Criminal Charges And Civil Charges
In court proceedings, there are criminal charges and civil charges. Both charges can have very severe consequences. However, the main difference between the two is that a civil case generally results in financial penalties, whereas a criminal case can send you to jail.
The most famous cases that show the difference between civil and criminal cases were the two OJ Simpson trials involving the murder of Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman.
OJ Simpson won his criminal trial against the State of California and consequently wasn’t remanded to prison for the rest of his life.
OJ, however, didn’t prevail in the civil wrongful death suit brought against him by the relatives of his alleged victims. That loss didn’t send him to jail but required him to pay a $33.5 million penalty.
If you are facing a criminal charge in Massachusetts, you need an experienced Massachusetts criminal lawyer, like Elliot Savitz, with a proven track record by your side. You have much too much at stake not to give him a call. Inadequate or inexperienced representation may result in jail, fines, loss of employment, driver’s license, welfare benefits, or even deportation, if you are not a U.S. citizen.
Elliot Savitz is a well-respected Massachusetts criminal lawyer, who understands your rights, knows his way around the courts, and can assure you of your best chance to stay out of jail, avoid costly fines, and win your case. So pick up your phone and call Elliot Savitz now. Within minutes, he will assess your case and help you to develop a winning game plan. Sleep well tonight knowing you have Elliot Savitz on your side.
Who am I?
I am a graduate of M.I.T. and B.U. Law School and specialize in criminal law. I am highly respected throughout the legal community and been honored as Bar Advocate of the Year.
I have the experience and know-how to develop a winning strategy and assure you the best result possible. Within minutes, I can assess your situation, describe your upcoming judicial proceedings, give you legal advice, explain your legal options and the likely outcome of your case. I know what the prosecution is looking for, and after years of in-court experience, I have learned to poke holes in their strategy and protect the rights of my clients. If you do not understand all the details of your case, or even why you’re being charged, you need an experienced Massachusetts criminal lawyer, like myself, who will relentlessly fight for you. So, pick up the phone, right now, and call Elliot Savitz at (781) 326-2700 for a free consultation.
What can I do for you?
Speaking to me about your case can change your outlook dramatically. Within minutes, you will feel more at ease knowing what to expect in court, the likely outcome of your case, and alternative strategies. For instance, if you were charged with larceny or shoplifting, did you know you might have been searched illegally? If so, all the evidence may be excluded in court, resulting in a swift dismissal. Or, during your arrest, were you being questioned in violation of your constitutional rights? If so, any statements or admissions made during your interrogation could be excluded at trial, resulting in a not guilty. Both of these results can be produced through timely motions to suppress and are just two examples of how a competent criminal defense attorney can protect your rights in court.
As a knowledgeable Massachusetts criminal lawyer, I know what to look for in cases, like yours, and how to formulate a strategy to win your case and let you move on with your life. So pick up the phone right now and call me at (781) 326-2700 for your free consultation.
What should you do now?
Call me, Attorney Elliot Savitz, immediately at (781) 326-2700 for a free consultation. I’m quick and aggressive. Within minutes, I will evaluate your case and begin to develop a winning strategy. I know how difficult it can be to face the criminal justice system alone. With me by your side, you will always have someone to turn to with your questions or concerns, and I promise you that I won’t let up until we get through this together.