Named for the English community of the same name, Reading is a commuter city ten miles from Boston. Like many Massachusetts towns, Reading was a manufacturing powerhouse in the nineteenth century, with factories making furniture, caskets, clocks, organ pipes and shoes. In the twentieth century, Reading also benefited from military installations including a National Guard training center and two Nike missile sites. The sites are now decommissioned, but are acknowledged by the Reading Memorial High School nickname, the Rockets. Reading is one of several Middlesex County cities whose residents use the Woburn District Court when they're involved in legal matters. The court is at 30 Pleasant Street in Woburn. the attorney, a distinguished Massachusetts defense attorney, is often at Woburn District Court, Middlesex Superior Court, and all other Massachusetts courts on behalf of her clients.
The attorney is well-established and highly effective as a result of experience and hard work. For more than 25 years, she has been handling criminal cases of every kind, from the extremely serious to the somewhat small. The attorney prides herself on poise in the courtroom, relentless work and preparation, and her ability to place herself in her clients' shoes. She knows that her clients are overwhelmed, and she does all that she can to make them feel as comfortable as possible. Her clients tend to find some degree of comfort in knowing that one of the best criminal lawyers in the state is on their side, preparing a strong defense from day one. If you or someone you know has been charged with a crime in Reading, speak with the attorney about your rights. She will make sure that those rights are protected all throughout the criminal legal process. In the end, you will benefit immensely from having high-quality legal representation.
If you are a Reading resident who would like to speak with The attorney about a criminal charge, contact the criminal attorney. Everything that you tell The attorney will be kept confidential, so there is no need to feel uneasy about discussing your case. The attorney's office is accessible all around the clock, so call at any time at all, including nights and weekends.Law Office Locations and Directions
Massachusetts criminal defense attorney the attorney represents people from Reading, Middlesex County and all of greater Boston. To get to her downtown Boston office from Reading, take Interstate 95 south 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. Reading residents can also take the Haverhill Line or bus 136 or 137 to Oak Grove Station in Malden, transfer to the Orange Line and get off at State Street Station, just a short walk to Congress Street. If you would prefer to visit her North Andover office location, simply call and ask for directions.