Rhode Island Criminal Lawyer
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Lawyers in Major Cities in Rhode Island
EEast GreenwichEast ProvidenceExeter
NNarragansettNewportNorth KingstownNorth ProvidenceNorth ScituateNorth Smithfield
PPascoagPawtucketPeace DalePortsmouthProvidencePrudence Island
WWakefieldWarrenWarwickWest GreenwichWest KingstonWest WarwickWesterlyWood River JunctionWoonsocketWyoming
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Sample RI Criminal Cases
... The burden of proof on the state is much lower than that which exists in a criminal trial — the state need only show that "reasonably satisfactory" evidence supports a finding that the defendant has violated his or her probation. ...
... She subsequently was charged by criminal information with delivery of both heroin and cocaine, as well as two counts of conspiracy to violate the Uniformed Controlled Substances Act, GL1956 chapter 28 of title 21, by delivering heroin and cocaine. ...
... Mr. Marine testified that, subsequent to the meeting with defendant, he filed a victim impact statement with the Attorney General's office, in which he stated that he would be amenable to an amendment of the criminal charge to that of disorderly conduct. ...
... consequences even though the act may not have been part of the original plan or even if it was forbidden by one of the co-conspirators or even though the defendant may not have personally participated in any of the actions which constitute the substantive criminal offense, in ...
... the driver's side door. On July 6, 2005, Mr. Tiernan was charged by criminal information with felony assault pursuant to § 11-5-2.1  A jury trial commenced on January 25, 2006 and continued for four days. At trial, during the ...
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