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George F. Ohlson Jr. - Reading, MA

34 Salem StreetSuite 202 Reading, MA 01867

Updated: 02/14/2024

Reading Criminal Litigation Lawyer

Overview

George F. Ohlson, Jr. is a partner at Ohlson & Ohlson, Attorneys at Law. Attorney Ohlson’s practice exclusively consists of criminal litigation. He represents clients charged with Operating Under the Influence of Liquor or Drugs and other Motor Vehicle offenses, Sex Crimes, Violent Crimes, Drugs Crimes, Property Crimes and many more. He represents clients in all Massachusetts courts and the U.S. District Court in Boston, Massachusetts...

George F. Ohlson, Jr. is a partner at Ohlson & Ohlson, Attorneys at Law. Attorney Ohlson’s practice exclusively consists of criminal litigation. He represents clients charged with Operating Under the Influence of Liquor or Drugs and other Motor Vehicle offenses, Sex Crimes, Violent Crimes, Drugs Crimes, Property Crimes and many more. He represents clients in all Massachusetts courts and the U.S. District Court in Boston, Massachusetts.

Previously, Attorney Ohlson was an Assistant District Attorney for the Norfolk County District Attorney's Office. Attorney Ohlson was an adjunct professor at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell where he taught criminal law.

In April 2008, Attorney Ohlson was a faculty member for the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) seminar entitled Crafting More Effective Motions to Suppress. Attorney Ohlson filed and argued a motion to suppress involving a search warrant for a GPS device. Attorney Ohlson lectured about his motion and search warrants in general at the MCLE seminar.

Additionally, Attorney Ohlson was an adjunct professor at Bridgewater State College where he taught Courts and Criminal Law and Bunker Hill Community College, where he taught Criminology. He was a Legislative Aide for State Representative William C. Galvin in the Massachusetts House of Representatives before attending law school.

Attorney Ohlson is a graduate of New England School of Law. He earned both a Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and a Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Criminology from Suffolk University.

About George F. Ohlson Jr.

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Partner

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Litigation

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts
  • U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts

Classes and Seminars

  • Adjunct Professor, Criminal Law, Bridgewater State College
  • Adjunct Professor, Criminology, Bunker Hill Community College
  • Adjunct Professor, Criminal Law, University of Massachusetts
  • Faculty Member, Crafting More Effective Motions to Suppress, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education

Past Positions

  • Norfolk County District Attorney's Office, Assistant District Attorney
  • State Representative William C. Galvin, Massachusetts House of Representatives, Legislative Aide

Education

  • New England Law, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Suffolk University
    M.Sc.
    Major: Criminal Justice
  • Suffolk University
    B.Sc.
    Major: Criminology

Fees

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

34 Salem StreetSuite 202 Reading, MA 01867

Fax

  • 617-684-9009

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By Bo S. on May. 12, 2023

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Attorney Ohlson was simply masterful in his strategies when dealing with the unfortunate instance when I was arrested for the first and only time in my life. At that time I really had no idea what was going on and wasn't even particularly corporative with my own attorney, but Attorney Ohlson still managed to take the optimal decision every step of the way. Not only did Attorney Ohlson obtain the best possible outcome for me, he also helped me get the mental health treatment I needed in order to avoid making mistakes that may have gotten me into future legal trouble. My life would likely be much worse now had I not been represented by Attorney Ohlson and I would highly recommend him to anyone seeking the services he provide. Even AFTER my case got dismissed, Attorney Ohlson is STILL providing invaluable advice on how to get my case sealed and my actions regarding how to approach testifying for a different case where I was listed as a witness. I have offered to pay Attorney Ohlson fees for his follow up services but so far he has refused me. I thought that leaving him personalized reviews was the least I could do especially if he didn't want to accept payment.

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