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At the Law Office of John L. Calcagni III we strive to provide aggressive, experienced, and effective representation to our clients. Our firm has been serving the commonwealth of Massachusetts for over a decade and is prepared to assist you with all matters of criminal defense, military defense, and Federal Criminal Defense. If you are not in the area we are available to assist you as well in Rhode Island, New York, and Florida, as well.
Our lead counsel John L. Calcagni is a former prosecutor of the esteemed US Army JAG Corps as well as a Special Assistant US Attorney. Building on his experience with the military Attorney Calcagni is able to handle most any type of case as he has personally seen and handled nearly every type of criminal case is his storied career. Because of this ability Attorney Calcagni will be able to quickly and efficiently strategize and handle your case. As a Military Defense Lawyer Attorney Calcagni is able to defense those who have been accused of crimes in the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces as well as thge U.S. Army Court Of Criminal Appeals.
First, a huge thank you! Just over a year ago, I had one of the worst days that I could have possibly imagined. I accrued multiple criminal charges on federal property that could have drastically affected the rest of my and my family’s life.
After searching online for an attorney, the one who stood out the most was John L. Calcagni III. I was highly impressed with his website, experience, success, and after meeting him, his personable and caring character towards me. He walked me though the process and made me feel very comfortable.
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