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Criminal Defense Lawyer in Concord, MA

Welcome to the Law Office of Michael R. Reinhardt in Concord, MA, where we specialize in the defense of all criminal matters, including driving offenses and representation of young adults. We are dedicated to protecting your rights and providing effective legal representation so you are treated with justice and respect. We understand the importance of clear communication, which is why we are committed to being responsive and approachable throughout the legal process.

Trust our expertise and professionalism at the Law Office of Michael R. Reinhardt to guide you through your legal challenges and achieve the best possible outcome. We serve clients throughout Middlesex, Suffolk, and Worcester counties, including Boston, Cambridge, Acton, Boxbourough, Lowell, Worcester, Framingham, and Lawrence.

If you or someone you know was convicted of a DWI and took a breathalyzer between 2011 and 2019, you may be eligible for a new trial. Learn more and contact us today for a consultation!

Work With an Approachable Attorney

Easily Approachable

Unlike many other law firms, we pride ourselves on being easily accessible and readily available to our clients.

Excellent Communication

Speak directly with your lawyer whenever you need. We keep in touch throughout the process, so you are never left in the dark.

Highly Experienced

We have years of experience giving a voice to those charged with criminal offenses and helping them achieve justice.

About The Law Office of Michael R. Reinhardt

Attorney Michael Reinhardt has more than 30 years of experience representing clients in criminal matters throughout eastern Massachusetts. He has tried numerous cases in Superior Court and the District Courts and also argued many varied motions for clients in Middlesex, Suffolk, and Worcester County. He is well respected in the courts he appears, and he is known for his thorough and zealous advocacy for all clients.

Most recently, Michael worked as a Supervising Attorney for CPCS, the state public defender’s agency. In that capacity, he supervised teams of attorneys appearing in two of the busiest courts in Boston while also representing his own clients. Michael has also assisted with coaching high-school-aged students competing in the Mass Bar Association’s Mock Trial competition.

Michael earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his law degree from Northeastern University.

Areas of Expertise

  • All driving offenses
  • DWI (alcohol or drugs)
  • Driving with a revoked or suspended license and reckless or negligent operation
  • Assault and battery
  • Allegations of domestic abuse
  • Violations of restraining orders
  • All drug cases
  • Possession and distribution
  • Possession of firearms or other alleged dangerous weapons.

Case Highlights

These are recent examples of successful outcomes, but Attorney Reinhardt also handles cases involving: drug distribution or possession, juvenile court cases, assault and battery cases, including allegations of domestic abuse, all motor vehicle offenses, including operating under the influence of drugs, reckless or negligent operation, etc.

Motion to Suppress, South Boston Court

Client was charged with illegal possession of a handgun which was recovered from his person when he exited a bar. Client had a very limited criminal history and was facing a mandatory sentence of 18 months in jail. Attorney Reinhardt successfully challenged the stop and seizure of gun, resulting in the dismissal of charges.

DUI (alcohol) Second Offense, Boston Municipal Court

Client was charged with a second offense of drunk driving, which calls for a mandatory jail sentence and a 2-year loss of license. At a jury-waived trial, Attorney Reinhardt used aggressive cross-examination of the arresting police officer to raise significant doubt as to whether client was driving the vehicle at the time of the incident. Not guilty verdict was entered by the Judge.

Motion to Suppress Statement, Suffolk Superior Court

Client was charged with a serious sexual assault and facing a likely significant state prison sentence. He had limited English language skills, and the police used a fellow police officer to assist with translation when interrogating the client. Client made several statements harmful to his defense during the interrogation. Attorney Reinhardt filed a motion to throw out the statements based on inaccurate and incomplete translation, particularly when client was asking for additional information about his right to have an attorney present. After a full hearing, the Judge agreed and ordered client’s statements suppressed.

Stabbing Case, Suffolk Superior Court

Client was charged with cutting another man while attempting to rob the victim. Although DNA evidence established that the victim’s blood was on the client’s sweatshirt, at trial, Attorney Reinhardt aggressively challenged the identification of his client as the perpetrator. The victim had been unable to identify the client as the man who stabbed him, and prosecution relied heavily on clips of video and still photos. Attorney Reinhardt was able to effectively minimize the video evidence and the jury returned a verdict of not guilty.

Illegal Possession of Gun (3rd Offense), Suffolk Superior Court

Client was charged with possession of a gun, ammunition and a high-capacity feeder with a minimum mandatory of seven years in prison. The gun was found in a car registered to client and parked at a gathering near a housing project in South Boston. At trial, Attorney Reinhardt raised significant issues as to the client’s connection to the gun and ammunition found in his vehicle. The jury returned verdicts of not guilty to all counts.


Attorney Reinhardt succeeded in suppressing damaging statements made by his client to State Police Troopers. The client was charged with obtaining fraudulent documents from the Registry of Motor Vehicles and was interrogated by State Police officers. A conviction would have serious, negative impacts on client. Attorney Reinhardt researched and drafted a Motion to suppress the statements of his client. At a hearing, he presented evidence and effectively cross-examined a Trooper to establish that his client’s rights had been violated. The Judge ordered the statements of client and documents he produced to be suppressed from evidence. 

Cases We Specialize In


Driving Offenses

When charged with a DWI, you need a lawyer who knows the legal system and can help you navigate through it.


Juvenile Defenses

We provide compassionate legal guidance and support to minors and their families while effectively defending their rights and futures.


Drug Offenses

We provide legal representation for those facing charges of possession and possession with intent to distribute or distribution.


Domestic Assault & Battery

Our domestic assault and battery service offers experienced legal representation and strategic defense strategies to protect your rights and advocate for the most favorable outcome.

Where Our Clients Are Located

We commonly represent clients from Middlesex, Suffolk, and Worcester Counties, including from cities such as:

  • Concord
  • Boston
  • Cambridge
  • Acton
  • Foxborough
  • Lowell
  • Worcester
  • Framingham
  • Lawrence
  • And the many surrounding areas.

For more information, get in touch with us at 978-872-9410.