With a law firm located in Medford, Massachusetts, defense attorney William Barabino has the experience necessary to successfully represent clients in a broad range of criminal defense matters, from driving offenses to drug charges.
The key to success in the courtroom is often thorough preparation. Motivated by a passion for justice, Mr. Barabino dedicates hours to thorough preparation that protects his clients' freedom. He researches legal issues, investigates facts and considers arguments. The result? He creates a strong defense that challenges prosecutors at every step of the way — excluding evidence from trial and forcing them to prove each element of a crime beyond a reasonable doubt.
Boston criminal defense attorney William Barabino has been a staple in the legal community for several years. He has the experience, skill and ability to ensure that you obtain the best results possible. Whether you are charged with a single misdemeanor offense in the District Court or a lifetime felony offense in Superior Court, he is ready to fight for every right that you deserve - and he is with you every step of the way. You can be confident you will have a lawyer that has represented individuals charged with offenses ranging from Homicide, OUI/DWI/DUI, License Suspensions, Juvenile Offenses, Domestic Assault and Battery, Drug Possession, Firearms Charges, Domestic Restraining Orders, Probation Violation, Sex Crimes as well as a range of other offenses.
William is well known for his trial advocacy. He has served two Governors as a member of the Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee (JJAC). The JJAC, along with other experts, give the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety input in developing a statewide plan for identifying and offering guidance on matters relating to delinquency prevention and overall child well-being.
Attorney Barabino has been named a "Massachusetts Rising Star" by the publishers of Boston Magazine and Law and Politics Magazine in 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008. The distinction, awarded to less than five (5%) percent of all Massachusetts lawyers, was based on ballots cast by Massachusetts attorneys, asking them to identify the best lawyers, under the age of 40, whom they had personally observed in action.
Attorney Barabino has also served as a Director for Justinian Society of Massachusetts. The Justinian Law Society was founded in 1943 as the Massachusetts Italian Bar Association the Society offers a wide range of educational programs, an active scholarship program for promising law students, and a popular series of social events.
William is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, The U.S. District Court, The U.S. Appeals Court, The U.S. Supreme Court, and The Veteran Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and the U. S. Department of Defense for Military Commissions.
If you are facing criminal charges or are currently under investigation, contact criminal defense attorney William Barabino by calling his Medford, Massachusetts, law office at 781-393-5900 or his mobile phone at 781-775-7024.