Criminal Defense Attorneys in Boston handling:
Violent Major Crimes, Drug Cases, Operating Without a License, Drunk Driving, White Collar Crimes, Professional Misconduct, Computer Crimes and Internet Cases
Violent Major Crimes
Allegations of murder, rape, kidnapping, armed robbery, car jacking, attempted murder, armed house invasion, and burglary.
Allegations of possession, distribution, sale and trafficking of drugs, along with related forfeiture of property, money laundering and assets seized related to drug offenses. Both Federal and State court representation. Given the nature of drug crimes and harsh mandatory sentencing without parole, drug cases are among the most vigorously defended.
Our attorneys our experienced in the Defense of:
Hand-to-hand buys with undercover DEA and local law enforcement.
Drugs found in plain view.
Drugs found pursuant to search warrants.
Federal drug indictments involving multiple defendants.
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Drunk Driving OUI Stop- What you should do.
1. Keep Quiet. Do Not Make Any Statements. When questioned for OUI before arrest, you are not in custody for purposes of Miranda warnings. If you politely refuse to answer any of the officer's questions concerning the OUI investigation, either before or after arrest, then there won't be any statements that can be used against you in court.
2. Refuse the Field Sobriety Tests. The Field Sobriety Tests are completely voluntary. If you perform them, you may be arrested anyway. It may be better not to give the police evidence that will be used against you in court. You can politely refuse to do the field sobriety exercises.
3. Insist on your right to speak to and call your Attorney.
4. Do Not take the Breathalizer test.
5. Be Calm. Always be polite and respectful to the police officers. Be cooperative-but no tests. How you are perceived by a jury is extremely critical.
White Collar Crimes:
Allegations of Medicare/Medicaid fraud, commercial insurance fraud, bank fraud, mail and wire fraud, pension and ERISA fraud, real estate, venture capital, and investment advisory fraud, embezzlement, tax fraud, stock- market irregularities, environmental violations, including representation in related civil investigations and lawsuits before administrative agencies such as the FDIC, FDA, FTC, IRS, SEC, DOL, DOD, U.S. Postal Service, U.S. Customs Service and their state counterparts.
Professional Misconduct Cases: Allegations of misconduct against professionals, including but not limited to - doctors, lawyers, investment advisors, psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, pharmacists, accountants, bankers, students & academicians - before licensing/regulatory boards & courts of law in criminal as well as in related civil & administrative proceedings - with particular reference to the professional confronting allegations of substance abuse, sexual misconduct or billing irregularity.
Computer Crimes & Cyberspace Cases:
Cyberspace, telecommunications & internet cases including allegations of misconduct on the internet and world-wide web, allegations of downloading pornography, solicitation of minors, hacking/cracking, internet stalking cases, and allegations of online fraud.
The term "computer crime" includes a wide variety of criminal offenses, activities, or issues also referred to as "computer-related crime." Given the wide spread use of computers in everyday life, even in the lives of those who have never operated a computer, there is often a strong relationship between crime and computers.
The FBI National Computer Crime Squad's (NCCS) list of crime categories it investigates:
Intrusions of the Public Switched Network (the telephone company), Major computer network intrusions, Network integrity violations, Privacy violations, Industrial espionage and Pirated computer software.