Randolph, Massachusetts Cannabis & Marijuana Lawyers
Attorney Celozzi graduated cum laude from Providence College in 2003 with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science. She earned her Juris Doctorate from New England Law Boston in 2006. A former prosecutor with the Worcester District Attorney's Office, she has extensive trial experience. She prosecuted misdemeanors and felonies in both the district and superior courts. After working as a prosecutor for almost five years, Attorney Celozzi joined an area law firm where she gained experience in the areas of civil litigation, probate, and family law. Today she focuses her practice on criminal defense, divorce, and probate...
Our goal is not only to guide clients through myriads of legal issues, but to also be practical. We tailor our services to each client. There is no one size fits all approach to our practice.
Regulatory experience before the MA Cannabis Control Commission representing clients at Suitability Hearings and with Licensing and Regulatory Compliance Issues and as Senior Counsel and Ethics Liaison to the NJ Office of the Child Advocate, drafting legislation and regulations.
Experience and Dedicated Real Estate Paralegal, Ellen McMahon with years of Real Estate expertise.
Experience and Dedicated Family Law Paralegal, Cheryl Cantarella with degree in early childhood education and juvenile court expertise.
Associate Attorney, Patrick Toney, former City Solicitor for Agawam, MA with expertise in Family, Housing and Probate...
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