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Lexington Criminal Defense Lawyer

When you need an experienced criminal defense attorney in Lexington, Massachusetts, look no further than Attorney Chris Spring.  The founder of Spring & Spring, Chris has decades of combined experience as both a criminal prosecutor for Middlesex County and a criminal defense attorney.  Attorney Spring uses this experience to ensure the best possible result for each one of his clients.

Attorney Spring has:

  • Fought and won hundreds of cases throughout Massachusetts;
  • Owned his criminal law practice for fifteen years; and
  • Dedicated his practice solely to aggressively defending clients against criminal charges.

There is no risk or obligation in meeting with Attorney Spring, so call today and schedule your free consultation.

What a Lexington Criminal Defense Attorney Can Do for You

Many defendants, especially those charged with minor offenses, are unsure why they need the representation of an experienced criminal defense attorney.  A seasoned defense attorney, like Attorney Chris Spring, is an invaluable asset when you are facing any criminal charges in Massachusetts.  

Attorney Spring may help you one or more of the following ways:

  • Prepare your case for trial and argue your case to a jury;
  • Evaluate and explain your charge(s) and any evidence to you;
  • Provide you with the best defense strategy;
  • Secure a case dismissal if possible;
  • Get your charge(s) reduced to a lesser charge;
  • Negotiate a plea bargain with the district attorney;
  • Keep you updated on the criminal process and walk you through each step;
  • Interview witnesses and hire any needed experts; and
  • Explain any sentencing or plea consequences.

When you retain Attorney Spring, he will represent you himself throughout the entire criminal process.  His fees are transparent, and Attorney Spring is available to his clients nights, weekends, and holidays.

The Criminal Process

While no one can predict precisely how long a criminal case will take, district court cases usually resolve within eight months to one year after the arraignment.  Superior court cases generally take longer with a resolution occurring between one and two years after the arraignment.  Factors that determine the length of a criminal case include:

  • The severity of the charges;
  • The depth of the investigation;
  • Whether the defendant is in custody; and
  • The court’s schedule.

Cases involving defendants in-custody are likely to move through the court system faster because they have preferential scheduling.  Superior court cases take longer due to the grand jury process, the increased number of hearings, and lengthy trials.

Attorney Spring represents defendants in both district and superior court.  His level of professionalism and aggressive stance does not vary according to the types of charges a client is facing.  

Areas of Representation

Attorney Spring accepts both new cases and charges that arise from violations of probation.  He litigates cases including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol (OUI);
  • Motor vehicle homicide;
  • Traffic crimes and license violations;
  • Domestic violence;
  • Assault and battery;
  • Carjacking;
  • Robbery;
  • Attempted murder;
  • Sexual assault;
  • Statutory rape;
  • Indecent assault and battery;
  • Child pornography;
  • Drug trafficking; 
  • Drug possession; 
  • Carrying a firearm without a license;
  • Theft;
  • Forgery;
  • Vandalism; and
  • Arson.

If you need assistance with any of these charges, or another criminal charge, do not hesitate to contact Attorney Chris Spring.  He will represent you through your arrest, initial charges, motions, hearings, and a jury trial.  Your case consultation with Attorney Spring is always confidential.  

Attorney Spring has successfully guided hundreds of clients through the criminal legal process.  Call him today for honest answers to your tough legal questions regardless of whether you are located in Carlisle or Lincoln