The town of Randolph, Massachusetts is situated in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. It was once the home of numerous shoe companies; as far back as 1793, when the town of Randolph was incorporated, farmers made boots and shoes to augment their household incomes from farming. Later, shoemaking became the town of Randolph’s main industry. Workers from all around New England, as well as from Ireland, Canada, Italy and Eastern Europe were attracted to the shoemaking industry in Randolph, and added to the culture of this town."Have You Been Arrested Or Are You Afraid You Might Be?
Since you’re visiting this page, the chances are that you have either already been arrested in Randolph, or fear that you might be soon. If so, you can click on the display button at the left side of this page, entitled "Free Arrest Tip Sheet!", or click here to receive a special FREE document from The Law Offices of William D. Kickham and Associates in Westwood and Boston. Attorney Kickham has taken the time to personally write a detailed article that provides “The Top 10 Things To Do If You Are Arrested For A Crime In Massachusetts.”
Says Attorney Kickham, “I wrote this article to help people who have been arrested and charged with a Massachusetts crime – it’s that simple. Most people have no idea what to do, or what steps to take in the aftermath of getting arrested. Quite simply, my clients have told me that this article helped them a great deal in the immediate hours after (or even before) being arrested.”Experienced Randolph, Massachusetts Criminal Defense Lawyer
Have you ever realized the horror of being handcuffed and arrested? Now just imagine that it’s done in a public place, where all you want to do is hide your face from being seen. It could be for any number of reasons: Driving under the influence of alcohol, also known as DUI or OUI. Unwittingly passing a bad check, known as larceny by check. Getting into a heated discussion with your partner, leading to shouting, hitting, and the police being called into your home to deal with domestic violence, or assault and battery. Ordinary people can be arrested on a variety of Massachusetts drug charges. The range of Massachusetts crimes that you can be arrested for are many, and include these:
- Traffic violations
- Drug offenses
- Assault and battery
- Rape/sexual assault
- Gun and firearms violations
- Clerk/magistrate hearings
- Theft crimes and property crimes
- Larceny by stealing
- Burglary crimes
When you’ve experienced the horrible situation of being arrested, you first order of business should be to contact a Randolph, Massachusetts criminal defense attorney: William D. Kickham. The Law offices of William D. Kickham are completely experienced in dealing with all manner of criminal defense cases, and totally understand the stress and anxiety that being arrested produces.
If you want to be in good legal hands, you need to call Sharon, Massachusetts criminal defense lawyer William D. Kickham at Ph.: (781) 320-0062 or at Ph.: (617) 285-3600. If it’s more convenient for you, you can also fill out an email contact form by clicking here, and we’ll respond to you very rapidly.
Attorney Kickham offers a rapid response 24/7, and even makes “house calls.” Call him today for a free initial consultation and evaluation of your criminal defense case in Randolph, Massachusetts.
If you’ve been arrested for a Massachusetts crime or feel you may soon be arrested, don’t take chances with your future. Call Sharon, Massachusetts criminal defense lawyer William D. Kickham today, and begin the process of obtaining the best legal defense that you can.