Our Lawrence criminal attorneys routinely represent people accused of committing all felonies and misdemeanors in the Lawrence District Court. We are very familiar with the judges, prosecutors and court staff at this court. We have been very successful in our defense of the accused in Lawrence, Massachusetts and the neighboring cities and towns that are served by the court. There is no crime that we have not defended in Essex County and a large majority of those cases originated in this district court. This court also serves Methuen, Andover and North Andover. Attorney Stephen Neyman has won numerous drug cases, sex offenses, motor vehicle crimes and more in Lawrence. To speak to Attorney Stephen Neyman or a member of our staff call us at 617-263-6800 or contact us online now.FELONY AND MISDEMEANOR CRIMES
There is a tremendous range of criminal activity that is prosecuted in the Lawrence Court. Many of the more serious felonies are initially charged in this court where they are tracked until the district attorney's office obtains an indictment to the superior court. Murder, robbery, rape, home invasion, drug trafficking, carjacking and kidnapping cases often commence in the Lawrence District Court where the defendant will be arraigned and bail will be set. Sometimes these charges will be "broken down" to a lesser included offense over which the district court has jurisdiction. Other crimes such as domestic assault and battery, drug possession and drug distribution, OUI and assault and battery represent much of the cases that filter through this court each day.
The efficiency of the Lawrence District Court has enabled Attorney Stephen Neyman and the Lawrence criminal attorneys in our office to obtain swift justice in this jurisdiction when necessary. Between four and six judges sit in this district court at all times. One of the courtrooms, usually the first session is dedicated to arraignments and bail hearings. This is the courtroom where cases are initiated. In other words, anyone arrested or summonsed to court will likely first go before a judge in this courtroom. We recommend anyone in this situation hire a lawyer to represent you at this proceeding.
Another courtroom in this courthouse is set aside for evidentiary matters such as motions to suppress and motions to dismiss. These matters are heard daily. On countless occasions our Lawrence criminal defense attorneys have prevailed on judges sitting in this session to rule in our favor. Often times the ruling leads to a dismissal of all charges.YOU NEED OUR EXPERIENCE ON YOUR SIDE
It is without a doubt that anyone charged with a case in Lawrence needs an experienced criminal defense lawyer. The sheer volume of cases in the Fenton Judicial Center ensures that the district attorneys assigned in Lawrence will be seasoned trial attorneys. The only way to combat that is by hiring someone with more experience and more expertise, someone like Stephen Neyman who is known to fight for his client. Representing thousands of people for over a quarter of a century has given us that experience. Our Lawrence criminal defense lawyers investigate every case immediately to make sure that your rights are protected.
Whether we are defending cases in Lawrence or other courts in Massachusetts our ultimate goal is a successful defense of our client. We are well aware of the dangers associated with criminal convictions in Massachusetts. We understand that people who are not properly represented people can lose their freedom. Jobs are at stake. A person’s ability to attend school or obtain employment can be impacted if they have a criminal record. We take our job seriously. We fight for our clients. We defend their rights and freedoms.Directions to our offices:
To our North Andover Office, take Merrimack Street in Lawrence until it turns into Sutton Street in North Andover. 200 Sutton Street is on your left and we are on the second floor.
To our Boston Office, take Route 93 south. Go over the Zakim Bridge and into the Tip O'Neil Tunnel. Take a left at the end of the ramp and your first right onto State Street. About two blocks up the street you will come to Congress Street. Take a left there and we are the second building on your left.