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Attorney Patrick E. Donovan earned his bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College in 1986, and his law degree from Boston College Law School in 1990. He formerly worked in the New Hampshire Department of Justice in the DWI Section and Homicide Unit as a Senior Assistant Attorney General. Criminal Defense Attorney Donovan also served as a clerk for the NH Supreme Court and as House Counsel to the NH House of Representatives.

Attorney Patrick Donovan can help you or your loved one in need of an experienced trial lawyer. Our firm has developed a diverse knowledge base, allowing us to help resolve criminal matters as well as business or commercial disputes. We can protect your rights and also assist you in recovering damages as a result of a car accident or other personal injury.

Patrick Donovan is admitted to practice in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and in Federal Courts.

Practice Areas:

Criminal Defense:

Driving While Intoxicated, Operating after Suspension, Sexual Assault, Drug Charges, Simple Assault, Theft and Other Felonies, Misdemeanors or Violations

Civil and Corporate Litigation:

Trade Secret Violations, Employment Discrimination, Contract Claims, Construction Claims and Defense

Personal Injury:

Motor Vehicle Crashes, Slip and Fall, Commercial Accidents or Injuries

Business Law:

Corporate and Business Mergers and Acquisitions, Small Business Formations (Corporations, LLCs), Partnership and Buy-Sell Agreements

A Message from Firm Founder Patrick E. Donovan, Esq.

“I believe that it is, not only my ethical duty, but my mission to protect and vigorously defend my clients’ rights to the full extent of the law with integrity, passion and responsibility. Litigation can be costly and time consuming, regardless of whether you find yourself facing criminal charges or in the middle of a civil dispute. I make it my practice to discuss and advise clients as to the costs associated with any case, and endeavor to provide them with a cost-effective arrangement that will successfully resolve their problems. The key to any relationship is mutual respect. As an attorney and counselor, mutual respect requires, at a minimum, knowledge and an understanding of my clients’ goals, ambitions and situation, good or bad.  Typically, clients come to me at their darkest and most desperate hour. Navigating the court system can be a daunting and intimidating experience, but the costs of hiring a tough, aggressive, experienced and knowledgeable advocate should not require financial ruin.”

Patrick E. Donovan, Esq.


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