If you’ve been charged with a crime in near downtown Boston, Massachusetts your case will be heard at the Central Division of the Boston Municipal Court. The Boston Municipal Court or the BMC is the largest district court in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Over 11,000 cases are heard at the BMC each year. There are many different sessions and different judges in the Court. Court hears all types of cases and conducts jury trials at the court.
If you are charged with a crime in Boston, or in any town in Massachusetts you have a right to be represented by a lawyer. It is crucial to consult with an attorney about your criminal case. If you are charged with a crime in Boston and you have to appear at the Boston Municipal Court having a lawyer that knows the court is extremely valuable. Hiring a lawyer that is experienced in the court is often the difference in a good result and a great result.
As a Boston Criminal Defense Attorney Patrick Donovan has helped many clients get results in the Boston Municipal Court. Patrick Donovan has represented clients in the BMC on charges ranging from drunk driving, DWI, OUI, DUI, violent offenses, theft offenses, drug offenses and domestic violence.
Whether through his experience as a former prosecutor or as a criminal defense attorney Patrick Donovan will help you build a defense.
If you have been charged with a crime call Boston Attorney Patrick Donovan at (617) 479-1800 for your free consultation today.
Helpful information on the Boston Municipal Court:
Boston Municipal Court covers the Downtown Boston area, Chinatown, North End, West End, South End through Massachusetts Avenue, Beacon Hill.
Address: Boston Municipal Court Department
Edward W. Brooke Courthouse
24 New Chardon Street
Boston, MA 02114
Important Boston Municipal Court Phone Numbers
Administrative Office (Criminal) 617-788-8700
Judges’ Lobby 617-788-8709
Civil Clerk’s Office 617-788-8402
Criminal Clerk’s Office 617-788-8600
Small Claims 617-788-8411
Restraining Orders 617-788-8417
Court Officers 617-788-8370
Directions via Public Transportation:
Orange Line and Green Line (Exit at Haymarket Station – exit onto Merimack Street, turn right – courthouse is in view.) Exit also at North Station proceed to Vallenti Way exit (via Orange/Green Line exit), courthouse is a 5 minute walk straight at the end of Vallenti Way), or
Blue Line (Exit at Bowdoin Station – cross New Chardon Street to Courthouse), or
Red Line (Exit at Charles Street – 10 minute walk up Cambridge Street take right onto New Chardon Street), or
Commuter Rail – Exit at North Station – proceed to Vallenti Way exit (via Orange/Green Line exit), courthouse is a 5 minute walk straight on Vallenti Way.)
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