If you have been charged with a criminal offense in Massachusetts, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer ready to fight to protect your rights. Attorney Scott Bradley has over 13 years experience helping people charged with a criminal offense. Attorney Bradley serves all of Massachusetts including Plymouth, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, and Bristol County. If you are charged in Boston, Quincy, Brockton, Fall River, Taunton, Plymouth, Lowell or a surrounding area, give us a call.
Attorney Bradley has helped many clients over the years from violations, to misdemeanors, to serious felonies. Some of his notable victories include a not guilty verdict after jury trial on a 6th offense OUI, having a trafficking of cocaine case dismissed, and having clients involved in shootings as well as domestic violence cases receive Not Guilty Verdicts after a full jury trial.
Attorney Bradley handles all types of criminal cases including:
Many weapons or firearms/gun offenses, in Massachusetts have serious consequences if you are convicted. While you have a 2nd Amendment right to possess a firearm, the State can restrict this right in certain circumstances (Such as being a felon in possession of a firearm). Additionally, Massachusetts is one of the States where you need a license to carry a firearm.
In Massachusetts, if you are under the age of 17 you can be charged as an adult for certain serious crimes, if the State charges you as a "youthful offender". If you are indicted as a youthful offender, then the punishment is a dual punishment. It means that you can face punishment in the juvenile detention system and then in the adult system once you age out of the juvenile system.
An experienced Massachusetts criminal defense lawyer like Scott Bradley will help you present the best possible defense if you have been charged with a theft crime. Any conviction on a theft offense renders you a convicted thief.
If you have been charged with OUI you likely know you are facing serious penalties if convicted. Operating Under the influence is also referred to as driving under the influence/DUI or drunk driving. No matter what its called, the penalties are steep if you are convicted.
If you are charged with a criminal offense of domestic violence, often the judge will make part of your bail conditions to include a no contact order with the alleged victim. It can be devastating to a family to have you separated. Act soon to protect your rights.
Generally, certain crimes are referred to white collar crimes due to the stereotype that the people who often commit these offenses are education, or white collar workers. Many of these offenses are related to businesses or the government.
most sex offenses fall under the states new three strikes law and offers no possibility of parole upon your 3rd conviction. This is an area of law in which you need an attorney who will fight hard, be aggressive and be well-prepared to handle your case from filing motions, to objecting properly at trial to putting on the best possible defense in front of the jury.
The police routinely pull over cars and search them and their occupants without reasonable suspicion or probable cause. They charge you with Possession with Intent to Distribute and throw in the School Zone Charge that carries minimum mandatory jail or prison time.
If you have been charged with murder, you are facing the possibility of severe penalties. If you are convicted of this charge, you may face time in prison or even the death penalty, depending on the nature of your charge, your criminal history and other factors. Even the charge of involuntary manslaughter carries a sentence of up to 20 years in state prison.
In Massachusetts, the various penalties depend on what type of crime you are accused of. See our penalties section of this website for information on various penalties you can face if convicted. With so much at stake, you need someone willing to fight for you and protect your rights. The hot button issues, your criminal record and the judges you appear in front of are the real life factors that dictate what type of sentence you are really looking at. You need an experienced and aggressive attorney who preapres your case and preapres for the court you are appearing in. You never get a cookie cutter defense with Attorney Bradley.
Just because you have been arrested does not mean you are guilty. You are presumed not guilty under the law. Hiring a good, tough, and prepared lawyer can help you stay that way. Give us a call for a free consultation to see how Attorney Scott Bradley can help you.