We Know How To Effectively Navigate Clerk Magistrate Hearings
For criminal charges that do not rise to the level where an arrest is made, the police can opt to apply for criminal charges to be filed through a Clerk Magistrate Hearing. These cases can be thought of as an attempt by the courts to resolve less challenging cases in a setting that is possibly more amenable to creative solutions.
If you are facing charges in a Clerk Magistrate Hearing or fear you will be, we can help you begin taking action right away. The sooner we are able to start, the more favorable the options which may be available. In some limited instances, it may be possible, to prevent the filing of any charges at all with a probation agreement that has certain requirements such as avoiding any further legal trouble for six months.
Some of the common issues we are able to help secure positive resolutions for in Clerk Magistrate Hearings include:
- Driving while suspended
- Reckless driving
Any misdemeanor that does not involve an actual arrest can be resolved through a Clerk Magistrate Hearing.
Defense From A Former Boston Prosecutor
At the offices of Attorney John B. Seed, our firm has a record of success in Clerk Magistrate Hearings as well as a reputation for providing strong representation that is well-known. We can help make these types of proceedings work for you. Attorney John B. Seed was a Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney who supervised the Brighton District Court. His time serving in that office and the years of experience he has acquired since have taught him what it takes to secure the best possible results for people when they are facing a Clerk Magistrate Hearing.
Boston Clerk Magistrate Hearing Attorney Serving All Of Eastern Massachusetts
For representation that understands how to make a Clerk Magistrate Hearing benefit you, turn to Attorney John B. Seed. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call 508-817-3194 or contact us online.
We have offices in Brighton and New Bedford to make our services more accessible.