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Gaithersburg Violent Crimes Attorney

Montgomery and Frederick County Criminal Defense Lawyer

Over the past 32 years, Richard L. Healy, Esquire, has represented scores of individuals who have been charged with a wide variety of crimes ranging from robbery, assault, battery, gun charges, breaking and entering, and crimes involving sexual assault as well other serious crimes. Conviction of a serious crime can carry significant penalties, including lengthy periods of jail time.

Richard L. Healy has traveled throughout the state of Maryland, defending clients accused of serious crimes. As an experienced trial attorney with nearly 32 years of experience, Mr. Healy is able to effectively communicate with his clients to help them understand their constitutional rights and the charges they are facing, and thoroughly reviews and prepares each client's case and defense. Further, the law firm of Richard L. Healy, P.C., is committed to providing each and every client with an aggressive defense and encourages full client participation in the preparation of his or her case.

Even when a client elects to enter a plea of guilty, there are many valuable services that the law firm of Richard L. Healy, P.C., is able to provide to the client at the time of his or her sentencing. At sentencing, Richard L. Healy is focused on making sure that each client is seen in the most favorable light by the sentencing judge in order to ensure that the sentence of the court is fair and just and that the judge has all of the pertinent information about the individual standing before the court before imposing sentence. Further, Mr. Healy reviews in detail with each client his or her post-trial rights including an appeal, a motion for a new trial and/or a motion for a reconsideration of sentence to make sure that each client is fairly treated under the law and that his constitutional rights are protected.

Gaithersburg Lawyer Defending Violent Crime

Richard L. Healy, Esquire, has defended numerous clients throughout the state of Maryland who have been indicted and/or charged with serious criminal offenses stemming from:

  • Assault and Battery
  • Resisting Arrest
  • Sex Crimes
  • Assault with a Deadly Weapon
  • Carrying a Concealed Deadly Weapon
  • Robbery
  • Domestic Violence
  • Juvenile Offenses

Whether it is the first time that you have been charged with a criminal offense or whether you may have been arrested before, you need an experienced criminal defense trial attorney. There are many crucial stages throughout the criminal prosecution of an individual where it is critical that a person consult with an experienced criminal defense lawyer, and frequently even before he or she is charged with a crime. After a person becomes a person of interest to the police, or is formally charged, it is absolutely critical that a person consult with a competent defense attorney so as to protect one's constitutional rights. In short, the sooner you demand to speak with a lawyer and/or seek out the assistance of competent counsel, the better off you will be and the more options you will have in defending yourself and/or in preparing your defense.

Contact Experienced Maryland Defense Lawyer Richard L. Healy, Esquire

For more information regarding the defense against violent criminal charges in Maryland and to discuss your particular situation, contact the law offices of Richard L. Healy, P.C., in Gaithersburg at 301-990-6100 or in Frederick at 301-663-8470.

The law firm of Richard L. Healy, P.C., has offices in Gaithersburg and Frederick, Maryland. Richard L. Healy, P.C., provides legal representation to clients throughout the entire state of Maryland with an emphasis on Gaithersburg, Germantown, Rockville, Montgomery Village, Silver Spring, College Park, Frederick, Damascus, Boyds, Clarksburg, Hyattstown, Hyattsville, Olney, Wheaton, Potomac, Darnestown, North Potomac, Urbana, Chevy Chase, Bethesda, Hagerstown, Derwood, Walkersville, Middletown, Mount Airy, Adamstown, Takoma Park, Burtonsville, Sandy Springs, Thurmont, College Park and Westminster, as well as other locations within Montgomery, Prince George's, Frederick and Washington Counties.

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