Are you facing criminal charges in Providence, RI? Has a loved one been charged with a crime? If you’re unsure of what to do next, our criminal defense attorney can help. The most important thing to remember is that not only are you innocent until proven guilty, but that you have a Constitutional right to have your day in court. That’s where we come in. We will guide you every step of the way. For help navigating the criminal defense process, standing up for your rights, and securing the best case outcome possible, call our criminal defense lawyer at the Law Office of Jay Bianco today.
Over the years, we have worked on a number of different criminal law case types, and are familiar with the definitions, sentences, and defenses associated with numerous crime types. Call attorney Jay Bianco if you are facing any of the following criminal charges:
Assault & Battery
Assault and battery is a common crime type, and one that can have serious consequences. Even minor assault and battery cases can change a defendant’s life and limit their future opportunities.
Domestic violence occurs when a family member or household member takes a violent action against another, or instills the fear of such. Domestic violence can have both civil and criminal penalties.
The use, sale, and manufacture of controlled substances is illegal in the state of Rhode Island. Consequences can range from misdemeanor charges to decades behind bars.
Drinking while driving is one of the most dangerous things a person can do, as well as a very unlawful action. If you are convicted of driving while impaired or under the influence, you could face jail time, a fine, and a license suspension.
Probation is sometimes offered as an alternative sentence; however, probation is not without a number of conditions. If these conditions are not followed, the accused can face serious consequences, including having to fulfill any original sentencing arrangements, such as time behind bars.
Theft, or larceny, is a crime that is penalized, in large part, by the value of goods stolen. You can learn more about theft charges and the penalties that you may face that are specific to your charges by reaching out to our law firm directly.
Nearly everyone has committed a traffic offense at some point, some much more serious than others. While some traffic offenses may only result in a fine, others could lead to jail time, license suspension, and other consequences.
Violent crimes are typically regarded as the most serious of criminal offenses. Violent crimes are punished harshly under Rhode Island law. If there is ever a time when you need surely need an attorney, it’s when you’re facing criminal charges for a violent crime.
If you are charged with a crime, you probably already know that hiring an attorney is within your best interests. But why choose the Law Office of Jay Bianco? At the Law Office of Jay Bianco, our Providence criminal defense attorney cares about you. When you choose our law firm, you can count on:
Working with an attorney who has been practicing for years is often much more valuable than hiring someone who’s new to the business. Especially when the potential penalties you’re facing are serious, you want someone on your side who’s been around the block a time or two.
One of the things that can be most detrimental to your case is hiring a lawyer who isn’t really interested in developing a winning strategy. A lawyer who takes a cookie-cutter approach and who doesn’t take the time to listen to you and your story, investigate and build your case could lead dire consequences like additional jail time and fines. Instead, you want an attorney who is willing to meet with you regularly, support you throughout the process, and take an individualized approach to building your defense.
As your attorney, It doesn’t matter if you are innocent or guilty. What matters is you are innocent until proven guilty. An Attorney who doesn’t listen to you, and who isn’t interested your case and lacks the experience needed to win your case isn’t worth your time. You need someone you can trust, and who will truly, genuinely, advocate for you and your Constitutional rights.
Jay C. Bianco has over 22 years of experience practicing law in the State of Rhode Island and Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Jay’s main practice areas are Criminal Law, Family Law, Elder Law and Estate Planning.
Jay graduated from Roger Williams University with Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and received his Juris Doctor from Roger Williams University School of Law.
Jay C. Bianco is ready to defend your rights!