Violent Crimes Require Experienced Legal Counsel
A fight or a threat to injure someone may seem insignificant, but prosecutors in New Hampshire do not take violent crimes lightly. If you face charges of aggravated assault, domestic violence, terroristic threats or any other violent act, it is in your best interest to take it seriously as well.
The first step to properly address any criminal charge is to retain experienced legal counsel from a law firm that has experienced criminal defense attorneys with a solid track record. The lawyers at Backus, Meyer & Branch, LLP, in Manchester have represented individuals in a wide range of criminal cases for more than 40 years. Best Lawyers in America, a highly regarded peer review publication that serves the legal profession, has recognized attorney in criminal defense every year since 2008.
The lawyer you select will have an important impact on the outcome of your case. We represent individuals who face state and federal charges in courts in Hillsborough County and surrounding counties, as well as across New Hampshire.
We Believe In The Presumption Of Innocence
According to New Hampshire law, assault charges can stem from any "unprivileged touching" of an individual. We understand that there are at least two sides to every story, and often more than that. We dig past police reports to get the full details of an incident.
Cases involving accusations of violence and other illegal acts often hinge upon small details. Our comprehensive knowledge of federal and state laws allows us to focus on the types of facts that often turn cases around. We represent clients in a wide range of cases, including:
- Assault and aggravated assault
- Vehicular assault
- Domestic violence
- Sexual assault
- Terroristic threats
An Effective Defense Begins With A Comprehensive Consultation
If you face criminal charges or even if you have been questioned in connection with a criminal case, it is a good idea to enlist the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. We invite you to call or use our online contact form to schedule a consultation. We can answer your questions, provide a candid assessment of your case and recommend an effective course of action.