Aggressive Bridgewater Criminal Defense Attorneys
Arrested in Bridgewater? Facing charges in Brockton District Court? We can help.
According to the FBI Uniform Crime Rate database Bridgewater has the following crimes in a given year: 15 instances of forcible rape, 19 robberies, 164 aggravated assaults, 231 burglaries, and 649 larceny thefts.
All arrests made in Bridgewater fall under the Brockton District Court’s jurisdiction. Our Bridgewater Criminal Lawyers handle criminal cases in Brockton District Court on daily basis. Our Brockton office is located less than five miles from both the Brockton District and Superior courts.
If you are facing charges or have been charged with drug possession or possession with intent to sell cocaine, ecstasy, marijuana or OxyContin and need an experienced trial lawyer call our Bridgewater Drug Charges trial lawyers today. A charge for drug possession isn’t a conviction — but a conviction on a drug charge will follow you around for the rest of your life.
Attorney Gerald J. Noonan is a Bridgewater criminal defense lawyer that has been fighting for the rights of area residents facing felony and misdemeanor charges including:
- Assault and Battery: Aggravated or simple Assault & Battery; Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon; Battery; A &B with Intent to Kill;
- Theft Crimes: Larceny of an Automobile; Larceny by Stealing; Burglary; Robbery; Shoplifting; Receiving Stolen Goods
- Drug Crimes: Possession of Narcotics; Possession of Prescription Drugs; Drug possession resulting in intent to distribute charges; Drug School Zone violations.
- Violent Crimes: Voluntary Manslaughter; Indecent Sexual Assault; Home Invasion; Arson; Carjacking; Aggravated Armed Robbery; Armed Burglary;
- DUI/OUI Crimes: 1st Offense OUI; 2nd Offense OUI; Repeat DUI Offense Charges; Drunk Driving child endangerment; Motor vehicle Homicide.
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At The Noonan Defense Firm our criminal defense lawyers realize the stress and emotional heartache that comes when you or a loved one has been arrested. In these trying times you will need a criminal defense lawyer capable of guiding you through the complex and often frustrating legal process. If you have already been arrested and arraigned at Brockton District Court or are being investigated by an area police department call our Bridgewater criminal defense lawyers today for a free consultation. We will look over the details of your case, explain your legal options and devise a strategy that confronts the evidence the prosecution will try to use against you.
Our Brockton office is conveniently located less than five miles from both the Brockton District and Superior Courts. For a free initial consultation, call our law offices today at (508) 584-6955.
Bridgewater is a town in Plymouth County Massachusetts with a population of just over 25,000. Located 27 miles to the south of Boston, Bridgewater is bordered by the towns of West Bridgewater, Halifax, East Bridgewater, Raynham and Middleborough. Bridgewater State University and the Bridgewater State Correctional Facility are the major institutions located within the town.
The Bridgewater State Correctional Facility houses several different correctional facilities which the Massachusetts Department of Corrections operates. The Bridgewater State Hospital is one of those facilities. The hospital houses those the state deems criminally insane and performs evaluations to determine if someone should be deemed criminally insane. The state hospital houses around 400 inmates and all are males.
The old colony correctional facility is a medium security prison complex that also houses male inmates. Bridgewater State University is a part of the Massachusetts State University system. Founder by Horace Mann in 1840, Bridgewater University has an enrollment of 9,300. Forty percent of the student body is male and sixty
percent is female. It’s a dry campus and alcohol is not allowed on the grounds. Even persons above the age of 21 are not allowed to possess alcohol on campus.
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