Prior to joining Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin, Attorney Krippendorf operated a solo-practice focused on criminal defense, administrative law and civil practice. As a former prosecutor with the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Attorney Krippendorf has handled hundreds of criminal cases ranging from motor vehicle offenses to murder.
While at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Attorney Krippendorf worked in a variety of district and municipal courts. He then spent years prosecuting criminal cases in the superior court where he was assigned to handle complex drug cases as a member of the Narcotics Unit.
Later, as a member of the Senior Trial Team, he was responsible for handling serious crimes against the person such as, shootings, stabbings, and armed robberies. Finally, Attorney Krippendorf became a member of the Suffolk County Homicide Unit, where he investigated and went to trial on a number of serious and high profile murder cases.
During his time as a prosecutor, Attorney Krippendorf was recognized for high achievement by being awarded both the Suffolk Award and the Newman Flanagan award.
Attorney Krippendorf is an honors graduate of New England School of Law where he was a New England Scholar. His legal writing has been published in the New England Journal on Criminal and civil Confinement. He has been a guest lecturer at Boston College Law School, and Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Newman Flanagan Award||Suffolk County District Attorney's Office||2010|
|Suffolk Award||Suffolk County District Attorney's Office||2003|
|New England Scholar||NESL||2002|
|Partner||Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin LLP||2011 - Present|
|Attorney||Law office of Edward Krippendorf||2010 - 2011|
|Assistant District Attorney||Suffolk County District Attorney's Office||2002 - 2010|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys||Member||2011 - Present|
|New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement||Florida v. J.L.: To Frisk or Not to Frisk; The Supreme Court Sheds Light on the Use of Anonymous Tipsters as a Predicate for Reasonable Suspicion||2002|
|New England School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2002|
|Salem State University||BS - Bachelor of Science||1995|
|Harvard Institute of Learning in Retirement||Anatomy of a Murder||2015|
|Prosecuting & Defending Homicide Cases||Prosecuting & Defending Homicide Cases||2010|
|Comm. v. Galvao||Motion to suppress allowed - case dismissed|
|Comm. v. Lecca||Not Guilty|
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