The city of Waltham, Massachusetts has always been known as "The Watch City," because of its affiliation with the watch profession. The first watch factory in Waltham, Waltham Watch Company, opened its doors in 1854; it was the first factory of its kind to make watches on an assembly line. In 1876, the company won the Gold Medal at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition.
Situated in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Waltham was a major contributor to the American Industrial Revolution. It was the original home of the Boston Manufacturing Company, which was the first integrated textile mill in the United States. Waltham also triggered what became known as the Waltham-Lowell system of labor and production. Today it is home to Bentley University and Brandeis University."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 Waltham, 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.”Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer in Waltham, Massachusetts.
You've just been arrested and convicted of a crime. What crime? Theft charges, burglary charges, assault and battery crimes, motor vehicle violations, OUI charges, drug crimes, perhaps even sex crimes.
What to do? Your first step in choosing an attorney is going to determine how your case ultimately ends. If you're smart, your first step should be to immediately call Waltham, Massachusetts criminal defense attorney William D. Kickham attorney. With offices in Westwood, Massachusetts and Boston, Attorney Kickham is familiar with operations within both the Waltham Police Department and Waltham District Court, and offers a rapid response to all of his potential clients. He fully understands the overwhelming feelings and stress that being arrested can cause. Remember - you don't need to be a "criminal" to be charged with or convicted of a crime in Massachusetts. Attorney Kickham has an impressive track record defending his clients, and he can do the same for you and your situation. Give him a call immediately at office number (781) 320-0062 or cell number (617) 285-3600, or email us by clicking on this link.
Have you heard what else sets Attorney Kickham apart? Unlike most every other Waltham, Massachusetts criminal defense attorney Attorney Kickham makes "house calls." That's right. He understands that most people work 9-5, and so, he will visit you at your home in the evening, to discuss your case in private, at YOUR convenience. Try finding that kind of service from the big downtown Boston law firms - the ones with the Oriental rugs and crystal chandeliers. In fact, Attorney Kickham is so good at what he does, that his clients frequently tell him that he doesn't just represent them, he "rescues" them.We Don't Just Represent You, We Rescue You
Long before a conviction occurs, criminal charges can and will affect everything in your life - your marriage, job, career, family and financial situation. These charges can take over your life and make it difficult for you to function. Most people have absolutely no idea how to deal with an arrest, and Attorney Kickham will guide you through this tumultuous time. Call him at office; (781) 320-0062 or cell number: (617) 610-2577, and he will assist you with your arrest problems. If you are held in jail, he can even show up for a bail hearing and make a case for your quick release. If you have not been arrested and are not experiencing a legal emergency right now, and can wait to speak with Attorney Kickham, you can email us here and we'll respond promptly.