Attorney Eisenstadt, a founding partner of the law firm of Eisenstadt, Krippendorf, and Galvin, handles all types of criminal cases throughout the Superior Courts, Municipals Courts, and District Courts of Massachusetts. He has won jury trials, bench trials, motions to suppress, and motions to dismiss on behalf of his clients. Attorney Eisenstadt has reached successful outcomes for his clients with charges of larceny, embezzlement, operating under the influence of alcohol, operating under the influence of drugs, assault and battery, drug cases, gun cases, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, motor vehicle homicide, and all other manner of criminal case.
Prior to joining the firm of Eisenstadt. Krippendorf, and Galvin, Attorney Joseph Eisenstadt worked as an Assistant Massachusetts Attorney General and Assistant Suffolk County District Attorney.
As an Assistant Attorney General, he prosecuted white collar, environmental, narcotics, and computer crimes in district and superior courts throughout Massachusetts. Attorney Eisenstadt handled cases from the Environmental Crimes Strike Force, the Public Corruption and Fraud Unit, and the Enterprise and Major Crime Division. Attorney Eisenstadt regularly successfully presented cases to Grand Juries throughout the state. His cases included allegations of employee fraud, embezzlement, larceny of electronic data, witness intimidation, organized conspiracies, narcotics trafficking, and violations of the clean air, clean water, and hazardous waste statutes.
In 2010, Attorney Eisenstadt was one of the founding partners of the firm of Eisenstadt, Krippendorf, and Galvin. The founders of the firm, Joseph Eisenstadt, William Galvin, and Edward Krippendorf were all assistant district attorneys. They decided to take their skills, knowledge, and experience into private practice in order to help those in need of legal help and representation.