Westborough, Massachusetts Speeding Ticket Attorney

At Caselden Law, we regularly represent clients appealing traffic and speeding tickets at the Westborough District Court.  As a client of our firm, your Westborough, MA Speeding Ticket Attorney will develop a legal defense that is tailored to meet the specific circumstances of your case. Our firm has successfully handled hundreds of traffic and speeding ticket appeals in courthouses throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, including Westborough District Court.

Westborough District Court Clerk Magistrate Hearings for Traffic Violations

If you were pulled over and given a ticket by the police in Massachusetts for a moving violation and wish to appeal, you must follow the applicable instructions listed on the back side of the citation.  After sending in your ticket and fee to request an appeal, you will receive a “Notice of Magistrate’s Hearing for Civil Motor Vehicle Infraction” from Westborough District Court.  Especially relevant, this notice will inform you of the time and place of the “Magistrate Hearing for CMVI.”

The clerk magistrate hearing is the first of two potential appeal hearings pertaining to your citation. If you are successful at the Clerk Magistrate’s Hearing, there is no further action required.  On the other hand, if you are unsuccessful at the Clerk Magistrate Hearing, you have the right to appeal the ticket to a judge.  In addition, the police also have the right to appeal the decision of the Magistrate to a judge.

Judge Appeal Hearings at Westborough District Court

Either Party may request a Judge Appeal following the decision of the Clerk Magistrate.  As a result, the ticket will be heard on a later date in front of the judge in open court. At the Judge Appeal Hearing on the ticket, the judge will listen to the testimony and arguments of both parties, including the officer or Massachusetts State Trooper who issued the ticket.  At the conclusion of the hearing, the judge will make a decision as to responsibility.

As a client of Caselden Law, your Massachusetts Ticket Attorney will develop a well thought defense strategy to present on your behalf in order to put you in the best position for success at the Clerk Magistrate Hearing and Judge Appeal.

Our firm handles all traffic cases in Westborough District Court and courthouses throughout the Commonwealth, including:

Criminal Clerk Magistrate Hearings at Westborough District Court

It is important to note that it is possible to receive a Criminal Motor Vehicle Infraction listed on a ticket in Massachusetts.  Most tickets are for civil offenses, yet certain violations listed on tickets are considered criminal, such as:

The instructions for requesting a criminal clerk magistrate’s hearing on an application for a criminal complaint are listed on the back of the ticket.  You must take the ticket to the courthouse within four (4) days in order to request the hearing.  If you have received a ticket with the criminal box checked off and are facing criminal charges, it is important to contact an experienced Massachusetts Defense Attorney about your case as soon as possible.

Westborough District Court CMVI Appeal Hearings

Westborough District Court handles a large number of Traffic Ticket appeals by Local Police and Massachusetts State Troopers.  The court’s jurisdiction encompasses many major highways including Route 9, Interstate 90 (I-90, Mass Pike), Interstate 495 (I-495), and Interstate 290 (I-290).  The court hears cases arising from incidents occurring in Grafton, Northborough, Shrewsbury, Southborough, and Westborough, Massachusetts. In fact, there is a well-known Massachusetts Appeals Court Ruling in the case of Commonwealth v. Mongardi that arose out of a civil motor vehicle infraction appeal by a motorist in Westborough District Court.  The location of the courthouse coupled with its jurisdiction make Westborough District Court one of the more busy courthouses when it comes to traffic ticket appeals in Massachusetts.

Flat-Fee Traffic Ticket Defense Attorney

At Caselden Law, our firm handles all traffic violations and speeding tickets on a flat-fee basis.  If you have received a ticket or have an upcoming hearing, contact Caselden Law to speak with an experienced Massachusetts Traffic Ticket Attorney for a free flat-fee quote.

Our Firm is well versed in the laws pertaining to traffic violations in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  We represent both in-state and out-of-state clients on a regular basis.  Our legal knowledge and experience fighting citations in courthouses across Massachusetts enables us to put our clients in the best position for success.

Contact Caselden Law to speak with an attorney about your traffic or speeding ticket case.  We would be happy to further explain the process and provide a free of charged flat fee quote.  Contact us anytime. We are available by phone and email 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


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