Boston, Massachusetts Criminal Defense Attorneys
Law Firm OverviewYannetti Criminal Defense Law Firm is located in Boston, Massachusetts and proudly serves the entire metro area. With over 23 years of experience, Attorney Yannetti leads an elite defense team.
Have you been accused of a crime? You need an aggressive attorney on your side. Yannetti Criminal Defense Law Firm can handle your misdemeanor or felony offense thanks to the skill and experience of each lawyer. With your best interest in mind, you can expect a favorable outcome.
Get answers to your questions and understand your case in its entirety. You will know all of your legal options and feel confident about your future. Let Attorney Yannetti help you protect your freedom.
Year this Office was Established: 1999
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Clerk's Hearings; Defense of Students; OUI; Felony DUI; Misdemeanors; Old Warrants; Petitions to Seal; Post-Conviction; Violation of a Restraining Order; Violent Crimes.
Mr. David Yannetti
Arson, Assault, Battery, Bribery, Burglary
- Massachusetts Bar Association
- Massachusetts Trial Lawyers Association
- National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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A recent Supreme Court case resulted in major changes to the legal requirements for using scientific evidence in trials, and clarified the rights of defendants guaranteed by the Sixth Amendment.Read Article
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