We zealously represent people in all criminal matters throughout the state, from speeding tickets to murder, Aggravated Criminal Threatening, Operating under the Influence, Gross Sexual Assault, Domestic Assault, and others. We understand that being charged with a crime is likely the most stressful experience in a person’s life.
With over 70 years of experience combined as family law, personal injury, employment discrimination, and criminal defense attorneys in Maine, Paradie & Rabasco has the resources and the passion to give a voice to people who have suffered personal injury, financial harm, or been accused of a crime.
As skilled and aggressive attorneys, we give honest, practical legal advice. With our experience in the court room, we have developed formidable negotiation and courtroom skills that ensure the best possible outcome for our clients.
You Have Rights
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As criminal defense attorneys we understand our clients are human beings with rich complex lives, with much to lose or gain with the outcome of their case. We are committed to the presumption of innocence and believe that by fighting to see that our clients’ constitutional rights are honored, we are in fact protecting the rights of the whole community.
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At Paradie & Rabasco, We’re Protecting You!
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