Quincy District Court
Although Quincy has one of the lower crimes rates of the cities surrounding the Boston Metropolitan Area, there is still a significant police presence. Quincy police routinely arrest people while on routine patrol, as well as when responding to reports of crime. Most of the crimes in and around Quincy are “quality of life crimes,” or property crimes. If you are charged with a crime in Quincy District Court, regardless of whether it is a misdemeanor or felony offense, it is imperative that you reach out to a local Norfolk County criminal defense lawyer for immediate assistance. Attorney Patrick J. Murphy has been helping clients defend against serious crimes in Braintree, Cohasset, Holbrook, Milton, Quincy, Randolph, and Weymouth for more than 25 years. Given his experience, he understands how to best position his client’s cases for a successful outcome.Where to Go to Court After Being Arrest in Quincy
The Massachusetts court system is far from intuitive. The vast majority of criminal trials are held at 62 district courts located throughout the state. The Quincy District court hears cases arising out of arrests in the following cities: Braintree, Cohasset, Holbrook, Milton, Quincy, Randolph, and Weymouth.
The court is located at 1 Dennis Ryan Parkway, Quincy, MA 02169, and the court clerk’s phone number is (617) 471-1650.
If you have a court date coming up, it is best to have an attorney represent you at the hearing. In some cases, your lawyer may be able to request that the judge waive your appearance so you don’t have to take off work or school. However, you will need to appear for all trial listings, absent a compelling reason.Quincy Police Reports
When police officers conduct an arrest, they are required to fill out a police report. In most cases, police reports are public knowledge. Obtaining a copy of a police report can give you a better idea about the charges you face and the evidence against you. To get a copy of a Quincy police report, you must contact file a public records request with the Record Access Officer of the Quincy Police Department at One Sea Street, Quincy, MA 02169. You can make the request in person, through the mail or through email.Defending Against a Criminal Case in Quincy
If you have a case in Quincy, it pays to hire a lawyer who has specific experience handling cases in the local court. While the law is the same across the state, judges and prosecutors take different approaches. Largely, the justice system’s attitude towards criminal justice is informed by the surrounding community. Thus, an experienced Norfolk County criminal defense lawyer will have their finger on the pulse of the local court, its customs, and how to best position your case for success.
At the Law Office of Patrick J. Murphy, Attorney Murphy represents clients in all types of cases in Quincy District Court, including:
- Shoplifting charges;
- Car theft offenses;
- Residential and commercial burglary crimes;
- Robbery offenses; and
- Drug cases.
Whether you are facing your first criminal case or have a long criminal record, Attorney Murphy will treat you with the respect and dignity you deserve while aggressively defending your rights at every stage in the process.Contact the Law Office of Patrick J. Murphy to Schedule a Free Case Evaluation
Facing criminal charges in Quincy District Court can be overwhelming; however, it is not an experience you need to endure alone. Attorney Patrick J. Murphy is a veteran Norfolk criminal defense lawyer who knows what it takes to defend against even the toughest cases. Whether he is conducting an in-depth investigation into the government’s charges, arguing to keep harmful evidence out of trial, or negotiating with prosecutors for a favorable plea agreement, he can help you avoid the most serious consequences of a conviction. To learn more about Attorney Murphy, and to schedule a free case evaluation to discuss your situation, call the Law Office of Patrick J. Murphy at 617-367-0450 today. You can also reach Patrick Murphy through the firm’s online contact form.