Choosing an attorney is an important decision. Clients of the Law Offices of James J. Cipoletta appreciate our integrity, experience, and commitment to maintaining a current understanding of the laws that affect their unique legal concerns, needs, and objectives. For skilled legal support and committed advocacy in your land use and development and criminal law issue, contact us today.
We concentrate our services in the areas of zoning and land development, waterfront and commercial real estate development, governmental relations, licensing and permitting , regulatory compliance, and the defense of criminal cases in all Massachusetts state and federal courts as well as other jurisdictions.
For over 30 years, Attorney Cipoletta has been representing clients who are the subjects or targets of criminal investigations, or accused of crimes, such as homicide, internet crimes, white-collar crime, conspiracy, drug offenses, and drunk driving.
Our firm consults with a broad range of relevant experts in all of our practice areas to ensure our clients' goals receive the highest quality legal support and advocacy available. We consult with former and retired state and federal law enforcement officers, FBI agents, intelligence agents, forensic experts, chemists, engineers, crime scene reconstructionists, and other experts in their fields in the defense of clients.
Further, having served as chairman of a municipal zoning board of appeals for more than ten years, Attorney Cipoletta has gained an insider's working knowledge of the real estate and development permitting and appeals process and has extensive experience navigating the legal challenges associated with land use and development.
To discuss your individual legal needs or business objectives, contact our Revere, Massachusetts, law firm today. We serve clients throughout greater Boston and across the North Shore.
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