Are you facing criminal charges in Rhode Island? If so, you know that this is no laughing matter, but instead, something to be taken seriously. Criminal charges can leave you dealing with hefty fines and even a lengthy jail sentence. That’s not all! You could lose your job as a result and have difficultly securing future employment. You might lose your license. You may even have to complete community service or be placed on probation. No matter what kind of criminal charges you are up against, the penalties you face can be life-altering.
In a time like this, your future may be looking pretty bleak as you begin to feel there’s just no way out. In fact, you may have even been told by other people that you don’t stand a chance at getting your charges dropped or even lowered. Don’t fall victim to believing this and make the decision to not hire a lawyer. Giving into these charges and simply accepting the fate you’re handed is not the way to deal with any kind of criminal charge, no matter how bad the situation may look. The reality is, you stand a chance at minimizing the impact these charges have on your life if you have the right attorney by your side. That attorney is Kensley Barrett.
Kensley Barrett is an experienced Glocester, RI criminal defense attorney who is prepared to take on your case and represent you in the court room. He has proudly served the state of Rhode Island for over five years and has gotten over 300 criminal cases dismissed on behalf of his clients. His knowledge of the state’s laws and his experience dealing with a wide array of cases make him a great choice as your criminal defense attorney.
At the Law Offices of Kensley Barrett, we have taken on many criminal cases, including: alcohol offenses such as DUIs and refusal cases, drug possession charges, probation violation, theft and robberies, white collar crimes, domestic violence, and assault and battery. Handling so many different cases has helped Barrett learn the defensive strategies that actually work to get cases dismissed. He can then put those skills to use for you if you hire him as your attorney.
No matter what kind of criminal charges you are dealing with, it’s imperative that you get an attorney involved as soon as possible. You don’t want to wait too long because an attorney needs a proper amount of time to conduct an investigation into your case. That’s exactly what we do here at our firm. We will review all of the details regarding your case to put together the right defensive strategy that works. When your case goes to court, Barrett will work hard to challenge the prosecutor in an attempt to discredit any evidence they present. We prepare our clients to head to court by being transparent and honest about what they can expect and what they need to do.
If you are interested in speaking with Barrett regarding your case, you can schedule an initial consultation with us. This is a no-obligation consultation at no cost to you. It provides an opportunity for you to discuss your case with an experienced attorney, get an idea of what you’re facing, and decide if Barrett is the right attorney for you. If you choose to move forward and hire our firm, we will get started working on your case right away.
About Kensley Barrett
Kensley Barrett is a Glocester criminal defense attorney who has proudly served the Rhode Island area for over five years. His top priority is always to protect his clients and to minimize the impact criminal charges could have on their lives. He consistently works tirelessly to defend his clients and get the best results possible for them. You can count on him to provide aggressive representation and to clearly communicate with you every step of the way through the legal process.
Barrett studied at the University of Connecticut School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctorate. He also obtained a Bachelor of Arts from Florida International University. Barrett is also an active member of the Rhode Island Bar Association and the National College for DUI Defense.
Before becoming a criminal defense attorney in Rhode Island, he was an attorney for the the U.S. Department of Education, an Assistant Public Defender, and an Equality Opportunity Specialist at the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development. Barrett has also proudly served our country as a member of the United States Coast Guard for over 10 years.