I began this career as a clerk for the Supreme Judicial Court before law school and worked my way nights through law school later taking a staff attorney position for the Public Defender's Office in Hampden and later Plymouth County. In that office I learned to zealously defend my clients constitutional rights and freedoms, in the process representing individuals accused of some of the most serious felony crimes. In my close to 12 years as an attorney I have handled every criminal case the in the Commonwealth, inlcuding homicide cases. I have tried to a jury more than 40 cases and more than 30 before a jury in Superior Court.
I bring to my practice a wealth of expereince in the Massachusetts court system and a zealous approach to each and every case, and every client.
|Managing Partner||Brian A. Kelley, Attorney at Law||2012 - Present|
|Staff Attorney||Committee For Public Counsel Services||2004 - 2012|
|Attorney||Arruda & Beaudoin||2002 - 2004|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||Member||2012 - Present|
|Commonwealth v RJ||Not guilty|
|Commonwealth v EH||Not guilty|
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|Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE)||Top 25 Cases Every Criminal Lawyer Should Know||2015|
|New England Law Boston||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2002|
|Northeastern University||Criminal Justice||BS - Bachelor of Science||1994|
|Prosecuting and Defending Homicide Cases||Common evidentiary issues in trying homicide cases||2013|
|Pilgrim Bar Advocates Annual Training Conference||Social Media and the Law||2010|