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Andover Criminal Defense Lawyer

Massachusetts Criminal Defense Attorney

As a former prosecutor, Linda Cummings spent more than eight years developing her trial skills.  Because she served with the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office as well as with several other state prosecution agencies in Massachusetts, she is highly qualified to represent your interests in criminal matters, including:

  • White collar crime
  • Drug offenses
  • Narcotics possession
  • Drug trafficking
  • Theft
  • Juvenile offenses
  • Domestic violence
  • Assault
  • Sexual assault
  • Homicide

She offers legal counsel to clients in Andover, North Andover, Middleton, Lawrence, Methuen and North Reading, Massachusetts, and throughout Essex, Middlesex, and Suffolk counties.

During her eight-plus years as a prosecutor, Linda Cummings oversaw hundreds of complex investigations and their resulting prosecutions. Attorney Cummings understands the inner workings of the state's law enforcement and prosecution agencies and has familiarity with clerks, judges and prosecuting attorneys throughout Massachusetts. Her experience as a former prosecutor makes her a highly qualified courtroom advocate who can assist you in obtaining the best possible result.

Attorney Cummings will thoroughly assess your case, explore all possible avenues of defense, and vigorously defend you in court. She offers after-hours appointments when necessary. If you have been accused of a crime, please contact Attorney Cummings in Andover, Massachusetts, today.

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Law Offices of Linda Nutting Cummings
23 Main Street
Andover, MA 01810
Phone: 978-470-3535
Fax: 978-470-3585
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