Attorney Henry Fasoldt enjoys representing people. His clients come from various backgrounds – incomprehensibly wealthy, exceptionally wealthy, well off, middle class, lower middle class, lower class, destitute, and chronically homeless. His clients occupy the entirety of the professional and political spectrum – far-right and far-left protestors, people accused of race-related violence, police officers, fire fighters, teachers, lawyers, doctors, tech workers, financiers, artists, tradesmen, etc. Each person receives fair and honest treatment. Each case gets the evidentiary scrutiny it deserves.
A person charged with 1st degree murder in Massachusetts faces the possibility of life in prison without parole. A conviction for 2nd degree murder is punished life in prison, with the possibility of parole after 15-25 years.These are the most serious crimes for which a person can be charged in Massachusetts State Court.
Representing a person accused of murder requires that great attention be paid to the evidence while simultaneously listening to and honoring a client’s wishes. It requires a steady hand and a bold disposition. Attorney Henry Fasoldt approaches his murder cases evenly, with no hysterics or histrionics. He knows his cases, listens to his clients, and ignores the irrelevant noise from outside parties. Attorney Fasoldt’s agenda is the client and the case. Social and political movements are no factor. To those, Attorney Fasoldt pays no mind.