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Criminal Charges

Criminal Charges

Aggravated Assault and Battery

A person in Massachusetts can be charged with an Aggravated Assault, an Aggravated Battery or an Aggravated Assault & Battery. Aggravated Assault & Battery is a statutory offense that falls under Chapter 265, Section 13A of the Massachusetts General Laws. Like an Assault & Battery, it is comprised of an assault and a battery. However, similar to an Assault & Battery With a Dangerous Weapon, an Aggravated Assault & Battery is a felony. Therefore, you can be sentenced to a term in state prison.

Are You Charged with Assault & Battery?

If you are facing a charge of Assault and Battery, you want someone on your side that is working tirelessly to protect your life and your future, someone who is ready at a moment’s notice to fight for your rights. Our experienced Assault and Battery attorneys have defended hundreds of clients in similar situations, and have had tremendous success in getting the charges dropped, so they do not even appear on your record. We understand that your case is unique, and that, as such, it deserves a specialized approach in order to protect you, your liberty, your finances, your job and your reputation in the community.

Assault and Battery Charges in Quincy?

If you are involved in an Assault and Battery case, you should not hesitate in contacting me, particularly if the incident arose from a domestic misunderstanding . In Domestic Assault & Batteries, the prosecutor will be much less inclined to dispose of the case, and therefore, it must be defended in a different manner than a normal Assault and Battery. Whether the charges against you are unsupported by the evidence, were actually the result of an accident, or were a matter of self-defense, you should contact me as soon as possible.

Dealing With Indecent Assault and Battery

Just because you are charged with an Indecent Assault and Battery does not mean you are guilty. Perhaps there was a misunderstanding or a witness was confused or maybe you just made a mistake. No matter what the reason, you need the services of a Massachusetts criminal defense attorney, who has the experience, know-how and track record to develop a winning strategy, file the necessary motions and represent you at trial if necessary. And, you need those services as soon as possible. You need a Boston criminal lawyer, who will accompany you to the police, keep you informed about the criminal justice system and stand by your side at arraignment and throughout the legal process.

Domestic Assault and Battery

Domestic Assault and Battery is the crime of threatening a family or household member (assault), together with the act of making physical contact with him/her (battery). The maximum penalty for a Domestic Assault and Battery is 2 ½ years in a county house of correction (HOC) or a fine of $1,000. If you are found guilty of Domestic Assault and Battery, you may be required to attend a certified batterer’s program for perpetrators of domestic violence.

Don’t Face a Charge of Malicious Destruction Alone

When Facing Charges of Malicious Destruction, the Stakes are High. If you are found guilty of Malicious Destruction of Property there are two possible outcomes: if you’re accused of destroying something under $250, then you are facing a misdemeanor. But if the amount is higher, then a conviction could mean up to $3,000 in fines and up to 10 years in prison. You don’t deserve that! You deserve a second chance.

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

If you have recently been charged with Failure to Register as a Sex Offender, then you need someone on your side who has the experience and know-how to handle your case professionally; someone who will win the best possible outcome for you. A lot of people do not fully understand what they have done wrong if they fail to Register as a Sex Offender, and facing the charge can be a daunting experience. You could lose your job, go to jail, and face a permanent scar on your criminal record. Contact the attorneys at The Law Offices of Elliot Savitz & Scott Bradley. We will work diligently to make the judge fully understand your circumstances and ensure you achieve the best outcome possible.

Have You Been Charged with Leaving the Scene?

At The Law Offices of Elliot Savitz & Scott Bradley our criminal defense attorneys are experienced, compassionate and have a winning track record representing defendants just like you. After hearing your side of the story and reading the police report, we will gather all the information necessary to build a strong defense. We may be able to get the charges dropped at a Clerk’s Hearing (Show Cause), so nothing appears on your criminal record. Or, we may file a motion to dismiss or suppress and get the charges dismissed before a judge. We may even convince the prosecutor to reduce the charges so you don’t jeopardize your license.

Have You Been Charged with Negligent Operation?

Negligent Operation is the crime of driving a motor vehicle on a public way, in a manner that might endanger the public and can be devastating if you are found guilty. The maximum penalty is 2 ½ years in a county house of correction (HOC). Not only is there the risk of time in prison, but you also lose your driving license, which could prevent you from gaining employment. You will also face the cost and stress of arranging transport in order to visit friends or family, to drive your kids to school, or simply to go to the movies for an evening.

Have You Been Charged with Shoplifting?

At The Law Offices of Elliot Savitz & Scott Bradley, we have represented hundreds of clients accused of shoplifting and we have been able to get many of the charges dismissed prior to arraignment, so that they never appear on your record. Most often, the charges can be dismissed at a Clerk’s Hearing (Show Cause), or at other times by the District Attorney or police prosecutor in front of a judge. Having the right attorney by your side, even before your arraignment, can help you preserve your reputation and guarantee you the best result possible.





“Dear Elliot, Just a short note filled with heartfelt thanks for your help and support in my defense during my court appearance. I can’t begin to express how grateful I am knowing this foolish incident and its aftermath is finally over. Thank again, so very much.”
“I wanted to thank you again. I’m at the end of my probation period. I could not have done it without you. You were such a great support. I just want to let you know I appreciated everything you did.”
“I cannot begin to tell you how much I’ve appreciated your most sincere guidance & support. This has been one of the most difficult years we’ve been through with our son. We could not have hoped for a more positive outcome.”
“I really wanted to thank you so much. I cannot thank you enough. You were always there to fulfill whatever was required by the court.”
“Dear Elliot, People are not immune to the ‘fortune’ in their life. The bright side is that someone is out there to save them. You are the person saving my fate. You represent ‘integrity and justice.’ You are the best lawyer on earth.”
“Dear Mr Savitz, Thank you so much for all your hard work, as well as your persistence on my case. I really appreciate your sensitivity in dealing with me on this matter. I feel good about the outcome of my case and am grateful to you for resolving it quickly.”
“Thank you for representing me in court. Everything worked out for the better. I have been attending all my AA meetings, consulting at Catholic Charities and meeting with my probation officer. I haven’t had a drink since the day I went to court and everything is great at home.”
“I’m sitting here thinking about what a remarkable victory you pulled off. I just had to let you know that it was an outstanding victory. Well done.”
“We were absolutely astonished and very grateful for how Elliot handled our son’s case and would highly recommend him to anyone who is in need of legal council!”

Massachusetts Criminal Traffic Defense Attorney Elliot Savitz


Pick up the phone right now and call me, Attorney Elliot Savitz, at (781) 974-3429.

I am available 24/7 and to assess your criminal charges over the phone and quickly determine your best course of action.

Then, my firm, the Law Offices of Elliot Savitz, and I will represent you in court as we fight together against your charges.

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