The Law Offices of Ian Davis serves clients in Boston, Massachusetts, and across the state, including the cities and towns of: Amesbury, Andover, Avon, Belmont, Beverly, Boxford, Braintree, Brookline, Burlington, Cambridge, Canton, Carlisle, Cohasset, Concord, Danvers, Dedham, Dorchester, Dover, East Boston, Framingham, Franklin, Gloucester, Haverhill, Holbrook, Ipswich, Lawrence, Lexington, Lincoln, Lowell, Lynn, Lynnfield, Marblehead, Marlborough, Marshfield, Medfield, Medway, Melrose, Methuen, Middleton, Millis, Natick, Needham, Newburyport, Newton, Norwood, Peabody, Plymouth, Quincy, Randolph, Rockport, Roxbury, Salem, Saugus, Scituate, Sharon, Sherborn, South Boston, Stoughton, Sudbury, Swampscott, Topsfield, Walpole, Wayland, Wellesley, Weston, West Roxbury, Weymouth, Winchester and Cape Cod.

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Contact Us Today  508-930-9284

Practice Areas

Criminal Defense

Drunk Driving Defense

Assault and Battery

Restraining Order Violations

Stalking

Drug Trafficking/Distribution

Murder

Weapons Possession

Civil Litigation

Car accidents

Slip and Falls

Assaults

Bar fights

Education

Northeastern University School of Law

Boston, MA

J.D.

2011

 

Tufts University

Medford, MA

B.A.

2008

 

Boston College High School

Dorchester, MA

2004

Recent Cases

March, 2018

At jury trial, the alleged victim committed perjury in an aggravated rape and armed robbery case. As a result, all charges were dismissed

January, 2018

Charges of trafficking controlled substances were dismissed against Attorney Davis's client.

January, 2018

After jury trial, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted of kidnapping and assault and battery. 

December, 2017

Charges of assault and battery were dismissed against Attorney Davis's client.

September, 2017

Charges of armed robbery were dismissed because of reckless misconduct on the part of the police after motion hearing.

September, 2017

After trial, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted of child endangerment. 

April, 2017

Attorney Davis's client was charged with distribution of cocaine. The charges were dismissed.

March, 2017

After the weeks of jury trial, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted of home invasion.

December, 2016

Attorney Davis's client was charged with trafficking of narcotics and firearms. At trial, the case was dismissed. 

October, 2016

Attorney Davis's client was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in a school. After successfully presenting a case of self-defense, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted of all charges. 

September, 2016

Attorney Davis's client was indicted for trafficking in cocaine. After successfully litigating a motion to suppress, the government was forced to dismiss all charges.

September, 2016

Attorney Davis's client was indicted for aggravated rape, kidnapping, and assault. After several days of deliberations, the jury acquitted his client of all charges.

January, 2016

Attorney Davis's client was indicted for mayhem and a habitual offender enhancement. After less than an hour of deliberations, the jury acquitted his client of all charges.

October, 2015

Attorney Davis's client was indicted for twenty one counts of, among other things, aggravated rape. After a week long trial, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted. 

August, 2015

Attorney Davis filed a motion to suppress in a drug distribution case. After hearing, the judge agreed with Attorney Davis and suppressed all evidence against his client.

August, 2015

Attorney Davis's client was indicted for rape of two separate victims. After a week of trial and only one hour of deliberations, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted of all charges. 

August, 2015

Attorney Davis's client was charged with 9 counts of breaking and entering and assault and battery. After thirty minutes of deliberation, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted of all charges.

June, 2015

Attorney Davis's client was charged with running over an individual with his motor vehicle. Attorney Davis sought to suppress the out-of-court identification of his client as unnecessarily suggestive and the judge agreeed. 

June, 2015

Attorney Davis's client was charged as a joint venturer in a shooting. Despite being held under the dangerousness statute for nearly a year, the jury returned verdicts of not guilty on all counts after 30 minutes of deliberations.

May, 2015

Attorney Davis's client was charged with assault to rape and indecent assault and battery. After thirty minutes of deliberations, the jury returned verdicts of not guilty

 

April, 2015

Attorney Davis's client was charged with narcotics offenses after a stop of his motor vehicle. After an allowed motion to suppress the evidence, the case was dismissed. 

