Bellenot & Boufford, LLC
Connecticut Criminal Defense Attorneys
Defending You Against Criminal Charges
Have you been charged with a crime? Has your child been accused of juvenile delinquency? Do you want to make certain that your rights are protected? Our Monroe criminal defense lawyers will take your call immediately if available or return your call quickly to help ease your concerns.
Providing a Strong Defense Against a Wide Range of Felony and Misdemeanor Charges
Our attorneys handle criminal defense cases involving a wide range of misdemeanor and felony charges, including:
DUI/DWI Lawyers A DUI may be charged even if a person has not consumed alcohol. Driving under the influence of prescription or illegal drugs can also result in a DUI charge. Regardless of the specific allegations, we will work hard to protect your rights and your driving privileges.
Domestic Violence Attorney Allegations of domestic abuse can turn your life upside down, especially if you are going through a divorce. These types of charges involve a number of steps through the criminal justice and family court systems. We can guide you through this process every step of the way.
Defense Attorneys for Burglary/Robbery/Theft These serious charges carry serious consequences. Get the experienced legal help you need to defend yourself against these types of allegations.
Drug Possession Lawyers There is no such thing as a minor charge involving drugs. Even a conviction for possession of a small amount of drugs will result in a criminal record that can follow you for life. We understand how to build a strong defense against these charges, and we will work hard to minimize the potential consequences.
Lawyers for Assault/Aggravated Assault/Assault and Battery Assault charges may be brought for behaviors as minor as shoving to incidents involving deadly weapons. No matter what the circumstances of your case, rest assured that we will help protect your rights at every turn.
Lawyers for Shoplifting People from all walks of life receive charges of shoplifting, including those who have no prior criminal history. The prosecution takes these cases very seriously, which is why it is important to establish an equally serious defense.