The town of Stoughton, Massachusetts, is located in Norfolk County. It was first settled in 1713 and incorporated in 1726. It was named after William Stoughton -- the first Chief Justice of Colonial Courts. In addition, Mr. Stoughton was the notorious Chief Justice of the famous Salem witch trials. Built in 1888, Stoughton’s train station is the only one in Massachusetts that houses a clock tower. It is the only train station in the United States that still has the look and charm of a 19th-century train station.Experienced Stoughton Criminal Defense Attorney
Getting arrested is no picnic. Whether it’s for Stoughton domestic violence charges, Stoughton traffic violations, or merely (and unwittingly) passing a bad check in Stoughton; No matter. Being handcuffed and fingerprinted at the local police station is, to say the least, anxiety-producing and upsetting.
Your first step? Contact a Stoughton Massachusetts criminal defense lawyer who can help you: Attorney William D. Kickham, principal of The Law offices of William D. Kickham And Associates, with offices in nearby Westwood and Boston.
If you have been arrested or questioned by police, call Attorney Kickham at Ph.: (781) 320-0062, or at Ph.: (617) 285-3600. Or, fill out a confidential email contact form here for a FREE initial consultation. Attorney William Kickham is available by phone 24/7, and offers a rapid response to all inquiries. He will speak to you directly and if it’s more convenient, he will make a house call to your destination, even during weekend and evening hours.
Attorney William D. Kickham has represented clients who have been arrested for all kinds of charges in Norfolk County –Stoughton gun and firearms violations, Stoughton drunk driving/DUI charges, and Stoughton assault and battery charges. Attorney Kickham can represent you and has a 20-year track record of success.FREE ARREST TIP SHEET!
If you’ve been arrested or are being questioned by police and think you might soon be arrested, click on the display button in the left margin of this page marked “Free Arrest Tip Sheet”, or click here and fill out a form to receive a FREE tip sheet, via email, filled with invaluable legal pointers, “Top 10 Things To Do If You Are Arrested In Massachusetts.” You’ll be glad that you did.
Attorney William Kickham has over 20 years of successful experience defending a variety of Massachusetts criminal offenses, including:
- Stoughton, Massachusetts Assault and battery charges
- Stoughton, Massachusetts Murder charges
- Wrentham, Massachusetts Clerk/magistrate hearings
- Stoughton, Massachusetts Kidnapping charges
- Stoughton, Massachusetts Theft crimes and property crimes charges
- Stoughton, Massachusetts Larceny by stealing charges
- Stoughton, Massachusetts Burglary crimes charges
- Stoughton, Massachusetts Robbery charges
- Stoughton, Massachusetts Embezzlement charges
- Stoughton, Massachusetts Drug offenses/drug trafficking charges
As a highly-regarded Norfolk County Massachusetts criminal defense attorney, another point of distinction about Attorney William D. Kickham is that many local TV stations, radio stations, and newspapers contact Attorney Kickham often when they need expert legal analysis. Attorney Kickham is a well-known and well-respected legal commentator, and is turned to by media and reporters due to his reputation as an expert Norfolk County defense lawyer. To learn more about Attorney Kickham’s professional qualifications that can benefit you and your case, click here
Norfolk County criminal defense lawyer William D. Kickham is frequently asked for his commentary and legal analysis, by a variety of newspapers, magazines, TV and radio news organizations. Attorney William Kickham has appeared as a legal analyst on a variety of respected media, including Court TV (now In Session on HLN,) Fox News TV-25/Boston, The Boston Herald, WBZ-AM Radio 1030, WCVB-TV5/Boston, Nightside With Dan Rea, Greater Boston With Emily Rooney, Money Matters Radio/Boston, and The Metro Newspaper/Boston.