Top Boston White Collar Crimes Lawyers - Massachusetts

Recognized Leaders In Criminal Defense J. W. Carney, Jr. and Associates is headed by one of the most successful and renowned criminal defense attorneys in Massachusetts — if not the country. Jay’s work has been highly praised by others in the criminal justice system, including by fellow criminal defense lawyers, prosecutors, judges, and especially clients. The reasons for Jay’s...

Attorney Brad Bailey founded his Boston law firm, Brad Bailey Law, with the goal of protecting the rights of accused individuals living in Massachusetts and throughout the Northeast. Today, Mr. Bailey has a reputation as one of the region's leading criminal defense attorneys. It is his excellent reputation and his long record of success that brings countless clients to his firm each year for...

New York's Top Criminal Defense Practice At the Blanch Law Firm in New York, New York, we strive to provide the highest level of legal representation to those who stand accused or are under investigation for virtually any type of serious criminal offense. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout the New York City metro region and all across the country, the attorneys at our law firm utilize a...

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