Located about 18 miles south of Boston and 24 miles north of Providence, Rhode Island, the town of Walpole, Massachusetts is located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. It was first settled in 1659 and at that time was part of Dedham, Massachusetts. Interestingly, the town was named after Sir Robert Walpole, who was the first Prime Minister of Great Britain. Over the years, the town has earned a reputation as being a stronghold for people who are Republicans in New England.
The town originally was claimed by the tribe of the Neponset Native Americans.
Walpole is also where the Massachusetts Correctional Institution - otherwise known as Cedar Junction - is located. This maximum-security state prison for males was originally called MCI-Walpole, but residents successfully lobbied for a name change in the mid-1980s."Have You Been Arrested Or Are You Afraid You Might Be?
Since you’re visiting this page, the chances are that you have either already been arrested in Walpole, or fear that you might be soon. If so, you can click on the display button at the left side of this page, entitled "Free Arrest Tip Sheet!", or click here to receive a special FREE document from The Law Offices of William D. Kickham and Associates in Westwood and Boston. Attorney Kickham has taken the time to personally write a detailed article that provides “The Top 10 Things To Do If You Are Arrested For A Crime In Massachusetts.”
Says Attorney Kickham, “I wrote this article to help people who have been arrested and charged with a Massachusetts crime – it’s that simple. Most people have no idea what to do, or what steps to take in the aftermath of getting arrested. Quite simply, my clients have told me that this article helped them a great deal in the immediate hours after (or even before) being arrested.”Walpole, Massachusetts Criminal Defense Lawyer
Let's imagine a scenario in which you have been arrested for Massachusetts OUI - operating under the influence of alcohol. A person doesn't have to be an alcoholic or a problem drinker for this to happen - it can happen to anyone. But do you have any idea how this can horribly affect your life? Not only is there the shame and embarrassment of being arrested for OUI, but now your Driver's License is at risk. And that puts your job and profession at risk - how will you get to work and back home? And so starts the domino effect, of all the terrible outcomes that can await you with an OUI arrest
Obviously, this is just one example of many charges that an average person can face in Massachusetts. The range from assault and battery, to drug crimes, to theft crimes, to domestic violence offenses, to sex crimes, to traffic violations, and many more. Attorney Kickham is familiar with operations within both the Walpole Police Department, and Wrentham District Court which has jurisdiction over the town of Walpole. You may not yet realize it, but being arrested and charged with a crime can - and most likely will - affect your job, your relationships, and of course your future. This is not the time to take any chances. Many people, under these conditions, find it to be a time of great turmoil, when everything is turned upside down.
Walpole, Massachusetts criminal defense attorney William D. Kickham, whose office is located in nearby Westwood, Massachusetts, totally understands the plight of people who are arrested for a variety of crimes in Massachusetts .
If you are arrested, you should immediately contact Attorney Kickham at office number: (781) 320-0062 or on his cell phone at (617) 285-3600. If the issue you face is not an emergency, you can email us and Attorney Kickham will respond to you personally and confidentially about your situation.
Attorney Kickham also makes "house calls," and will meet with you after 9-5 working hours, if that is more convenient to you than meeting during the day, when most people are at their jobs. Few lawyers "go the extra mile" as does Attorney Kickham, and it's just one example of why he gets superior legal results for his clients.