Framingham Criminal Lawyer
Many people find themselves facing criminal charges after being arrested in Framingham. Often times they are misdemeanor crimes, but nonetheless are going to be prosecuted by the state. You need a criminal defense lawyer that understands Massachusetts’ criminal law, as well as the Framingham District Court. At DelSignore Law, we have extensive experience representing defendants in Framingham, and are frequently at the courthouse fighting for our clients.
Criminal charges can be daunting especially if it is your first run-in with the law, but DelSignore Law attorneys can help assist you through the process and work to make sure you understand the charge and what is going on with your case.
Commonly, those arrested in Framingham are facing criminal charges of:
- … Drug possession or distribution
- … Domestic assault and battery/ regular assault and battery
- … Armed robbery
- … Larceny (grand or petty)
- … OUI/ DUI
At DelSignore Law, we represent clients everyday who are facing similar charges, and understand that often times you can not undertake the court process alone.
Hear what our clients have to say:
“What an amazing Attorney!”“ I cannot express enough just how grateful to Attorney DelSignore for all of his hard work on my case. I was arrested in Framingham and had to go to the Framingham District Court for all of my court dates. It was evident that both attorneys were familiar with and had experience in the court, and they were able to keep my mind at ease throughout the entire process. It took roughly 14 months to resolve my case, and Attorney DelSignore absolutely shined while fighting the charges against me on trial day- I was found not guilty! I would recommend DelSignore Law over and over again. Thank you both!”
- Client testimonial
An overview of the court process:
1. Arraignment: Your arraignment date will be your first appearance in court. This is generally a very quick date, as you will simply go in front of the judge, have your charges read to you, and you will enter a not guilty plea to any and all of the charges.
2. Pretrial Hearing: A pretrial hearing is essentially a day for your defense attorney and the prosecution to touch base. At court this day, a DelSignore Law will request any outstanding evidence we feel is necessary, and may request to schedule a motion hearing date. You may have on pretrial date, but it is very common to have 3 or 4 pretrial dates as necessary.
3. Motion Hearing: A motion hearing is an opportunity for us to challenge something in your case, such as statements you made to the arresting officer. Basically, we are trying to exclude any incriminating evidence against you so that it cannot come into your trial. It also gives us a substantial look into the prosecutions case if we have to take the case to trial.
4. Trial: Your trial can last anywhere from a couple of hours to a full day (sometimes more). As your trial is approaching, we will discuss whether or not you wish to have your trial in front of a judge or if you wish to have your case heard before a jury of your peers.
The Framingham District Court is located at:
600 Concord Street
Framingham, MA 01701.
Located close to the Framingham District Court, DelSignore Law is conveniently located in Westborough at 1900 W Park Dr. #280. Attorney DelSignore is available to meet you at your earliest convenience. Contact us today!