If you are a resident of Amesbury, you need to find an aggressive criminal defense attorney who is familiar with the Newburyport court system. Newburyport District Court serves the Amesbury community and several other communities in Essex County . Kristen Bonavita is a criminal defense lawyer with years of experience as both a former prosecutor for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office and the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General. You can trust her experience and expertise within the legal system to protect your freedom and rights. She has a track record of success in representing clients who have been charged with larceny or theft crimes, drunk driving (OUI), also known as DUI, aggravated assault, restraining orders, clerk’s hearings, assault and battery, domestic assaults (violence), drug charges and many others. Amesbury Criminal Defense Lawyer Kristen Bonavita maintains an office in Newburyport, MA for the convenience of her clients. Call Attorney Kristen F. Bonavita right now at 978-376-6746 or click here – bonavitalawoffice to send an email.
Amesbury is a city with more than 16,000 residents that is located in Essex County, Massachusetts. Settled in 1655, the city was once part of Salisbury. It is drained by the Powow River. Powow Hill, elevation 332 feet (98 m), is the highest point in town. The city is the second northern-most town in Massachusetts, its northernmost point coming just south of the northernmost point of the state, in Salisbury. Amesbury lies along the northern banks of the Merrimack River, and is bordered by Salisbury to the east, Newburyport to the southeast, West Newbury to the southwest, Merrimac to the west, a small portion of Newton, New Hampshire to the northwest, and South Hampton, New Hampshire to the north. Haverhill is the sister city of Amesbury. The city is the home to many historic societies, museums and notable old homes.
Amesbury is served by two interstate highways. Interstate 495 runs from west to east through town, ending just over the Salisbury Town Line. It has two exits in town, Exit 54 at Massachusetts Route 150 and Exit 55 at Massachusetts Route 110, which also provides the town’s only access to Interstate 95 at Exit 58. I-95 crosses the southeast corner of town, entering along the John Greenleaf Whittier Memorial Bridge, a steel through truss bridge crossing the Merrimack River.
Amesbury is served by Newburyport District Court located at 188 State St., Route 1 Traffic Circle, Newburyport, MA 01950-6637.Call Amesbury Criminal Defense Attorney Kristen F. Bonavita right now at 978-376-6746
Directions from Amesbury, Massachusetts to Attorney Kristen Bonavita’s Office at 11A Liberty Street, Newburyport Massachusetts.