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DUI-DWI, Misdemeanor, Felony, Criminal
Rhode Island DUI and Criminal Defense Attorney

For the past several years, Attorney Tom Thomasian has worked with clients facing every type of criminal charge in every county of Rhode Island. For a... (more)

"I just want to start by saying thank you to both Tom and Jamie for there services. They both were very professional and acted with confidence in the court room. I would highly recommend Tom to anyone who is in need of a great lawyer and getting the results your looking for. They were always just a phone call or text away when ever I had a question or just needed to talk. Overall I had a great experience with them and would definitely hire them again if needed. Thanks to them I will be able to continue in my career without any worries."

  1 year ago     Kimberly Deneault


"Tom and Jamie are amazing .He kept my son out of jail and got him community service.hiring Tom and Jamie was the best decision we ever made.thank you so much."

  1 year ago     Cheri Laboeuf


"Tom and Jamie are awesome! They were very helpful and caring making sure I understood every step of the process! I was happy to have them represent me! They're very personable providing you with there own personal cell phones which you can call or text them any time!"

  1 year ago     Brandon Martone


"Tom and Jamie were the best attorneys me and my husband ever had. They were professional and kind through out my husbands case. They kept me aware of everything going on even when I couldn't speak to my husband directly. The whole case was dismissed at pretrail and my husband has no record so he can return to his job in law enforcement. I will recommend this law firm to anyone they are great people and awesome at their job! Thanks again!"

  1 year ago     Ashley Cowen


"This review is for my experience from nearly a year ago. Tom is a top notch attorney, affordable, and very easy on the eyes (which is a good thing in court). He promised to take care of everything in as painless a manner as possible, and that is precisely what he did. Oh, and he did it as quickly as possible while I was out of the country on vacation! So, if you're reading this review, please don't hesitate to reach out to him. He took my first call at the crack of dawn. So, who are you going to call? Tom."

  1 year ago     Muffin top Roy


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