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Contact Attorney Chris Spring

7 Post Office Square #3031
Acton, MA 01720
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Phone: 617-513-9444
Fax: 978-429-8668

A Criminal Defense Attorney in Eastern Massachusetts

If you have been charged with a crime or are being investigated by law enforcement authorities, choosing a criminal defense attorney will be the most important decision you make. It is crucial that you have absolute confidence in your attorney’s ability to competently and aggressively represent your interests. By hiring Attorney Chris Spring, you will be represented by a former Middlesex County prosecutor who has handled every type of criminal charge. Attorney Spring accepts cases from every city and town in Middlesex, Worcester, Suffolk, Essex, and Norfolk Counties.

If you would like to consider hiring Attorney Spring, please call or e-mail to schedule an appointment. Attorney Chris Spring will come to your home for a free consultation to discuss the facts of your case. This meeting will not obligate you to hire him. You will not be required to pay any money to Attorney Spring unless you decide to retain him after the initial meeting. At the meeting, Attorney Spring will quote you a flat fee that he will charge to represent you. The flat fee will include representation at every stage of the proceedings against you, from the arraignment through the jury trial. Regardless of how long it takes to resolve your case, Attorney Spring will never bill you more than the agreed-upon flat fee.

To arrange a FREE appointment with Attorney Chris Spring:

Telephone the firm at 617-513-9444 · E-mail the firm using the form links on this page.

Attorney Spring works nights, weekends, and holidays. You will hear back from him the same day you leave your message. If you hire Attorney Spring, you will have his cell phone number and will be able to contact him anytime you have questions about your case.  You will always work directly with Attorney Spring, and an associate, paralegal, or secretary will never handle your case.

Being convicted of a crime results in criminal penalties and collateral consequences such as driver’s license suspensions and sex offender registration. You owe it to yourself to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to protect your interests and defend you in court. Attorney Spring served as an assistant district attorney in Middlesex County for several years after graduating from law school. Since then, he has founded Spring & Spring and dedicated his career to defending individuals charged with crimes. He has tried more than 150 cases before Massachusetts juries in both district and superior court. He has argued before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and the Massachusetts Appeals Court. Attorney Spring has the necessary experience to guide you through the criminal justice system and present your side of the story to a jury.

It is always dangerous to speak to the police before first consulting with a criminal defense attorney. While you may believe that you are not providing the police with harmful information, your statement could end up incriminating you at trial. Contact Attorney Spring immediately to schedule a free consultation at your home if the police are trying to speak to you about an open criminal investigation.

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Client Reviews
I hit a guy on a bike after I took Oxycontin that was prescribed by a doctor. We went to trial and I was found not guilty of operating under the influence of drugs. Because of Chris I was able to get my license back right away. Grace
The police beat me up and charged me with resisting arrest. I have a long criminal record. Mr. Spring took me to trial and the jury found me not guilty. Mr. Spring showed the cops were lying. Christian
I had a fender bender with a cop car during bad weather and the police charged me with negligent driving. Chris was my lawyer and I was found not guilty by the jury. Dylan
The cops said I tried to hit them with my car. Chris got a surveillance video that showed they were lying. The jury said I was not guilty. John
I was stopped for a DWI and I failed all the field tests. Chris explained to the jury why I failed the field tests and I was found not guilty. Justin