record expunged v. sealed?

    Rhode island sex crime defense

    Rhode Island Criminal Lawyer Files Motion To Expunge and Seal Records For The Accused: Your case has ended, your court fees are paid and you have no other obligations or ties to the courthouse. Except, now you want your record gone so a future job, school or other establishment is unaware of your prior situation....

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  9. Charged With Calling In Bomb Threat: Case Dismissed

    Fall River Bomb Threat

    Massachusetts Criminal Attorney Noah Kilroy Provides Zealous Defense of Clients: Client was charged with calling in a bomb threat after at a local Fall River Dunkin’ Donuts after allegedly being told the store did not have his favorite coffee flavor– butter pecan. The store was evacuated and a bomb-sniffing dog had to be brought in...

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    firework without license

    RHODE ISLAND DEFENSE LAWYER NOAH KILROY PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF CLIENTS: The client was issued a citation on the Fourth of July at India Point Park in Providence for Illegal Possession of Fireworks. In Rhode Island, the penalty for such an offense turns on whether an individual is in possession of at least $500 worth...

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