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When a criminal charge puts your future at stake, you need an experienced lawyer who will fight to protect you. Here are some of the results that attorney Thomas J. Quinn has obtained for past clients.

State v. N.W.

Original charge: Sexual exploitation of a minor (felony)

Court charge: Plea to contributing to the delinquency of a minor (misdemeanor)

Sentence: Youthful Offender Act sentence suspended to probation (This can be taken off N.W.'s record later.)

State v. C.M.S.

Original charge: Sexual exploitation of a minor, second degree (mandatory jail sentence) – multiple counts, attorney general

Court charge: Five counts sexual exploitation of a minor, third degree

Sentence: One year home incarceration

State v. C.L.

Original charge: Assault and battery, second degree, auto-breaking (multiple counts) and larceny (multiple counts)

Court charge: Assault and battery, third degree, and one count auto-breaking

Sentence: One year probation

State v. E.G.

Original charge: Distribution of drugs, possession of drugs and possession of paraphernalia

Court charge: Possession of drugs (other charges dismissed)

Sentence: Conditional discharge (If successfully completed, the charge will be dismissed and removed from E.G.'s record.)

State v. M.D.

Original charge: Criminal sexual conduct with a minor (felony, mandatory sex offender registry)

Court charge: Assault and battery second degree (misdemeanor, no registry)

Sentence: Probation

State v. K.B.

Original charge: Probation violation (Officer asked for a four-year sentence.)

Court charge: Probation violation

Sentence: 90 days

State v. Ruiz

Original charge: Incest (felony, mandatory minimum, mandatory sex offender registry)

Court charge: Assault and battery second degree (misdemeanor, no registry)

Sentence: Probation