The Importance of Having a Lawyer for a Magistrate Hearing

| Jan 17, 2014 | Criminal Defense |

Attorney John B. Seed has helped clients from all over the Boston area fight DUI, DWI, OUI, firearms, and other charges for years. Experienced, dedicated, and professional, Attorney Seed’s patient, thorough approach to cases ensure clients receive the best possible outcome, while understanding each step of the case along the way. Even if you’re a college student under fire for throwing a raucous party, Attorney Seed can help! And in addition to fighting charges made by law enforcement officers, Attorney Seed helps defend clients during clerk magistrate hearings.

In some instances, if a person is charged with a misdemeanor not committed in the presence of a police officer, a summons is issued for said person to appear at a clerk magistrate hearing. Just because a clerk magistrate hearing isn’t a full-blown trial doesn’t mean you should treat it any less seriously. There’s never an instance where you can or should be expected to represent yourself. If you’re in the Boston area and recently received a summons to appear as a defendant at a clerk magistrate hearing for any reason, contact Attorney Seed today. He works with every client to discuss the facts and circumstances surrounding the hearing, and will help you make informed decisions on how to best approach the case.

Clerk magistrate hearings are a special opportunity for the person accused to prevent him or herself from having a damaging criminal record. Take full advantage of this by getting in touch with Attorney John B. Seed today. To reach the practice, call 508-817-3194 or visit the website to schedule your appointment.