If you have been charged with a crime or injured in an accident, contact The Law Offices of Anthony R. Riccio today for a free consultation. Representing individuals all throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Attorney Riccio is an experienced Quincy criminal defense attorney who handles his cases with the passion and commitment needed to achieve the best results for his clients. He also maintains an office in Attleboro from which he represents clients throughout the surrounding area.
As a solo practitioner, Attorney Riccio personally handles each of his clients' cases. He works directly with his clients, and takes the time to understand their specific needs and goals. Attorney Riccio provides his clients with a candid assessment of their case, discussing all possible options and likely outcomes, as he navigates them through the legal process from start to finish.
Massachusetts Criminal Defense Lawyer
Whether you are facing criminal charges in District or Superior Court, Attorney Riccio has the knowledge and necessary experience to represent those who have been criminally charged in Quincy, surrounding cities and towns, and all throughout Massachusetts. Providing an aggressive defense for his clients, Attorney Riccio has successfully represented individuals charged with Operating under the Influence (OUI/DUI/DWI), Negligent Operation / Operating to Endanger, and Reckless Operation. Attorney Riccio also represents those individuals who have been charged with firearm offenses, drug offenses (i.e., possession, distribution and trafficking), rape and sexual assault, and several other crimes.
In a criminal case, the prosecution has the burden of proving each element of its case beyond a reasonable doubt. This is a high standard to meet and there are many strategies and defenses that may be available to fight the charges against you. As a former prosecutor, Attorney Riccio’s knowledge of the nuances of the criminal justice system allows him to effectively advocate for his clients and achieve outstanding results.
Having worked as an Assistant District Attorney for over two years, Quincy criminal defense lawyer Anthony R. Riccio understands the serious consequences that result from a conviction, such as incarceration, probation, fines, the loss of specific civil rights, and a permanent criminal record. A criminal conviction may also lead to future difficulties in finding employment or obtaining education. With so much at stake, Attorney Riccio advocates vigorously in the plea-bargaining process, seeking to get charges dismissed or reduced whenever possible. Serving as lead counsel in approximately 40 trials, both as a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, Attorney Riccio is a skilled trial lawyer.Representing Accident Victims in Personal Injury Claims
In addition to working as a prosecutor earlier in his career, Attorney Riccio previously worked as an associate at a Boston law firm defending insurance companies on personal injury claims. Much like his time at the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office, which now assists him in his criminal defense work, Attorney Riccio’s prior work defending personal injury cases now allows him to be an effective advocate for those who have been injured in an accident. If you have been hurt because someone else acted carelessly, you may be able to bring a legal claim to seek damages for the pain and suffering that you experienced, as well as costs such as medical bills, lost wages, and property damage.Contact a Personal Injury Attorney or Criminal Defense Lawyer in Quincy and Attleboro
Providing representation for individuals throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, The Law Offices of Anthony R. Riccio can help you fight your criminal charges or pursue the compensation you deserve after being injured in an accident. To set up a free consultation with a Quincy criminal defense attorney or personal injury lawyer, call us at 508-226-4500 or contact us online. Attorney Riccio also represents individuals in Attleboro and all throughout Southeastern Massachusetts, as well as those who have been charged with a crime or injured in an accident in Boston, Brockton, Taunton, Dedham and communities throughout Bristol, Suffolk, Middlesex, Norfolk, and Plymouth Counties.