Massachusetts Attorney Edward Sharkansky
Massachusetts Law Attorney Edward Sharkansky has over 20 years of courtroom experience beginning as a prosecutor in the district attorney’s office. From those experiences he opened his own practice as a defense attorney, providing his legal expertise as a defense and trial attorney to hundreds of clients from all walks of life throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Attorney Sharkansky’s practice has evolved into assisting individuals with cases in DUI law, family law, personal injury, and other criminal law issues. As your attorney with a great deal of courtroom and settlement experience, he will work with you throughout the entire process so you know and understand the legal process and your strategy.
Why Choose Edward Sharkansky
With numerous successes in protecting and defending his clients’ rights in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and his experience and expertise in these areas of law, Massachusetts Law Attorney Sharkansky has lectured at various seminars sponsored by the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (the organization responsible for providing attorneys with information regarding constant changes in law), the Massachusetts Bar Association, and Suffolk University School of Law. He is a member of both the Massachusetts and Plymouth County Bar Associations (and on the Board of Directors of the Plymouth County Bar); a member of the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys; a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys; and a member of the National College for DUI Defense.
Attorney Edward Sharkansky’s experience is invaluable.
Contact the Law Offices of Edward Sharkansky at 888-54-SHARK to schedule an initial free consultation today.
Areas of Practice
Get Your Life Back on Track
Successfully Resolve Family Conflicts
Defending victims when they need it most.
Aggressively defending your side
We are experienced trial lawyers who are familiar with federal law and the strategies employed by federal prosecutors. Our superior defense skills often allow us to cast doubt on aspects of the prosecution’s case and may result in a reduction in charges against you, or even a dismissal.