Mahon, Quinn & Mahon, P.C.
636 Broad Street, Meriden, CT 203.238.1010
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Criminal Lawyers

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Michael D. Quinn

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 Know your rights! Whether you are first time offender or a repeat one, Mahon, Quinn & Mahon, P.C. can help you if you have been arrested in Connecticut. Our office and support staff have the knowledge to assist you from the date of your arrest until the final disposition of your case. Our understanding of the serious administrative and criminal consequences that may arise out of your arrest will help ensure that your legal rights are protected during each step of the process. Our criminal practice is spearheaded by Attorney Michael Quinn

Skilled Criminal Defense Attorneys

Our office is dedicated to fighting for your legal rights. We are experienced in handling a variety of criminal and motor vehicle cases, including:

  • Motor vehicle infraction violations
  • DUI
  • Evading responsibility
  • Larceny
  • Possession of narcotics
  • Assault
  • Breach of peace
  • Misdemeanors
  • Felonies
  • Violations of probation
  • Juvenile criminal matters

First Time Offender Representation 

First-time offenders in Meriden, Wallingford, Middletown, Cheshire, and other parts of Connecticut may be eligible for pre-trial diversionary programs that, if successfully completed, will result in a dismissal of the charges and no criminal record. Our office has experience taking advantage of these programs for the benefit of our clients. Those accused of misdemeanors and lower level felonies may be eligible for Accelerated Rehabilitation, which is a form of probation that can be granted for up to two years.

First-time DUI offenders may be eligible for the Alcohol Education Program, which requires attendance at weekly classes for either 10 or 15 weeks during the course of one year after admittance into this program. Those arrested for possession of narcotics may be eligible for the Community Service Labor Program or the Drug Education Program. Individuals under the age of 18 may be eligible to have their cases disposed of as a Youthful Offender. It is essential to have a Meriden criminal defense attorney that understands the intricacies of these programs and who can utilize them when needed.

Previously Convicted Defendants

If you have been previously convicted of a crime or a motor vehicle violation, you may be facing more serious penalties this time. Our attorneys can discuss your options with you and review the possible penalties and outcomes of your case. We have experience dealing with prosecutors and navigating the criminal justice system in Connecticut. Donít take a chance, your freedom is at stake!

If you need help with a criminal matter or motor vehicle violation, we urge you to contact our office today for a free and confidential consultation.

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