Boston Municipal Court Defense Law Firm
At Caselden Law, our dedicated Massachusetts criminal defense law firm regularly represent clients dealing with cases out of Boston Municipal Court. Commonly referred to as the “BMC Central,” the Boston Municipal Court Central Division in housed within the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse and is located at 24 New Chardon Street, Boston, Massachusetts.
The BMC Central Division handles traffic ticket appeals, clerk magistrate hearings, criminal complaints, civil matters and other legal issues within the jurisdiction of the court. At Caselden Law, our Massachusetts Law Firm provides top quality legal representation to clients in Boston Municipal Court and throughout the Commonwealth.
Some of the more common cases heard at the Central Division of the Boston Municipal Court system include:
- Criminal Clerk Magistrate Hearings (Application for Criminal Complaint) – The Central Division handles a large volume of Criminal Clerk Magistrate Hearings. At a clerk magistrate hearing on an application of a criminal complaint, the magistrate will hear evidence from the police officer and the defendant / defendant’s attorney. At the conclusion of the probable cause hearing, the magistrate will decide whether or not criminal charges will issue against the defendant. If charges will be issued, the case will be set up for an arraignment.
- Criminal Traffic Violation Hearings – Often times, defendant’s facing criminal traffic charges out of the Boston Municipal Court will be afforded a Criminal Clerk Magistrate’s Hearing prior to arraignment. Common criminal traffic charges include operating after suspension, leaving the scene of an accident, operating without a license, negligent operation and other driving offenses.
- Traffic Ticket & Speeding Ticket Appeals – The Boston Municipal Court Central Division is one of the busiest courthouses in the Commonwealth when it comes to Traffic Ticket Appeals. Clerk Magistrate Hearings are regularly held on the 6th floor. For more information on appeals, please visit our Traffic Ticket page.
- Arraignments – At an arraignment, a defendant is formally charged with the alleged crime and the issue of bail is addressed. Unless your case was set up for a criminal clerk magistrate hearing, the arraignment will be your first court appearance.
- Criminal Cases – The BMC Central handles a wide variety of criminal cases. Please visit our Criminal Defense page to learn more about our firm’s representation.
Boston Municipal Court – Central Division Defense Lawyer
As a client of Caselden Law, your dedicated Greater Boston Lawyer will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive top-quality legal advice that is specifically tailored to the circumstances of your case. Our law firm takes a client focused approach to the practice of law which enables us to achieve the results that best suit the individual needs of our clients. We strive to reduce the stress that is often associated with the court system as much as possible. Your attorney will be by your side throughout the entire process and will clearly explain your rights and legal options every step of the way.
Whether you are appealing a simple civil motor vehicle infraction or are facing serious felony criminal charges, our firm will carefully review every detail of your case and will explore every legal avenue available in order to achieve the best possible outcome. Through the careful examination of evidence and thorough legal research, our firm prides itself on thinking outside of the box to come up with creative legal solutions to difficult situations.
Our firm also understands that our clients often require representation on short notice. With these time constraints in mind, our firm is available to speak with you about your case around the clock and will begin to defend your rights from the moment that we are retained.
If you or a loved one is dealing with a case or appeal out of Boston Municipal Court Central Division, please contact Caselden Law to speak with an experienced and skillful Massachusetts Attorney about your situation. We are available to take your calls around the clock – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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