Malden, Massachusetts is a city of just under 60,000 located in Middlesex County. The city is about 6 miles north of Boston. Malden is ethnically and culturally diverse. The median household income is around $45,000 per year. About 10% of the population in Malden is below the poverty line. The Malden District Court is a very active place for criminal business in Middlesex County. Crime in Malden is reported regularly in the Malden Observer. Criminal lawyers practicing in the Malden District Court are likely to represent people accused of committing crimes in the following localities:
The Malden District Court is an enjoyable place for criminal defense lawyers to work. The Malden District Court's Clerk's Office is staffed with experienced professionals. The newly appointed Clerk Magistrate is one of the most fair and please people in the Massachusetts criminal justice system. The judges who sit in this court typically have a broad range of practical experience and understand the needs of the litigants and court staff.Tireless Effort For All Clients Charged With Crimes in Malden, Melrose, Everett and Wakefield
The Law Offices of Stephen Neyman regularly represents criminal defendants in the Malden Court. People in need of lawyers for clerk magistrate's hearings, DUI's, drug charges and a wide assortment of misdemeanors and felonies routinely contact our office and hire us to represent them. Many of these people are hard working people with homes, families and good jobs who cannot afford the consequences of a criminal conviction. Hiring a seasoned Massachusetts criminal defense lawyer with experience in Malden is the right move if you have been charged with a crime in this court.Domestic Assault and Battery Defense Law Firm
As in most courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Malden sees its share of domestic assault and battery cases. There is really no such thing as a “routine” case of domestic violence. Allegations vary from case to case. Some involve accusations of excessive physical contact. Others center of verbal or psychological abuse. Many of these cases lack merit. Sometimes the accuser is simply trying to gain the upper hand in a relationship or “preempt” an expected child custody matter. Other times the complainant is seeking revenge after being scorned in a relationship. Our office has been defending cases like this for more than two decades. We know how to present these cases to the judges sitting in the Malden District Court in a way that reveals the truth behind the ugly allegations. There is no substitute for experience and we have successfully defended countless cases of domestic abuse in Malden.Hire an Experienced Drug Possession Defense Lawyer
The sheer number of drug possession cases filtering through the Malden Court is incredible. Judges understand that not all drug cases should result in criminal convictions. There are many ways to resolve drug possession cases in a manner that will leave you without a criminal record but you need to hire a lawyer who understands just what to do. With a track record of success in hundreds of Massachusetts district court drug cases you should consider giving us a call to discuss defenses and possible resolutions to your drug case. We know that nobody can do a better job than the lawyers in our office.
We understand the needs of people who have been charged with crimes. Our office appreciates the stress associated with criminal accusations and the anxiety you might feel while waiting to resolve your case. If you have been charged with a crime in Malden, Massachusetts we urge you to contact a lawyer now. You can reach us at 617-263-6800 or online.
To get to our office from Malden, take the MBTA Orange Line to the State Street Station. Walk down State Street and we are located about 2 blocks down on the left.