Were you recently convicted of a serious state or federal criminal offense in Massachusetts? Do you want to pursue an appeal of your conviction represented by a veteran Boston criminal appeals attorney with a record of success in appeals?
Deadlines for direct appeals of convictions can be short. If you were recently convicted of a crime, you should immediately consult with a lawyer about what to do about your future. Mistakes can happen at trial. The government can sometimes withhold exculpatory evidence and pay witnesses for their testimony.
Whether you have been convicted of murder, gun possession, a drug felony, or other serious state and felony charges, Rosemary Curran Scapicchio can represent you. Her hard work on behalf of her clients has resulted in numerous positive verdicts that confirm her effectiveness.
Experienced Representation on Appeals of State and Federal Convictions
Rosemary Curran Scapicchio has 27 years of criminal defense experience. She has appeared in many state and federal courts around the country including the United States Supreme Court, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, federal appellate courts, including the First Circuit, the Fourth Circuit and the Ninth Circuit, and Massachusetts appeals courts.
Her approach to a criminal appeal involves a detailed review of the misconduct during trial, including transcripts, evidence admitted and motions made at trial, and details from the client about the trial. Rosemary Curran Scapicchio routinely files Freedom of Information Act requests to find out more information, and she will investigate police procedures during your arrest and detention.
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Contact Boston civil rights lawyer Rosemary Curran Scapicchio if your appeal calls for a supreme performance by your attorney