Protecting Your Rights In And Out Of The Courtroom

Sibbison & DeJuneas is not just an appellate boutique firm - with more than a decade of trial practice, we also represent criminal defendants in civil and state court, from the grand jury to trial. At every stage, we deliver legal representation that incorporates insights gained from our experiences in the courtroom and appellate courts, as well as on our work at the negotiation table and in other legal settings.

What We Can Do For You

Our firm can protect your interests at every level when it comes to trial work and appellate law. We represent clients in criminal matters in both state and federal court.

From the very beginning of working with you, we are committed whenever possible to winning your case before it ever gets to trial. What sets us apart is our command of the procedural rules, legal standards and substantive law. This enables us to challenge the government's case at every step of the proceeding.

We have experience in many different types of cases, including:

  • Theft of trade secrets
  • Armed robbery
  • Public corruption
  • RICO charges
  • Bookmaking
  • Arson Extortion
  • Money laundering
  • Intimidation of a witness
  • Solicitation to commit felony
  • Health care fraud
  • Perjury
  • Obstruction of justice
  • Wire and mail fraud
  • Homicide (first-degree murder, second-degree murder and manslaughter)
  • Assault and battery
  • Sex offenses (rape, sexual assault, indecent assault and battery)
  • Firearms offenses
  • Drug offenses (trafficking, distribution and possession)
  • Operating under the influence (OUI)
  • Property offenses (destruction of property)

Our attorney works directly with you. As a result, we get to know you, the facts of your case and how your case is different and similar to other cases. We draw on that knowledge to provide you with legal representation that is directly responsive to your particular needs and legal goals.

Contact Us For Your Initial Consultation

Call us at 617-420-8482 to schedule a free initial consultation. You can also reach us online.