The fourth largest city in Massachusetts, Lowell has a population of about 108,861 residents. While the majority of households in this city are made up of families, the student population has been steadily increasing as Lowell emerges as a new college town with U. Mass. Lowell (the second largest state university in Massachusetts) educating most of this area’s college students. Culturally, Lowell, MA has had some notable success in landing features in songs, novels, and films—“The Fighter,” starring Massachusetts-local Mark Wahlberg, was based on famous boxer Mickey Ward and the prominent boxing culture among Lowell’s working class.
Lowell is in Middlesex County. There are two main courthouses located in the City of Lowell—Lowell District Court, which also serves the neighborhoods of Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Tewksbury, and Tyngsboro, and the Middlesex County Superior Court-Lowell. Probate and family court matters from Lowell are heard in the Middlesex Probate and Family Court in Cambridge.
For over fifty years, the Lowell criminal defense attorneys at Zalkind, Duncan & Bernstein have helped, advised, and represented clients in Lowell courts during all phases of criminal matters. Whether you have been arrested in Lowell or are involved in an investigation, called to a grand jury trial, or hoping to vacate a guilty plea, you can rely on our team of attorneys to use their expertise, intellect, and creativity to protect your individual legal rights while fighting for your best interests. Our experienced criminal defense lawyers have successfully represented clients in many of Lowell’s courts. The criminal practices that our lawyers practice include, but are not limited to: drug crimes, computer and internet crimes, drunk driving, gun crimes,sex crimes, violent crimes, white-collar crimes and fraud, foreign extradition, clerk-magistrate’s hearings, restraining orders, sealing and expungement, criminal appeals.
Our experienced Lowell employment and civil lawyers are also available to represent clients in cases in both state and federal courts, including employment, civil rights, and family matters, and students in Lowell (including elementary, secondary, undergraduate, and post-graduate) with discrimination, discipline, and other disputes with their schools.
If you have a criminal, civil, or academic legal issue in Lowell, please contact Zalkind Duncan & Bernstein LLP to speak with one of our experienced attorneys.
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