1. Charged With Calling In Bomb Threat: 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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    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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    Prison cell block.

    PAROLE LAWYER ADVOCATING FOR THE PAROLE RELEASE OF HIS CLIENT FROM THE ACI: The client is arrested and convicted of Second-Degree Murder in Rhode Island.  The 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, the client hires…

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


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

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  5. First Degree Robbery in Rhode Island: Parole Granted

    Prisoner entering his cell.

    The client is arrested and convicted of First Degree Robbery. The 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, the client hires Parole Lawyer Noah Kilroy to represent him before the parole board. Rhode Island General Laws…

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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: The client is arrested in his apartment in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, and charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin, cocaine, and crack-cocaine.  The client is also charged with possession of a firearm while committing a crime of violence.  Rhode Island General Laws 11-14-3 provides in…

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  7. Child Support Dispute: Client Awarded Lower Support Payments.

    Noah Kilroy Helps Lower Client’s Support Payments: The client is taken to a child support court by the mother of his two children. The client immediately hires Kilroy Law Firm to represent him in this matter.  Attorney Noah Kilroy enters on Client’s case and determines that the Child Support Guidelines suggest that the Client should…

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  8. Arrested For Half a Kilo Of Cocaine And A Gun: Bail Granted

    Lawyer Helps Client Get Bail Client is arrested in Pawtucket, Rhode Island and changed with possession with intent to distribute a half a kilogram of cocaine and possession of a gun. If convicted of the drug offense, client could face up to 50 years in jail and a $500,000 fine.  If also convicted of the…

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  9. Possession With Intent To Distribute Cocaine: Bail Granted

    Lawyer Fighting Bail Denials for Drug Crime Violations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island Client is arrested in the Park Holm area of Newport, Rhode Island, and charged with possession with intent to deliver cocaine- a felony. If convicted, client could face up to 30 years in jail; up to $100,000 in fines; and a subsequent…

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  10. Domestic Disorderly Conduct: Dismissed

    Experienced Attorney Gets Domestic Disorderly Charges Dropped in Rhode Island Client is arrested in the Newport Heights housing complex in Newport, Rhode Island and charged with Domestic Disorderly Conduct.  If convicted, client could face up to six months in jail; have to take domestic violence classes (at client’s expense); have a no-contact order imposed; and…

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