Dedicated Dover, NH Criminal Law Attorney
New Hampshire attorney with 24 years of criminal law experience
With his 24 years of experience, Attorney Steven J. Keable has the skills and diligence to provide you with aggressive representation and supportive counsel. When you’re faced with a criminal charge in New Hampshire that can seriously limit your opportunities, Attorney Keable works hard to provide you with the best possible defense and obtain the most favorable disposition.
If you have been accused of or charged with a crime, call the Law Office of Steven J. Keable to secure the valuable legal advantage of being represented by a seasoned criminal defense attorney.
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Rich history of practicing criminal law
Attorney Keable has been practicing law in the Seacoast Area for more than 20 years, and for the past five out of his office now located at 53 Silver Street in Dover. Prior to opening his own office, Attorney Keable had prosecuted hundreds of jury trials in various Superior Courts, as well as countless bench trials and other hearings in the District Courts of Rockingham, Strafford and Carroll Counties.
Two years out of Law School he was promoted to the position of Chief Deputy Rockingham County Attorney. During his time at the Rockingham County Attorney’s Office, he was also named head of the newly-formed Sex Crimes Unit. He has also prosecuted for the New Hampshire State Police and the Strafford County Attorney’s Office. Attorney Keable has left prosecution and is now using the lessons learned as a prosecutor to effectively represent defendants charged with felonies, misdemeanors and violations, with an emphasis on Sexual Assault cases of all types, and DWI.
Contact a Dover criminal law attorney you can depend on.
Call the Law Office of Steven J. Keable at 603-617-4304 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation.
The Law Office of Steven J. Keable serves clients in Dover, Portsmith, Rochester and Summersworth, and throughout Strafford, Rockingham and Carroll Counties.