When your future is at risk, experience alone isn’t enough—you need an attorney you can trust.
When your future is at risk, experience alone isn’t enough—you want an experienced criminal defense attorney you can trust to go that extra mile. You want to work with someone who is looking out for your best interest. You want lawyers who are going to give it their all to ensure the best possible results for your situation. At Olin Lippiello LLP, this is the promise we make you.
Why Olin Lippiello LLP?
At Olin Lippiello LLP we care about our clients and we are committed to giving you, and your case, the individualized attention you deserve. We fully understand the lasting impact a criminal conviction could have on your life and recognize the critical importance of a strong criminal defense. With decades of experience in the criminal justice system, our comprehensive backgrounds and unique insights are invaluable strengths when creating your criminal defense strategy.
Experience in District, Superior, and Federal Court
From a misdemeanor offense to a felony charge, we have the experience and knowledge to handle your case. Make sure that you are properly represented should your case, for any number of reasons, be elevated to a higher court by calling us now. Lisa Lippiello is one of the few criminal defense attorneys with over 30 years of experience in criminal law qualified to defend cases in every court. Count on having the best defense on your side by working with an attorney who can pull from years of successful experience regardless of where your case is tried.
Criminal Justice System and Your Rights
Regardless of how you ended up here—with everything from your reputation to your freedom on the line—we know how distressing it is to find yourself facing criminal charges. Suddenly, your life is turned upside down. Your future is put on hold. Thrown into the criminal justice system, you might feel anxious, powerless, and frustrated as you try to make sense of a system that can be both complicated and confusing.
At Olin Lippiello LLP, we’ve dedicated our lives to fully understanding the ins and outs of our criminal justice system. We have worked to become legal experts so that you don’t have to face these criminal charges alone.
Take control of your situation and protect yourself and your rights—call 413-203-0010 for a free consultation and speak directly with an experienced criminal defense attorney at Olin Lippiello LLP.
What you need to know right now:
You have rights: No matter the situation, you have rights guaranteed under the Constitution. These include the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney. Before you answer any questions or make a statement, contact us and we will make sure that your rights are respected.
Working with a lawyer: It is a common misconception, encouraged by crime TV shows, that requesting a lawyer makes you look guilty—this is not true! You have a right to legal representation. Lawyers not only work to protect your rights but also help you file court forms, meet deadlines, and navigate the criminal justice system.
Criminal Law Process
You can count on our experienced trial lawyers to be with you every step of the way to create a strategic, aggressive, and dynamic defense aimed at achieving the best possible results for your situation. From having charges dropped, to negotiating plea deals, or seeing a case through trial and appeals—we are with you until the end.
Facing Criminal Charges
Whether you find yourself in the back of a cop car or being asked to come in for questions, remember you have a right to remain silent and to ask for legal representation. As your criminal defense attorney, we will immediately begin advocating on your behalf, ensuring your rights are respected as well as helping you to navigate the bail process and the arraignment hearing.
At the arraignment, you will be informed of the criminal charges that were filed against you, at which point we can immediately begin working on your defense strategy. Having an advocate you trust with you through this process will make it immeasurably less overwhelming.
Trial and Appeals
The burden of proof falls on the prosecution. At Olin Lippiello LLP we pride ourselves in our ability to anticipate every possible approach the prosecution may take. Whenever possible we will move to have a case dismissed due to insufficient evidence, overreaching, or because your constitutional rights were violated. As your criminal defense attorney, we will question the prosecution at every point. If you are convicted, we’ll work with you to determine your case’s merits for an appeal, and we’d work quickly to prepare a new defense.
The impact of a criminal conviction can be felt long after you’ve completed any court-mandated sentence. Background searches and even a quick Internet search can make it hard to move forward with your life. For certain convictions it is possible to eventually have your record expunged. Give us a call today so we can figure out if your situation might qualify.
“Attorney Lippiello is a wise counselor, a zealous advocate, and an excellent litigator. She is persuasive in negotiations, calm in crisis, quick on her feet, and convincing in argument. On top of all this, she is patient, understanding, and thoughtful to her clients, courteous to adversaries and respectful to her court.”
Regardless of where you are in the process—we are here for you. From negotiating bail to having your record expunged, call us now to discuss the options available to you.
Let us do our job so you can get back to living your life.
Often the result of an emotional response and not a premeditated action. They are frequently charged in the superior court due to the potential for convictions to result in prison time.
Possession and distribution charges are based on physical evidence acquired through a legal search and seizure. The severity of the charges vary depending on the drug classification and the amount in possession.
Ranging from criminal trespass to vandalism, to larceny and arson. Property crimes can carry severe penalties and are aggressively pursued by law enforcement.
Offenses can range from indecent exposure to aggravated sexual assault, sexual solicitation, child molestation, and child pornography. In addition to any felony or misdemeanor sentencing, convictions often include registering as a sex offender.
Operating Under the Influence
Driving a vehicle while intoxicated; you can be charged either if your blood alcohol level is above the legal limit or if your driving appears to be impaired. Sentencing varies but includes the possibility of prison time.
Also known as involuntary manslaughter, when a car accident, caused by vehicle negligence, recklessness, or impaired driving, results in the death of someone other than the driver. Circumstances are factored in when deciding if it will be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony.
Other Areas Include:
- Harassment Prevention Orders
- Stalking, Criminal Harassment
- Violation of Probation
- Motor Vehicle Infractions
There isn’t a criminal defense client that we can’t help. No matter how dire your situation may feel, there are always options we can pursue to improve your situation. Call 413-203-0010 today and let’s get started on your defense strategy.