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Wrongful Convictions

Wrongful Convictions

Spending time in custody for a crime you didn’t commit offends the constitution, it offends your civil rights, and it makes a mockery of the criminal justice system. Attorney Scapicchio will help you fight for your freedom.

Wrongful conviction may stem from many factors, including improper police procedure, tainted evidence, manipulation of evidence or, racially biased police investigations.

For a respected attorney whose criminal defense trial work has become so well known in Boston legal and media circles and around the state of Massachusetts, Rosemary C. Scapicchio’s practice appealing wrongful convictions has attracted a lot of attention.

Attorney Rosemary C. Scapicchio has 34 years experience in fighting to overturn wrongful convictions. She will complete a thorough investigation of your case, she will research all issues, and she will litigate either a motion for a new trial, or a direct appeal on your behalf.

If you have been wrongfully convicted in state or federal court, Attorney Rosemary C. Scapicchio can help you to pursue the justice you deserve. 

In Commonwealth vs. Sean Ellis, Attorney Rosemary Scapicchio and Attorney Jillise McDonough fought for two decades to exonerate an innocent man. Their fight unfolds in the Netflix series “Trial 4”. The dedication and aggressive advocacy of Attorney Scapicchio and Attorney McDonough on behalf of Mr. Ellis is clear. The attorneys never gave up in their fight to exonerate an innocent man and expose rampant police corruption. This eight-part documentary illustrates the devotion and perseverance of our team. We will never stop fighting for your freedom.

Charged as a teen in the 1993 killing of a Boston cop, Sean K. Ellis fights to prove his innocence while exposing police corruption and systemic racism. Click here for Sean Ellis’s story.