David Sokol has defended thousands of criminal cases: from Bank and Mortgage Fraud and White Collar Crime to Vehicular Homicide and Murder; from Sexual Assault to Possession of Controlled Substances and sophisticated Drug Trafficking enterprises. He enjoys a reputation of successfully defending individuals against accusations, complaints and indictments ranging from misdemeanors to serious felonies, including:
- Assault, Battery, Attempts and Murder Charges
- Bank and Mortgage Fraud
- Domestic Violence and Restraining Orders
- Drunk Driving (OUI/DUI) and other Criminal Motor Vehicle Offenses
- Gang and Organized Criminal Enterprises
- Illegal Drug and Controlled Substance Crimes
- Rape, Illegal Sexual Behavior and Sexual Assault Crimes
- Possession and Use of Dangerous Weapons
- Theft and Larceny
- Vehicular Homicide
- “White Collar” Crimes
Having represented countless individuals accused of crimes in most of the Commonwealth’s Courts, including the United States District Court in Boston, David Sokol possesses a depth and breadth of experience that few lawyers can match.
Mr. Sokol has effectively defended a diverse clientele - including lawyers, bank officers, pharmacists, prominent businesspeople and other professionals - against serious allegations, complaints and indictments. He has defended thousands of people accused of crimes - from prostitution to murder - in and around the Boston area. He is both well known and well respected in the courts of the Commonwealth by Judges, Magistrates, Clerks and other Court personnel who have witnessed his consistently effective court presence and winning results.
Since 1978, David Sokol has applied his intelligence, talent and skill to thousands of Criminal matters. He is known for his keen ability to cross-examine a witness or a police officer, to get to the truth, and to compel a jury to acquit his client.
Attorney Sokol has prevailed over countless prosecutors and prosecutions throughout the Commonwealth. He has earned a reputation amongst judges as “a lawyer who can try a case.” When a case is not triable, his skill, presence, and enviable history of “Not Guilty” verdicts afford him a noteworthy advantage negotiating a plea in even the most desperate of circumstances.
“I will enlist my experience and wisdom to honestly assess the strengths and weaknesses in your case. I will apply my skill, my insight, my talents and my energy to your defense.”