A native of St. Louis, Mr. Fernandez graduated from Boston College and Washington University Law School. Mr. Fernandez has been admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Illinois, Missouri, and in the United States District Court of Massachusetts. He previously worked as a District Attorney in the City of St. Louis before entering private practice. His Firm concentrates on criminal defense, personal injury, medical malpractice, and immigration and naturalization cases. Mr. Fernandez has been lead counsel on numerous trials with experience in both the State and Federal Courts. He is fluent in Spanish and enjoys serving the Latin community.
Mr. Fernandez’s criminal experience is extensive with a very wide area of practice covering criminal charges in State District Courts throughout all of Massachusetts, State Superior Court, and the US federal court. We can handle any type of matter whether it’s a small criminal violation or large federal drug conspiracy. Attorney Frank Fernandez is a criminal lawyer in Boston who has over 21 years of experience handling major criminal matters throughout all of Massachusetts. The practice areas listed here are just an example of the types of cases he handles.
A former prosecutor, Mr. Fernandez is now a criminal lawyer in Boston dedicated to helping those charged with crimes in both state and federal court throughout all of Massachusetts. Mr. Fernandez has helped college students from all over Massachusetts who face criminal charges. University students with criminal charges ranging from drug possession to sexual assault have received excellent results in their criminal matters. It is vital to try and keep a student’s criminal record clean so that it will not affect the rest of their lives when applying for graduate school or employment. A conviction on a criminal case can cause a student to miss out on employment and graduate school opportunities. It is important that these matters are handled in a way which protects a student’s future.
A: After an arrest for assault and battery a defendant appears in court the next day and may face a restraining order hearing. A judge has the power to order that the defendant remain out of the home and away from the children and spouse for up to one year.
We are a full-service law firm that successfully represents clients throughout all of Massachusetts in matters from criminal defense to personal injury.