On Thursday, November 29th, 45-year-old Derrick Degrace was arrested by
Barnstable police for his apparent involvement in a string of recent crimes
which included breaking and entering, theft, fraud, forgery and more.
This was not his first run-in with the police. In fact, when Degrace was
arraigned the following day, it was his 250th arraignment. According to
police, Degrace's criminal record dates back more than 25 years. The
judge ordered Degrace be held on a $10,000 cash bail, and he is expected
back in court on December 20th.
Regardless of the charges and evidence against you, if you or a loved one
has been arrested for a crime you owe it to yourself to find an aggressive
criminal defense attorney who is familiar with all aspects of criminal law and will fight
to protect your freedom and your rights. When you contact my firm, I will
take the time to thoroughly review the charges against you, evaluate the
best course of defense, advise you of the legal options available to you,
and work diligently to build you an effective defense.
The worst thing to do after being arrested is to do nothing. Even if it
appears that the evidence is stacking up against you and you have no hope,
it is in your best interest to find an attorney who understands how to
prepare a strategic defense case. At my firm, each client is treated with
respect and I am personally committed to every case I represent.
Contact a Quincy criminal defense lawyer at Flanagan & Associates today in order to schedule your confidential
consultation and case evaluation.