Boston Municipal Courthouse
If you are being prosecuted for a crimnal offense in the Boston Municipal Courthouse, you are taking the first and most important step toward meeting this challenge — finding a knowledgable, aggressive and experienced criminal defense lawyer to defend you. Kevin J. Mahoney has been practicing in the Boston courts for the past 20 years and is recognized as one of Boston’s most skilled criminal defense attorneys. He has successfully defended fellow citizens accused of various crimes in the Boston Municipal Court. During his successful years in practice, Attorney Mahoney has earned a nationwide reputation, as well as indispensable understanding of the proclivities of local judges and acquired critical contacts within the Clerk’s Offices.
Call Boston Criminal Defense Lawyer Kevin J. Mahoney at 617-492-0055 or use our online contact form to schedule a free in-office consultation with him. Our N. Cambridge office is only 15-20 minutes from downtown Boston. Raised in “Southie,” Attorney Mahoney is well familiar with Boston, the mindset of its citizens, and its rich history.
Boston Municipal Court (BMC) Information
The BMC is located at 24 New Chardon Street in the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. The courthouse is relatively new, well thoughtout, clean, and majestic. The Honorable Raymond J. Dougan, Jr. is acting presiding First Justice of the Court. He is an extremely intelligent and empathetic jurist, and unfairly maligned by the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. While most of the other associate justices of the BMC are fair and patient, two judges are hostile, intellectually handicapped, and thin-skinned. The number for the criminal division of the clerk’s office is 617-788-8600. To reach the probation department, dial 617-788-8426. The BMC serves all of Suffolk County.
Daniel F. Conley is the District Attorney for Suffolk County. The main office is located in Boston at One Bulfinch Place. To reach the District Attorney’s office, call 617-619-4000. To reach the office in the BMC, call 617-619–4050.
Boston Police Department
The address for the headquarters of the Boston Police Department is 1 Schroeder Plaza. The phone number is 617-343-4200. Edward Davis is the Police Commissioner. The Boston Police Department is the oldest police department in the country.
Boston City Hall is located at One City Hall Square.
Mayor: 617-635-4500; Suite 500; Mayor Thomas Menino
Clerk: 617-635-4600; Room 601; Clerk Maureen Feeney
Law Department: 617-635-4034; Room 615; Corporation Counsel William Sinnott
Office of the Parking Clerk: 617-635-4410; Room 224
Founded in 1630, Boston is full of American history. Many revolutionary war sites can be found along the Freedom Trail, including old graveyards, monuments, and churches. In 1770, British soldiers fired on a crowd of people protesting the Townsend Acts, which imposed a heavy tax burden on the colonists. During the melee, the British killed five colonists. It was later described as the Boston Massacre, it was one of several events that drove the colonists to revolt against the British. John Adams, a leading patriot and lawyer, defended the British soldiers at their trial. The soldiers were convicted.
In 1822, Boston officially became a city. During the potato famine in Ireland, many Irish immigrants landed in Boston and re-built there lives here. The Boston Molasses Disaster killed 150 people in unfortunate incident of escaped molasses. As a starting point for many roadways, Boston has undergone much construction to try and ease up on the congestion with projects like the Big Dig and various bridges and tunnels. The 2000 census reported 589,141 residents in the state’s capital.