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Patrick J. Murphy, Esq.

Patrick J. Murphy, Esq.

Law Office of Patrick J. Murphy
  • Criminal Law, Domestic Violence, DUI & DWI
  • Massachusetts
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Biography

I have been a practicing lawyer since 1994 and have helped thousands of client with their legal problems. I have significant experience handle criminal cases in courts throughout Massachusetts and I enjoy helping people from all walks of life.

I am easy to contact and I return telephone calls and emails promptly. I am happy to answer any questions that you may have about your case so that you may better understand the process and what to expect going forward.

I believe that my skills as a cross-examiner at hearings and trials is an asset to my clients and I want you to put your trust in me to help you in your time in need.

Practice Areas
    Criminal Law
    Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
    Domestic Violence
    Domestic Violence Criminal Defense, Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
    DUI & DWI
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    I am happy to consult with you over the telephone, via email, or in person at my office.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    We accept MasterCard, Visa, and American Express. I can also accept Venmo or Zelle.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Massachusetts
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United States Bankruptcy Court
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United States District Court, District of Massachusetts
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Languages
  • English
Professional Experience
Owner
Law Office of Patrick J. Murphy
- Current
Education
New England Law | Boston
J.D. (1994)
Honors: Cum Laude
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University of Massachusettes
B.A. (1990)
Honors: Dean's List
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Awards
Client's Choice Award
Avvo
Professional Associations
National Rifle Association (N.R.A.)
Member
- Current
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Suffolk Lawyers for Justice
Member
- Current
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Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys
Member
- Current
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Massachusetts Bar Association
Member
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Commonwealth v. Demetrius Phifer
Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts
Commonwealth v. John Dibennedetto
Supreme Judical Court of Massachusetts
Speaking Engagements
Firearm Training, Basic Firearm Instruction for Attorneys
2013
Websites & Blogs
Website
Patrick J. Murphy's Website Profile
Website
Law Office of Patrick J. Murphy's Website
Blog
Boston Criminal Defense Lawyer Blog
Legal Answers
8 Questions Answered
Q. Have been issued with a capias in boston mass. living outside the us but returning nxt week. should i get a lawyer?
A: The short answer is yes. A capias is an arrest warrant issued by a judge on a court case. It is advisable to sit down with a lawyer to discuss all the facts concerning the underlying court case to determine if legal representation is warranted under the circumstances. The lawyer will be able to contact the court to arrange for you to turn yourself in to avoid the possibility of being taken into custody by the police or a constable. You may have been a witness in a case where you received a summons to appear in court but did not go. You may have been a party to a case and the judge could have ordered you to do something and you failed to do so. There are many reasons for the issuance of a capias. Call a lawyer today.
Q. How does an inmate get released to attend a court hearing
A: The inmate or his lawyer must contact the BMC and ask that a habe issue to the Billerica HOC so that he may attend the hearing date.
Q. How can i modify a restraing order?
A: The person that filed the request for the original restraining order may go to the court that issued the order and request that the judge modify it. Notice must be given to the other party unless their is an emergency. Even if you did not file the original request and had the order issued against you, you can still go to court and ask that it me modified upon giving notice to the other party.
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Contact & Map
Law Office of Patrick J. Murphy
90 Canal St
4th Floor
Boston, MA 02114
Telephone: (617) 367-0450
Fax: (781) 523-5454