Quincy, Massachusetts is located on the South Shore, eleven miles outside of Boston and separated from the city by the Neponset River. With its proximity to the state capital, it is considered a part of Boston’s metropolitan region. Its population is roughly 93,000 residents. Quincy is rich in United States history, as it was the birthplace of both the second President, John Adams, and the sixth President, John Quincy Adams. As a result, Quincy is the home to many historic locations, which include the Adams National Historical Park, the Hancock Cemetery, and the residence of Josiah Quincy, a high-status Revolutionary War leader. Additionally, the first commercial railroad in the United States, the Granite Railway, originated in Quincy; it is also where the much-beloved Dunkin’ Donuts established its first location in 1950. Quincy provides its community with access to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation System (MBTA), beaches that are popular amongst both residents and visitors, and almost a quarter of the Blue Hills Reservation that lies within Quincy’s borders.
Located in Norfolk County, Quincy is home to its own District Court, which is located on Dennis Ryan Parkway. Quincy’s Probate Court matters are handled through the Norfolk Probate Court in Canton, Massachusetts, while Quincy’s Superior Court matters are heard in Norfolk Superior Court in Dedham, Massachusetts.
For decades the Quincy criminal defense lawyers at Zalkind, Duncan & Bernstein have advised and represented clients in a range of criminal matters. Whether you have been arrested in Quincy 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. The criminal areas 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.
We are also available to represent clients in Quincy in civil matters in both state and federal courts, including employment, civil rights, and family matters, and students in Quincy (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 Quincy, please contact Zalkind Duncan & Bernstein LLP to speak with one of our experienced attorneys.
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