James H. Budreau
James H. Budreau has been handling complex criminal and civil litigation and appeals in state and federal court for over twenty years. Jim has taught at Harvard Law School, clerked for the Massachusetts Superior Court and is on the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys.
Jim’s recent successes include winning acquittals for same client in two separate homicide cases, reversing a client’s conviction in federal court based upon prosecutorial misconduct and winning a complex federal conspiracy case where a client was accused of running a shell company to launder illegal proceeds.
Jim is presently litigating a high profile privacy case that raises questions of whether the Fifth Amendment protects computer users from being forced to disclose their passwords when then contents may contain illegal contraband.
Jim also represents individuals, business owners and their officers accused of misfeasance including tax and kick back schemes, stock and mail fraud, insider trading and other financial related crimes.
On the civil side, James H. Budreau represents companies and individuals in complex litigation including personal injury, employment law, forfeiture claims, fraud and contract disputes.
You may email James H. Budreau at email@example.com