Originally called Menotomy and incorporated as West Cambridge, Arlington changed its name in 1867 to honor those buried in Arlington National Cemetery. It was the site of some of the first battles of the American Revolution. These days, its population of 42,526 is generally well-off and suburban. Among Arlington's notable sites is the Uncle Sam Memorial Statue, commemorating local man Samuel Wilson, who is thought to be the original Uncle Sam. Arlington is served by the Cambridge District Court in Medford. The attorney appears regularly in Cambridge District Court and is very familiar with its judges, prosecutors, and staff. If you live in Arlington or any other part of greater Boston and you've been charged with a crime, you should speak with defense lawyer The attorney as soon as possible.Experienced Defense Attorney
the attorney has been practicing in the area of criminal law throughout her entire career. The attorney previously served as a prosecutor, and through that experience, she understands how prosecutors will treat her clients' cases. The attorney has been defending those accused of crimes for more than a decade. She has been a criminal attorney for more than 25 years. The attorney is uniquely committed to her clients. She consistently achieves excellent results. The attorney is a tough lawyer who is understanding of her clients, and she works non-stop to protect their rights. the attorney handles criminal matters of all kinds. She enjoys challenging cases and never backs down from a fight. Speak with the attorney about any type of criminal case by sending an e-mail.Practice Areas
The attorney represents clients charged with drunk driving/OUI/DUI, violent crimes, domestic violence, theft crimes, sex crimes, drug crimes, and more. She also does appeals and other post-conviction work. Do not hesitate to call her office with any question that you may have. The attorney offers free consultations, which are kept completely confidential. She will help you to understand the steps necessary to achieving a strong result and getting your life back in order.
Our downtown Boston office is easily accessible to Arlington residents by car or public transit. To get there, take the Mystic Valley Parkway to Interstate 93, then head south to Purchase Street (exit 23), turn left at Seaport Boulevard, right at D Street and left onto Congress Street. Citizens of Arlington can also take bus 77 to Harvard Square Station or bus 79 to Alewife Station, then take the Red Line toward Braintree to South Station. From the South Street station, you can walk or take the Silver Line to Silver Line Way. The attorney also has a North Andover office, which is also very easy to access from Arlington. If you are an Arlington resident who would like to speak with The attorney about any criminal matter, either in Boston or North Andover, contact the attorney online.