April, 2015

Attorney Davis's client was charged with Armed Robbery. After a successful motion to suppress identification, the alleged victim was unable to make an in-court identification of Attorney Davis's client. The case was dismissed

March, 2015

Attorney Davis's client was charged with, among other things, carrying a loaded firearm and being an armed career criminal. After several hours of deliberation, the jury returned not guilty verdicts on all counts. 

February, 2015

Attorney Davis's client was charged with armed robbery. After a successful motion to suppress, the government's case is greatly hampered for trial.

December, 2014

Attorney Davis's client was charged with Insurance Fraud after accurately reporting that another car hit his vehicle and drove away. After cross-examination of several witnesses, including an accident reconstruction expert, the jury deliberated for less than hour before returning a verdict of not guilty.

September, 2014

Attorney Davis's client was charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, a school zone enhancement, and possession of ammunition. After jury trial, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted of all charged accounts and found guilty only of the lesser included offense of straight possession. Attorney Davis's client received no jail time or probation.

April, 2014

Attorney Davis's client was stopped after committing a traffic infraction and a Detective found heroin in his vehicle. Attorney Davis argued that the stop was unconstitutional and judge agreed. All evidence obtained as a result of that stop was suppressed and the case was dismissed.

January, 2014

Attorney Davis's client was wrongfully accused of attacking her landlord in a bitter property dispute. After jury trial, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted in less than 30 minutes.

January, 2014

Attorney Davis's client was charged with a string of breaking and enterings into houses throughout the South Shore. During cross examination of a Commonwealth witness in the first jury trial, Attorney Davis was able to uncover information that completely exonerated his client. The client was found not guilty and all other charges were dismissed.

December, 2013

Attorney Davis's client was wrongfully accused of violating a restraining order on three occasions. After brutal cross examination, Attorney Davis completely discredited the alleged victim. A jury returned a not guilty verdict in less than twenty minutes.

November, 2013

Attorney Davis's client was charged with stealing thousands of dollars from a construction site. After hearing, a judge suppressed all evidence seized because of an unlawful search warrant.

October, 2013

Client was accused of OUI after almost crashing into a police cruiser. At trial, Attorney Davis was able to prove that his client was not impaired. A jury returned in a not guilty verdict in less than two hours.

June, 2013

Police obtained a coerced confession from Attorney Davis's client. Attorney Davis convinced a judge that the police's interrogation violated his client's constitutional rights and the confession was suppressed.

April, 2013

Attorney Davis's client was wrongfully accused of threatening and beating a pregnant woman at a party. After cross-examination, the alleged victim admitted that the allegations were false. A jury returned a not guilty verdict in less than an hour.

 

March, 2013

Attorney Davis's client was wrongfully accused of leaving the scene of personal injury. After trial, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted.

February, 2013

Attorney Davis's client was previously convicted of drug charges after his drugs had been tested in a corrupt state lab. Attorney Davis was able to secure his client a new trial and all charges were subsequently dismissed.

August, 2012

Client was wrongfully accused of beating his wife. After jury trial, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted.

October, 2012

Client was charged with Breaking and Entering into his neighbor's house. The District Attorney was seeking a lengthy jail sentence and plea negotiations went nowhere. After jury trial, Attorney Davis's client was acquitted and he served no jail time.

September, 2012

Client was charged with over eight felonies relating to an accusation of stalking. Through investigation and cross examination at trial, Attorney Davis was able to demonstrate that the alleged victim was completely unreliable. Attorney Davis's client was acquitted of all eight charges.

 

April, 2012

In the midst of a contentious custody dispute, Attorney Davis's client was wrongfully accused of violating a restraining order. Attorney Davis's client proceeded to jury trial and was acquitted in less than fifteen minutes.

April, 2012

Client was charged with Breaking and Entering, Assault, and Malicious Destruction of Property when he was wrongly accused of attacking two individuals who had broken into his house. The District Attorney was seeking a lengthy jail sentence. After cross-examination, the two assailants were forced to admit that they were the true perpetrators. The jury acquitted Attorney Davis's client in less than one hour.

January, 2012

Attorney Davis's client was illegally stopped by the State Police and charged with distributing drugs. A judge agreed with Attorney Davis and suppressed every piece of evidence that would have been used against his client at trial. The District Attorney was forced to dismiss all charges.