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Criminal Defense Lawyer John L. Calcagni, III of Providence, Rhode Island

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Criminal Defense in Providence, Rhode Island

The Criminal Defense Law Office of John L. Calcagni, III has a proven track record for success in the Rhode Island Criminal Justice System, in the courtroom, including trials and appeals, and have the resources to develop a winning defense. Our firm provides personalized, successful, and expert representation for clients in need of a criminal defense attorney in state, federal, and military courts. If you believe you have been charged with a new offense and seek to be released on bail, call (401) 351-5100 the Rhode Island Criminal Defense Attorneys at the Law Office of John L. Calcagni, III to schedule a free consultation.

Criminal Defense Attorney with Extensive Experienced Defending Cases in Rhode Island in the Following Areas

Appeal
Appeals

You may have options even after a conviction or a final ruling in your case. Learn more or contact a Rhode Island

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Arson Charges
Arson

The intentional setting of fire to a building, vehicle or other property for the purpose of causing damage.

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Assault

The application or threat of harmful or offensive contact between persons.

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Bail Hearings

The condition by which a defendant is released or allowed to remain free from pretrial custody while awaiting trial.

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Conspiracy

An agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime with the shared intent to commit that crime.

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Disorderly Conduct Charges
Disorderly Conduct

Knowingly, intentionally committing acts which are of a nature to corrupt public morals.

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Domestic Violence Charges
Domestic Violence

Criminal acts that occur between individuals with familial, domestic or romantic relations.

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Drug Charges
Drug Charges

Drug and/or Narcotics Offenses are prosecuted instate and federal courts across the country.

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Expungements

Under Rhode Island law, you may be entitled to have your criminal record sealed or expunged.

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Firearms Charges
Gun Charges

A complex web of state and federal laws exists regulating the possession and y use of firearms.

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Grand Jury Representation

Grand juries determine if probable cause exists to believe to an individual committed a felony criminal offense.

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homicide criminal charges
Homicide

If you are facing murder or manslaughter charges in Rhode Island.

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Kidnapping Criminal Charges
Kidnapping

The criminal offense of restraining, taking away or transporting someone against their will.

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Motor Vehicle Charges
Motor Vehicle

The law provides a detailed list of criminal and civil Motor Vehicle Offenses of which you must be wary.

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Property Criminal Charges
Property Charges

Crimes which relate to the lawful and non-consensual infringement on the property rights including trespassing and other charges.

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Sex Crime Charges
Sex Crime

Sex crimes include a wide range of offenses such as sexual assault, child molestation, indecent solicitation and child pornography.

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Stalking Cyberstalking Criminal Charges
Stalking And Cyberstalking

Cyberstalking charges are serious and can have significant repercussions for those who are convicted of committing these crimes.

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Theft Charges
Theft

Theft crimes involve those offenses which relate to the stealing of the property of another.

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Violation Hearings
Violation Hearings

Hearings in District and/or Superior Courts regarding violations of bail, probation and parole.

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Warrants
Warrants

A warrant is a court order authorizing law enforcement to take a particular action such as to arrest or to search a person or specified property.

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White Collar Charges
White Collar Crimes

White collar crime is a phrase used to describe non-violent criminal acts designed to obtain financial.

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