Rhode Island criminal defense lawyer, David Slepkow, aggressively represents clients in Criminal Misdemeanors in Rhode Island (RI). David was voted as a top 3 lawyer in Rhode Island by the Providence Journal Reader’s choice award. David also has a superb rating from AVVO, 10 out of 10. David represents clients in the following types of Criminal Law Matters: domestic assault, domestic disorderly conduct, domestic vandalism, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, DUI / DWI, refusal to take breathalyzer tests, assault, shoplifting, writing bad checks, probation violations, larceny, vandalism, obtaining money under false pretenses, violation of no contact orders and restraining orders, expungements, etc.
Experienced Rhode Island Criminal Defense Attorney, David Slepkow prides himself on providing aggressive, caring and timely legal representation to his clients.
David Slepkow also concentrates in Rhode Island Divorce and Family law. Many criminal matters are intertwined with divorce and family law matters and child custody and visitation matters. David uses his extensive experience to help his clients with Criminal matters related to the Family relationship. Please email David Slepkow for any questions or inquiries. Free initial Consultations. Evening Appointments available David is a very aggressive advocate for his criminal defense client. He will battle the state / prosecution to get the charges dismissed or if the client desires go to trial to attempt to obtain a not guilty judgment.
Rhode Island Criminal Attorney David Slepkow has Authored Numerous in Depth Articles Concerning Rhode Island Criminal Law. Please visit: RI Criminal Law Articles. Also visit: David Slepkow’s Rhode Island Expungement Law Articles
“Provides an executive summary of the Arrest-Related Deaths (ARD) component of the Deaths in Custody Reporting Program (DCRP) technical assessment report. Data from the ARD represent a national accounting of persons who have died during the process of arrest, including homicides by law enforcement personnel and deaths attributed to suicide, intoxication, accidental injury, and natural causes. This executive summary includes a technical review of the ARD programs methodology and an assessment of the programs coverage of all arrest-related deaths in the United States.” Assessment Of Coverage In The Arrest-Related Deaths Program, Duren Banks, Ph.D., Lance Couzens, RTI International, Michael Planty, Ph.D., Bureau of Justice Statistics October 8, 2015 NCJ 249099 Bureau of Justice Statistics, Office of Justice Programs. http://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=pbdetail&iid=5412
“Family violence accounted for 11% of all reported and unreported violence between 1998 and 2002.About 22% of murders in 2002 were family murders. Of the nearly 500,000 men and women in State prisons for a violent crime in 1997, 15% were there for a violent crime against a family member” Bureau of Justice Statistics Family Violence Statistics: Including Statistics On Strangers And Acquaintances http://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=pbdetail&iid=828