Massachusetts Criminal Defense

Massachusetts Criminal Defense Lawyer

Massachusetts Criminal Defense Attorney Anthony Riccio represents individuals facing criminal charges in both state and federal court. With offices in Attleboro and Quincy, Riccio Law's criminal defense practice expands the entire state with a focus on the Greater Boston area, Southeastern Massachusetts, and the Cape & Islands.

Founding attorney Anthony Riccio has an excellent reputation as a criminal defense lawyer with a proven record of results. He has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star five years running (2016-2020) and possesses a nearly 85% acquittal rate at trial. Anthony's previous experience as a prosecutor helped lay the groundwork for his success in criminal defense.

Aggressive Criminal Defense

Riccio Law understands the impact criminal charges can have on one's livelihood and the importance of establishing an aggressive defense from the outset of a case. While charges may be inevitable, Attorney Riccio explores all avenues of defense with a goal of preventing a criminal complaint from issuing. When charges do issue, Attorney Riccio pursues every available defense before recommending a plea deal. His ability to evaluate the strengths of a case and develop an effective defense in response is second-to-none.

When a case goes to trial, Anthony's clients benefit from his experience as lead counsel on 50+ trials. He is a skilled trial attorney with an in-depth knowledge of the rules of evidence and inner workings of a trial. Defendants are presumed innocent and it is the government’s burden to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Attorney Riccio vigorously fights for his clients in court and believes in holding the government to their burden of proof.

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Massachusetts Criminal Defense Services

Riccio Law represents individuals who have been charged with the following crimes:

Motor Vehicle / Driving Offenses

Abuse-Related / Domestic Violence

  • Assault & Battery
  • Assault & Battery w/ Dangerous Weapon
  • Assault
  • Assault w/ Dangerous Weapon
  • 209A Violations & Harassment Order Violations
  • Strangulation / Suffocation

Drug / Narcotics Offenses

Sex Offenses / Sexual Assault

Gun / Firearm Offenses

Felonies

  • Manslaughter / Homicide
  • Armed Robbery & Unarmed Robbery
  • Home Invasion
  • Kidnapping
  • Larceny
  • Breaking & Entering

What to Do If You Are Under Investigation or Facing Criminal Charges

If you are currently under investigation or facing criminal charges, do not speak to the police or prosecution without first contacting an experienced Massachusetts criminal defense attorney. You have the right to remain silent and have an attorney present when speaking with the police or government, and every individual should exercise those rights when confronted by the police or any government agency.

Contact Riccio Law today to schedule a free consultation.

DUI / OUI / Drunk Driving

If you have been charged with Operating Under the Influence (“OUI”) of Alcohol or Drugs in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, contact Riccio Law to speak with an experienced OUI defense attorney. Riccio Law represents individuals throughout the C… Read More

Drug Offenses

Being arrested or charged with a drug-related offense in Massachusetts brings about the potential for serious penalties. Whether it is a charge for simple possession, being present where heroin is kept, or more serious charges — including trafficki… Read More

Gun / Firearm Offenses

While the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution permits citizens the right to bear arms, Massachusetts has a number of laws restricting the possession and use of firearms in the Commonwealth. Massachusetts imposes strict penalties for il… Read More

Sexual Assault Offenses

Being charged with a sexual assault offense in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is a serious matter. Sexual assault offenses such as rape, statutory rape, indecent assault and battery and other violent sex crimes are prosecuted to the fullest extent… Read More

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