Waltham Criminal Defense Lawyer

Waltham is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts that was originally founded in 1738. Waltham has a population of almost 60,000 people, and is governed by a Mayor and a 15 member city council. Waltham is bordered by Weston, Lincoln, Newton, Belmont and Watertown. Waltham has the nickname “The Watch City” due to its past as a major manufacturing center and hub for the time keeping industry. Waltham is also home to Bentley University and Brandeis University making it home to a large population of college students.

Waltham is home to its own District Court which is located at 38 Linden Street in Waltham. The Waltham District Court handles all criminal cases originating out of Waltham, Watertown, and Weston. Waltham District Court also houses a session of the Middlesex County Juvenile Court which runs only on Fridays. This Juvenile session hears cases from Waltham, Watertown, Weston and Newton.

Cappetta Law Offices regularly handles criminal matters in the Waltham District Court. Attorney Daniel Cappetta is a Waltham criminal defense lawyer who has the knowledge and skill to help defend even the most complex matters that come before the Waltham District Court. As a former prosecutor, Attorney Cappetta knows how the Assistant District Attorney handling your case is likely to proceed and what methods will work best to aggressively defend your interests and protect your criminal record. Even if it is unlikely you will face incarceration as a result of the charge you are facing, it is critical that you are represented by an experienced Waltham criminal defense lawyer who can help you protect your criminal record, and aggressively defend against the accusations against you.

Attorney Cappetta handles all criminal charges that are heard in the Waltham District Court. If you have been charged with DUI, larceny, domestic violence, sexual assault, or any other offense, contact Attorney Cappetta today for an evaluation of your case.

Attorney Cappetta offers a free consultation to all potential clients. A free consultation is an in person or over the phone meeting in which he will discuss your case with you in detail. Attorney Cappetta will explain to you the severity of the charges you are facing, as well as the possible outcomes of your case. He will also discuss with you the potential defenses you have against your charges and offer you insight on what he thinks the best possible defense may be. There is no commitment to hire Attorney Cappetta during the free consultation, and there is no high pressure sales pitch. You will get an honest, open assessment of your case and Attorney Cappetta's thoughts on how he might be able to help. He will also quote you a flat fee for his services if you wish to retain him. That flat fee is a guaranteed price. You will never pay a dollar more for his legal services than you are quoted in your initial consultation.