Police and Prosecutors have Unlimited Resources to Obtain a Conviction Against You or Someone You Love.
You have one opportunity to retain attorneys with the experience required to negotiate a satisfactory
resolution or take the matter to trial before a Judge or Jury. We have successfully represented thousands of
people charged with crimes-obtaining the best possible results.
You Have Rights If You Are Accused of a Crime
It is absolutely critical that you understand that if you are charged with a crime, you have certain rights that
have been guaranteed in our Federal and State Constitution.
One of the most critical rights that you have is the right to the attorney of your choosing to represent you at
what might be the most critical time in your life.
A criminal conviction can be devastating and can result in your imprisonment, fines, costs and probation. It
can mean the loss of your home, your family, your way of life.
At Boucher and Kanan we will do whatever we can to bring the best possible resolution to your case. As
criminal defense attorney's, we know how to defend even the toughest cases, and how to guide your case
through the system with your best interests in mind. Our offices will provide you with time, preparation,
respect, and persistence you should expect when you hire a private criminal defense attorney. We have
successfully defended clients with all types of misdemeanors and felonies, such as:
Driving on a Suspending license
Hit and Run
Driving under the Influence (DUI)
Fraud Criminal Threats/Terrorist Threats
White Collar Crimes
Narcotics and Drug Crimes
Possession or Sale of Narcotics
Illegal Possession of Firearms
You'll no doubt have questions about how the process works, what happens next, and how best to prepare your
defense. Our priority is successfully defending you and keeping you well informed. We pride ourselves in
answering your questions and concerns in a timely manner. Clients can expect a response to questions within
A person who has been convicted of a crime has a number of options for seeking additional relief from the
criminal justice system -- including the filing of an appeal to have a criminal conviction overturned or sentence
The Criminal Appeal Process Occurs Only After a Plea or Conviction by Jury.
The appeals process has strict time limits for filing or perfecting the appeal. You need someone with the
requisite experience to assure that you don't forfeit your rights or the rights of a loved one. You can't trust just
any attorney to successfully handle your appeal, you need attorneys who have filed appeals, appeared before
appellate courts and have obtained real results for your clients.
Michael Boucher and Joe Kanan each have twenty five years experience in Criminal Defense and Appeals.
Contact us today for a no obligation consultation at 810-982-3961