We represent clients in a variety of forums and regardless of the allegations. You can read about some of our more notable cases here.
Commonwealth v. Baran
In 1984, Bernard Baran was given multiple life sentences for a crime he did not commit. He was a gay, 19-year old kid. He spent 22 years in prison and another 3 years after that waiting to clear his name. In 2006, after our law firm spent over 10 years investigating and preparing a motion for a new trial, a judge ordered his release. In 2009, the Massachusetts Appeals Court affirmed the order and Mr. Baran was finally free.
Read the appeals court decision here.
You can read more about his case here.
Commonwealth v. Wyatt, (1998) (John Swomley)
Commonwealth v. Robinson, (2010) (Eric Tennen)
Commonwealth v. Romero, (2014) (Devon Hincapie)
Doe v. Sex Offender Registry Board, (2014) (Eric Tennen)
Commonwealth v. Gonzalez, (2014) (Devon Hincapie)
Commonwealth v. Aspen, (2014) (John Swomley)
Commonwealth v. Libby, (2015) (Eric Tennen)
Doe No. 76819 v SORB (2018) (Eric Tennen)
Noe No. 5340 v. SORB (2018) (Eric Tennen)
State Board of Retirement v. O'Hare (2019)(Eric Tennen)