The Law Offices of Scott D. Bradley

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Located in West Bridgewater. Serving all of Suffolk, Plymouth, Norfolk, and Bristol Counties

Plymouth MA Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you have been arrested for a crime in Plymouth MA, give us a call to discuss your best defenses. Attorney Scott Bradley Serves all of Plymouth.

 

Plymouth District Court
52 Obery Street
Plymouth, MA 02360

Serves Plymouth County

  • Duxbury
  • Halifax
  • Hanson
  • Kingston
  • Marshfield
  • Pembroke
  • Plymouth
  • Plympton

 

Plymouth County has a tough District Attorney's office.  You need to be well prepared with an attorney who fights hard for every client and knows how things work in the court system.  Attorney Scott Bradley is always well prepared and ready to fight for his clients.  Attorney Scott Bradley keeps up on how the District Attorney and Judges are handling different types of cases in Plymouth and throughout Plymouth County.  You need a lawyer that does his homework and has the proper scouting report with respect to the Judges in Plymouth.

The most common and aggressively pursued crimes in Plymouth and throughout Plymouth County are firearm/gun crimes, possession with intent to distribute heroin and cocaine, domestic violence crimes such as restraining order violations and assault and battery, and indecent assault and battery, which is a sex crime that has district court jurisdiction.  The District Attorney and Police also aggressively pursue OUI/ operating under the influence of alcohol cases.  (Commonly referred to as DWI/DUI/Drunk Driving).

Every Crime in Plymouth County Superior Court in Brockton is serious and carries State Prison time as a potential penalty.  Murder, Rape, Robbery, Drug Trafficking in all drugs, including heroin and cocaine, Gun/Firearm Possession without an FID Card, Assaults and Assaults and Battery with firearms/guns, knives or machetes, Rape, Aggravated Rape, Rape of a Child, Indecent Assault and Battery and Possession of Child Pornography are some typical Superior Court crimes.  In Superior Court, clients with certain prior convictions may face habitual offender, armed career criminal, or subsequent offender penalties.

If convicted of a sex crime such as rape, indecent assault and battery or possession of child pornography, you face collateral consequences such as registration as a sex offender with the SORB (Sex Offender Registry Board), wearing a GPS device if on probation after the prison sentence is completed, and going through an SDD or sexually dangerous person trial.  This is done before you are released from Prison and may keep you committed civilly for the rest of your natural life.

All individuals charged with a crime that are not Citizens of the United States face immigration consequences upon conviction, as defined under Federal Law.  You need a lawyer that understands the additional risks you face and is ready to fight for you.  Attorney Scott Bradley has successfully defended people who are not Citizens of the United States of America.