Massachusetts Juvenile Law Lawyers
Your future and liberty are impacted by your record. Your good name is irreplaceable. Don’t hire someone who merely dabbles in criminal law or makes unrealistic promises. Hire an expert who has your back....
Attorney Brown received her J.D. from...
My firm's approach starts with the client. We are committed to flexibility and working for and partnering with every client in the most efficient way for them. For parents, a mid-day meeting is frequently a big...
In 1976, Michael left the Massachusetts Defenders Committee and started working as an Assistant District Attorney in Worcester County. He prosecuted...
Attorney Lipede is also the founder and Executive Director of Sanctuary For Justice, Inc. a faith-based civil rights organization.
Alan advocates forcefully on behalf of all clients. He is responsive to each client’s needs, and is an effective advocate.
Attorney Alan Leslie Rosenfield over the course of his 36 years has successfully represented clients in the Massachusetts Supreme Court; Superior Courts in the Commonwealth involving civil and criminal cases; District Courts in the Commonwealth involving civil and criminal cases; the Juvenile Courts and Clerk’s Hearings in Worcester County; Middlesex County; Hampshire County; and Suffolk County.
Attorney Alan Leslie Rosenfield intentionally concentrates in all aspects of divorce; criminal defense; personal injury, including...
Massachusetts Juvenile Law Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Youth Advocacy Project
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