Brockton Criminal Defense Lawyer

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Attorney Noonan is a former prosecutor that has tried hundreds of DUI cases. As an assistant district attorney he learned how to prosecute OUI/DUI cases. As such, he is in the position to anticipate the prosecution’s case and plan accordingly. He is a Brockton drunk driving lawyer that also has 30 years of criminal defense trial experience. If you need a DUI defense lawyer in Brockton give attorney Noonan and the Brockton criminal defense attorneys at The a call to schedule your free, no-obligation legal consultation.

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Attorney Gerald Noonan is a Brockton criminal defense lawyer that has handled thousands of criminal cases. As a Brockton criminal defense lawyer he has tried violent crimes including assault and battery, home invasion, major drug possession, distribution and trafficking cases, sex crimes, indecent assault and battery, robbery, burglary, and larceny theft crimes for which Attorney Noonan has consistently returned favorable judgments on behalf of his clients.

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If you are being accused of or have been arrested OUI/DUI/Drunk driving, armed burglary, aggravated armed robbery, aggravated assault and battery, manslaughter or any type of drug crime or sex crime contact us via email or call our Brockton Criminal lawyers today at (508) 584-6955 to schedule your free no-obligation consultation. Our Brockton office is located less than 5 miles from the Brockton courthouse.

Brockton, MA Crime Statistics

According to the FBI Uniform Crime Rate database Brockton has the following in a given year 5-10 Murders, 700-850 Aggravated Assaults, 20-40 Arsons, 700 Burglaries, 50 Forcible Rapes, 2,000-2,200 Larceny Thefts, 400-700 Motor Vehicle Thefts, and 200-250 Robberies. Because of all of this Brockton has come to be one of the top five busiest court’s in the state of Massachusetts.

Brockton District Court services the following communities:

  • Brockton
  • Abington
  • Bridgewater
  • West Bridgewater
  • East Bridgewater
  • Whitman

About Brockton, MA

Brockton is a city in Plymouth County, Massachusetts located approximately 20 miles south of Boston. According to the United States Census Bureau Brockton has a population of 94,191 making it the sixth largest city in the state. The city is known as the “City of Champions” due to the boxing success of native heavy weight boxing champion Rocky Marciano and middle weight champ Marvelous Marvin Hagler. In 1883 Thomas Edison flipped a switch in Brockton Massachusetts to activate the world’s first subterranean electrical grid. The year after in 1884 Brockton became the first city of town to operate an electronically wired fire station.

Brockton is one of the main cities in Plymouth County due of its geographical placement, large diversified population and rich cultural history. Brockton also has some 180 police officers and who have handled over 128,000 calls since the late 1990’s. As a result, Plymouth County houses its criminal superior court in Brockton. Brockton also has a district court which handles criminal arraignments, criminal trials, and criminal clerks hearing (also known as clerk magistrates hearing or a show cause hearing).

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Map of Brockton, Massachusetts

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