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Boston Criminal Defense Attorney, Experienced Lawyer in Boston, Massachusetts
Facing criminal charges in Boston or Federal Court in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts? Being charged with a crime does not make you guilty. Call Simons Law Office to speak with an experienced Boston criminal defense attorney at (781) 797-0555 to explore your legal options and discuss your case.
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Our attorneys have experience fighting charges from assault and battery though homicide
What Our Past Clients Say
Through his knowledge of the system, Joe was able to get us an amazing outcome. I cannot recommend him highly enough. He gave my son the rest of his life without a record. Joe was very professional, yet personable and kind.
Mr. Simons was so kind to help me do a few things and give wonderful advice on my situation. I”m out of state a couple thousand miles away but Joe took the time needed to find out the facts and give me the peace of mind needed to move forward!
I was arrested on a trip to Boston. I was charged with several counts. While my actions were embarrassing, Mr. Simons at no point made me feel ashamed. He represented me with the utmost professionalism, and in the end, managed to dismiss all charges.
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