Top Boston DUI / DWI Lawyers - Massachusetts

The firm originated in 1961. The firm's major emphasis is Litigation including extensive Criminal Law and Domestic Relations practices. Attorneys Joseph P. Cataldo and Cornelius J. Madera III, representing client's in all serious criminal matters, violent and non-violent, drunk driving, sexual abuse, domestic restraining orders and assault, and drug offenses in all Courts. Attorney Joseph Cataldo,...

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Facing an OUI in Boston?

A Boston OUI attorney familiar with Massachusetts criminal laws can challenge the circumstances leading to your OUI stop/arrest, fight the admission of certain evidence, and/or help get charges dismissed or defeated at trial. If you received an OUI anywhere in the greater Boston area—Dorchester, Roxbury, Codman Square, or elsewhere in Suffolk County—a Boston OUI lawyer can help you. A Boston OUI lawyer can ensure that your legal rights are protected with a full defense Use FindLaw to hire a Boston OUI lawyer

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