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Wellesley Criminal Defense Attorney

Excellent Legal Representation in Massachusetts

If you are a convicted of a crime, your future could be severely altered. A conviction might bring penalties of imprisonment, fines, and loss of privileges, which could compromise your career and reputation. In light of this, it is extremely important that you speak to Waltham criminal defense lawyer, Adam Russell. He practices solely in the area of criminal defense, so he is very knowledgeable about the laws and procedures regarding all types of crimes.

If you hire the Russell Defense Firm, you can expect that Attorney Russell will quickly return your calls. He makes it a point to answer within 24 hours during the week, and within 48 hours on the weekends, so he can take care of your needs as soon as possible. You can also expect that Attorney Russell will communicate with you as the case progresses, so you are informed of what is happening at all times. He understands that an open client-attorney relationships is a key factor in a case's success. To read about Attorney Russell's commitment to his clients, visit the "Testimonials" page. They attest to his professionalism and dedication throughout the legal proceedings.

As soon as Attorney Russell meets with a client, he takes the time to carefully discuss the details, so he can understand all aspects of the situation. He then prepares the case for trial, even if he is still negotiating a plea agreement. That way, he can take immediate action if the plea agreement is not accepted by the prosecution. The Russell Law Firm wants to ensure that you do not feel that you have to plead guilty, because you know that Attorney Russell will support you to the end. Find out more about how the firm can defend you by calling Attorney Russell.

Information about Wellesley

Located in Norfolk County, Wellesley is considered to be part of the Boston metropolitan area. The town has a popular railway service that travels to Boston, so that commuters can easily travel to and from the larger city. Currently, there are about 30,000 residents within its borders. It is home to three major colleges: Wellesley College, Babson College, and Olin College, which are all located within 5 miles of each other. Wellesley began as part of Needham, but it seceded from the town in 1880 to form its own independent government.

Wellesley is overseen by the town meeting, which is a group of elected officials that represent the residents by precinct. This is similar to the way that the U.S. government is run, as state representatives vote on behalf of constituents in their district. Any Massachusetts town that has more than 6,000 citizens can use the town meeting system.

Crime Rates

Wellesley is a relatively safe city, reported as safer than 85% of U.S. Cities. There are only about 19 violent crimes and 230 property crimes reported per year. The local newspaper keeps a detailed police log of all reports coming out of the police department so that residents can be updated. These include any crimes or accidents to which the police respond. If you have been convicted of a crime in Wellesley, be sure to get in touch with the Russell Defense Firm. Our Wellesley criminal lawyer, Adam Russell, can look for any improper procedure by the police that will improve your chances of getting your charges dropped or reduced.

Get your free case evaluation or schedule an appointment for your initial consultation today! Attorney Russell can support your cause, no matter the complexity of the case.


A History of Success

Our firm has a long history of achieving dismissals and not guilty verdicts for clients. Take a look through our winning track record yourself!

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  1. Attorney Russell has proven success with OUI, drug-related offenses, assault, battery, and more!
  2. He performs immediate independent investigation of your situation, so he can create a strong defense that can lead to reduced charges or an acquittal.
  3. He truly believes in fostering excellent client-attorney relationships, and you will never be kept in the dark or left to feel worried or confused about your case.
  4. He has received extra training with the National College for DUI Defense and Flaschner Judicial Institute.
  5. There is no cost to get started - request your free case evaluation with Attorney Russell today!
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