College students love to drink, dance, and have a good time, and college kids in the Boston area are certainly no exception. Unfortunately this often leads to irresponsible behavior, run-ins with law enforcement, and unintentional law breaking. Younger people who have been arrested, been sent to a hearing, or charged with a crime often feel alone and vulnerable – and law enforcement officers know this. If you are a college student who has recently been charged with a crime, know that you do not have to go through this by yourself! No matter how serious the circumstances, contact Attorney John B. Seed today. His experience as a seasoned criminal defense attorney will ensure you receive the best possible service, personalized attention, and legal defense you need to fight any charge that has been made against you.

Yes, more often than not, students have found themselves charged with Disrupting the Peace, Noise Violations, and/or “Being a Keeper of a Noisy and Disorderly home.” Essentially, these are just complaints about parties that got a little too loud for the neighbors to put up with. In these instances, Attorney Seed will help students resolve allegations during a simple clerk magistrate hearing. However, more serious charges have been brought against a number of Attorney Seed’s clients, including Armed Robbery, OUI/DUI drunk driving, Assault and Battery, and Larceny charges. Given his proven track record of success with clients of all ages (and across a number of criminal charges), professionalism, expertise, and dedication to receiving the optimal result for the client, Attorney Seed is the first person to call if you’re a college student that has been charged with a crime.

Even if a charge seems frivolous, the impact a criminal charge can have on a record may cripple professional opportunities in one’s future. No one should handle this alone. If you or a college student you know has been charged with a crime in the Boston area, contact the office of Attorney John B. Seed today! Visit the firm’s website or call (857) 251-5482 to learn more about how he helps protect college students.