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UMass Criminal Lawyer

UMass Criminal Lawyer

If you are away at school, a criminal conviction or even criminal charges can significantly impact your standing at college. In fact, convictions of certain crimes, including drug charges, can cause you to lose the ability to collect Federal Financial Aid. If you are a student charged with any crime, contact an attorney that has decades of experience vigorously defending students charged with crimes.

If you’re looking for a criminal defense lawyer in Hampshire County, Hampden County, Amherst, Belchertown, Northampton, Southampton or anywhere in Western Massachusetts, then you need look no further than Parker & O’Grady, Attorneys at Law.

Every citizen of the United States is afforded certain inalienable rights, and one of them is the right to a fair trial. At Parker & O’Grady, Attorneys at Law, we take that right seriously. When you call us after being charged with a crime, you’ll know right away that you are dealing with committed legal professionals. We give every client and every case the individualized attention that they need to get the best possible defense. Our defense services in this area include:

Our criminal defense offices handle:

  • OUI
  • Drug Defense
  • Sex Crimes Defense
  • Theft and Robberies
  • Homicide Defense
  • Other Violent Crimes Defense

If you need a Southampton, MA criminal lawyer, don’t hesitate to contact the professionals at Parker & O’Grady, Attorneys at Law. We don’t just settle, we fight hard to get your charges dismissed. Payment plans are available so that you can more easily fit our services into your budget.

Call Parker & O’Grady for a Free Consultation 413-527-8660

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Southampton, MA
124 College Highway
Southampton, MA 01073

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Springfield, MA
73 Chestnut Street
Springfield, MA 01103

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