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QUINCY CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER

GET A PROVEN TRIAL ATTORNEY ON YOUR SIDE

No matter what the crime, it is natural to feel frustration and fear about the uncertain outcomes you might face. At Flanagan & Associates, we pride ourselves not just on the results we secure for our clients, but also in providing trustworthy advocacy. When our clients come to us, they can be confident knowing that their rights will be protected and their voice will be heard in court. Regardless of your charge, or how serious it might be, you are urged to contact our firm immediately. Swift action is needed in all criminal charges, and we are ready to get your case on track for a clear, assertive defense as soon as possible.

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Why choose Flanagan & Associates?

Many firms can boast awards and high ratings, but at Flanagan & Associates, there is no "finish line" to the level of service we give our clients. The cases that come through our doors are not numbers or price tags—they're individuals. We take that very seriously and strive to execute excellence every day for our clients.

With Flanagan & Associates, your case will have the unparalleled perspective of a Proven trial attorney, along with the dedicated personal attention our representation provides. With so much at stake in criminal cases, we believe that clients deserve 24/7 access to their representatives, and we always make ourselves available for everything from minor questions to urgent developments.

  • Avvo Superb Rating, Both in Criminal Defense & DUI
  • 2013 & 2014 Clients' Choice Avvo Award
  • History of Successful
    Case Results
  • Free Initial
    Case Evaluation

Handling an Extensive
Range of Cases

Whether you've been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, you need the competent counsel of an experienced and aggressive legal representative to guide your charges to the best possible outcome. Our seasoned Quincy criminal attorney has handled an array of different matters on behalf of our clients.

  • Case dismissed Assault and Battery
    Client was charged with Assault and Battery by the mother of his daughter. This particular charge turned the client's life upside down. He had never been arrested before, and he had no experience with the criminal justice system. Attorney Flanagan was able to convince the assistant district attorney and the Judge that the case should be dismissed on the trial date.
  • All charges dismissed Boston Municipal Court
    Client was in a barroom fight in downtown Boston. Allegedly the other party was seriously injured and required medical treatment. Attorney Flanagan was able to dismiss the case.
  • No Formal Charges Were Filed Boston Municipal Court
    The Boston Police took out an application for complaint on the client alleging that the client stole a laptop from a young man at a restaurant. Attorney Flanagan represented the client at the clerks hearing and convinced the clerk there was not enough evidence to charge the client. The clerk agreed and dismissed the charges. No formal charges were filed and no record of this incident will be available to the public.
  • Case Dismissed Boston Municipal Court Dorchester Division
    Client was charged with violating an Abuse Prevention Order (209A). It was alleged that the client, under a lawful restraining order that provided for no contact of the alleged victim and a stay away of over 150 yards, contacted the alleged victim and threatened her by text messages and voice mail. Attorney Flanagan argued a Motion to Dismiss to the Court requesting that all charges be dismissed. The Motion to Dismiss was allowed.
  • Case Dismissed Boston Municipal Court Dorchester Division
    Client was charged with B&E Building in the Daytime for a Felony. Boston Police Detectives took fingerprints and blood swabs at the scene. The client had prior convictions and was in the BPD database. The DNA from the blood swabs was linked to the client. Attorney Flanagan argued a Motion To Dismiss to the Court requesting that the charge be dismissed. The Court agreed and the Motion to Dismiss was allowed.
  • Dismissed prior to arraignment Brockton District Court
    Brockton District Court: Client charged with Possession of class B Cocaine in Abington, Ma. Attorney Dave Flanagan was able to get all charges dismissed at the pretrial hearing. Result: Possession of Class B DismissedAn application for complaint was filed against the client for Operating his vehicle to endanger. The client was in a serious accident and the Rockland Police Department issued a summons for the client to appear at Hingham District Court. Attorney Flanagan was able to get the case dismissed prior to arraignment. No information about this incident will appear on the client's record.
  • All charges dismissed Brockton District Court
    Client was charged with a domestic assault and battery and a violation of a restraining order in Abington, Ma. Attorney took the case to trial and all charges were dismissed.
  • Drug possession charges dismissed Cambridge District Court
    Client was charged with an Operating Under the Influence of Drugs, Possession of Class A and Possession of Class E drugs. Illegal drugs were found on her person and in her car when the police found her. She was allegedly driving erratically and got into an accident. Attorney Flanagan was able to dismiss the charges of Possession of Class A and Possession of Class E drugs. The OUI drugs charged will dismissed in one year as long as the client can stay out of trouble and complete a program. Drug possession charges dismissed: OUI Drugs CWOF for 1 year. Case is dismissed if client stays out of trouble.
  • Case Dismissed Dedham District Court
    Client was charged with Assault, Disorderly Conduct, and Resisting Arrest. Attorney Flanagan reasoned with the assistant district attorney and he was willing to dismiss the case at the pre trial conference.
  • Both Cases Dismissed Dedham District Court
    Client was charged with committing Assault and Battery against his girlfriend and Violating a Restraining Order in violation of MGL ch 209A. Some of the allegations including the client grabbing his girlfriend around the waist and throwing her against the kitchen table. This same client was charged with similar offenses in an incident that happened one week later. He had two separate dockets. Attorney Flanagan was able to get both dockets dismissed.

A Proven Quincy Criminal Defense Lawyer

Get the Personal Attention of a Small Firm, With Big Firm Results

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With private investigation roots, we are dedicated to exhaustively researching and uncovering every detail in the cases we take on. This is the level of service we have provided for clients across Massachusetts, including Hingham, Plymouth, and Brockton and are ready to bring to your case today. Take control of your criminal charges.

Call Flanagan & Associates for a free consultation!

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