Kevin O. Hagan, Esq. is a Rhode Island attorney providing representation in DWI, DUI, Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Civil Litigation and Family Law. Attorney Hagan served 6 years as a Rhode Island Special Assistant Attorney General. As a prosecutor, Attorney Hagan prosecuted hundreds of major crimes including child abuse, homicide, robbery and white collar crime. As a criminal defense attorney, Kevin has defended clients charged with all forms of capital offenses, major felonies and misdemeanors. Attorney Hagan has successfully litigated family law cases, personal injury cases, DUI cases and criminal cases of every kind.
If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges in Rhode Island, contact Attorney Kevin Hagan at (401) 619-0477 for a no obligation consultation regarding their case and information about how we can assist.
For more information visit our website at www.kevinhaganlaw.com.
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- DUI & DWI
- Family Law
- Domestic Violence
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- Rhode Island
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- Roger Williams University School of Law
- J.D. | Law
- Providence College
- B.A. (1998) | Philosophy
- Kevin Hagan Law
- "RI License Suspension"
18 February 2011
- "Operation Elements of DUI Cases"
6 February 2011
- "Cross Exam of Prosecution Witnesses"
11 October 2010
- "Breathalyzer Elements for Admissibility"
12 May 2010
- Attorney Hagan honored in "Newport this Week"!
4 May 2010
- "In a RI DUI case, the attorney of record should have an in depth knowledge of the constitutional requisites for the admissibility of evidence."
18 April 2010
- "A first offense of driving while intoxicated can carry more than the six months' jail penalty"
11 April 2010
- "In Rhode Island, Drunk Driving, DUI, DWI, Sobriety Checkpoints are unconstitutional."
1 April 2010
- "A majority of DUI and DWI arrests for driving while intoxicated are made without warrants and are based on personal observation of the suspect's conduct by the arresting officer."
18 March 2010