The stakes in criminal cases are high. If you have been arrested, you should retain the services of an attorney. Driving under the influence can result in serious penalties, jail time, fines, loss of your driver’s license, counseling, probation and the payment of court costs. Drug Offense cases often carry mandatory minimum sentences. Other types of crimes, including sex crimes, not only have harsh penalties but also significant personal and social consequences.
Halpin & Mostowy, LLC understands and stands with its client every step of the way. It’s your freedom on the line, protect it. It is our job to protect your rights at all stages of the criminal process. Halpin & Mostowy, LLC, can help explore the options available during this stressful time. If you would like to discuss your legal options following an arrest or criminal investigation, please feel free to contact us at 860.506.3121 or via email through our online form. We offer a free initial consultation, and provide legal services for many criminal clients on a fixed fee basis.
We handle criminal cases in the following categories:
Penalties for most criminal charges are serious, far reaching, and a lawyer should be retained before your first court hearing. Many mandatory minimal penalties, even for first time offenders, are contained in the Connecticut General Statutes. Based on the police officer’s report and the prosecutor’s file, an experienced attorney can assess the minimum mandatory penalties for most people arrested. People arrested multiple times face harsh penalties and jail time. The best way to ensure that you are getting the best result possible is to have an attorney by your side during the criminal process.
If you have been charged with a crime and would like to discuss your legal options, please feel free contact us at 860.506.3121 or via email.
We accept cases from across Connecticut, including clients from Avon, Bantam, Barkhamsted, Bristol, Burlington, Canton, Farmington, Hartford, Harwinton, Litchfield, New Britain, Plainville, Terryville, Torrington, Southington, Unionville, Waterbury, West Hartford, and Wolcott