With an estimated population of 24,985, Burlington is a Boston bedroom community about 16 miles from downtown Boston. Burlington was a farming community for most of its history, situated on the watersheds of the Shawsheen, Mystic and Ipswich Rivers. But the town's population grew rapidly in the 1950s and 1960s, thanks to the construction of Route 128, which allowed commuters to reach Boston more easily. These days, Burlington benefits from local jobs created by the technology boom along the Route 128 corridor, with offices for Sun Microsystems, Oracle and TD Banknorth in the city. Burlington and other areas of Middlesex County are served by the Woburn District Court. Attorney the attorney frequently represents Burlington residents in that court.

Burlington, Massachusetts Defense Attorney

the attorney represents clients from Burlington in district and superior courts on a consistent basis. She handles all criminal matters, ranging from serious violent or sexual crimes to less serious offenses such as larceny or possession of drugs. Regardless of the nature of the case, The attorney defends her clients to the full extent of her abilities. She is an aggressive lawyer who has been in the business for multiple decades. The attorney stands up for her clients, who appreciate her professionalism and skill. The attorney also handles criminal appeals, new trial motions, and more. She has a passion for what she does, which shows in the quality of her work. The attorney makes sure that her clients understand all developments in their cases. To some extent, The attorney's client service has the effect of making her clients feel more comfortable, even in a very uncomfortable and difficult time. The attorney prides herself on strong results, and you can view a small sampling of her accomplishments in the "case results" section of this website. She knows that this success depends on tireless work, and because of that, she stops at nothing in her efforts to get winning case outcomes.

If you have been charged with a crime in any Massachusetts or federal court, you should talk to an experienced defense lawyer like The attorney as soon as you possibly can. She would be happy to meet with you to discuss your case. To get to The attorney's downtown Boston office from Burlington, take Interstate 95 north to Interstate 93 south. When you reach downtown Boston, exit at Government Center (exit 24B-A), turn left at John F. Fitzgerald Surface Road, right at State Street and left onto Congress Street. Burlington residents can also take bus 350 or 351 to Alewife Station, transfer to the Red Line and get off at Downtown Crossing Station, just a short walk to Congress Street. For the convenience of her clients, who come from localities all throughout the state, the attorney also has an office on Sutton Street in North Andover.