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Criminal Defense

Sassoon & Cymrot’s attorneys have the trial experience and advocacy skills to defend and guide our clients through all phases of criminal matters.  Our attorneys defend clients throughout all federal and state courts in Massachusetts, including the Appeals Court and Supreme Judicial Court.  We have successfully defended individuals charged with white collar crime, drug crimes from possession to trafficking, felonies, murder and homicide, domestic assault and battery along with restraining order violations.

Our attorneys have the courtroom experience necessary to handle search and seizure issues, suppress wrongfully seized evidence, and provide expertise during challenging criminal cases.  We also have a unique expertise in handling Appeals, post-conviction relief for new trials, and pre-indictment counseling during investigations and grand jury presentment.

WHITE COLLAR CRIMINAL DEFENSE

In the course of our white collar practice group, Sassoon & Cymrot has successfully defended executives, corporate officers, companies, and investors against all types of accusations, investigations and enforcement actions.  Our attorneys work to minimize your exposure and risk by developing a strong litigation strategy to help our clients through these challenging times.

Whether you are a corporate officer, company, or a debtor in bankruptcy, our firm can help defend you from a host of white collar criminal accusations and charges.  When matters become serious, our attorneys work tirelessly to develop a pre-trial strategy, negotiate with the proper parties, and solidify the best position for our clients as we proceed to trial.  If prosecution or trial is unavoidable, our Firm strives to reach the best outcome for our clients, and protect your rights.  These are just a few examples of the recent white collar matters handled by our Firm:

  • Embezzlement
  • Fraud
  • Securities Fraud
  • Bankruptcy Fraud
  • Mail & Wire Fraud
  • Forgery
  • Insider Trading
  • Tax Fraud
  • Internal Investigations
  • Massachusetts State Regulatory Offenses
  • Federal Sentencing Guidelines and Advocacy

Attorney

Salon, Stephen, Practice Leader

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