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Zachary J. Smith

  • Criminal Law, Workers' Compensation
  • Maine
Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&A

While I concentrate in criminal defense and workers' compensation, I have represented a fair number of clients on civil cases and have formed a respectable number of business entities.

Practice Areas
    Criminal Law
    Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
    Workers' Compensation
  • Free Consultation
    I give 30 minutes free for a consult. Anything after that requires a fee agreement in writing.
  • Contingent Fees
    Contingent-fee representation available for workers' compensation and employment discrimination matters only.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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  • English: Spoken, Written
University of Maine - School of Law
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Professional Associations
Maine State Bar  # 005343
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Maine State Bar Association
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Maine Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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Penobscot County Bar Association
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Legal Answers
5 Questions Answered
Q. Need pro bono lawyer to represent us in Lincoln, Maine for return of stolen property to get our camp & lease back
A: That issue is out of my usual areas of practice. It also sounds like something that would require extensive research and litigation. I don’t think I can take on a case like that pro bono.
Q. Are there any instances where the police wouldn't need a warrant to search a house?
A: That's a complicated question, and the answer often depends on application of various constitutional doctrines. Usually a warrant is required, but exceptions abound.
Q. If I suspect animal abuse or neglect on a neighbors property how much trouble could I get in for trespassing for proof?
A: This sounds hypothetically as if it would constitute trespass, a misdemeanor-level offense. However, I'm not certain that under these circumstances you would be charged. Another concern would be a property owner who thinks a trespasser is there to cause harm and accordingly shooting said trespasser.
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Contact & Map
Lawsmith Legal Services, L.L.C.
P.O. Box 1049
304 Hancock St. Suite 1K
Bangor, ME 04401
Telephone: (207) 573-4229