The law firm of Lynch & Pine is made up of some of Rhode Island's most talented former prosecutors. After years of successfully representing the people of the state, we have turned our focus to defending those accused of crimes, or who may be dealing with government investigations. We handle state offenses across Rhode Island as well as federal crimes in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Founding attorneys Patrick Lynch and Jeffrey Pine are both former Rhode Island Attorneys General. Every other lawyer on our team has served as a prosecutor for the State of Rhode Island. Our complete knowledge of the law and thorough understanding of how the government prepares its cases put us in a singularly advantageous position to build a compelling defense on your behalf.
Our extensive litigation experience benefits clients in every aspect of our practice. From our primary practice in criminal defense to the cases we handle in the areas of family law, business law and personal injury, we are well-known for our ability to effectively argue our clients' cases in court. Between our time as prosecutors and our time in private practice, we have litigated, literally, thousands of cases collectively.
When you choose our firm, you can feel confident in our ability to provide the timely representation you need. We work closely with you to understand your unique legal needs and develop a customized strategy designed specifically to address them. Please take a few minutes to learn more about our attorneys and their backgrounds. Choose a name from the list below to get started.
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