If you are a resident of Essex, you need to find an aggressive criminal defense attorney who is familiar with the Gloucester District Court located at 197 Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930 serving Essex, Gloucester, Rockport and Essex County . Kristen Bonavita is a criminal defense lawyer with years of experience, including working as a former prosecutor. You can trust her experience and expertise with the legal system to protect your freedom and rights. She has a track record of success in representing clients who have been charged with drug crimes, drunk driving (OUI), also known as DUI, aggravated assault, restraining orders, clerk’s hearings,sex crimes, assault and battery, domestic assaults (violence), drug charges and many others. Attorney Bonavita maintains an office in Newburyport, MA for the convenience of her clients. Call Essex Criminal Defense Attorney Kristen F. Bonavita right now at 978-376-6746 or click here – bonavitalawoffice to send an email.
Essex, Massachusetts has a population of 3,267 people over a total area of 15.9 square miles. The town does not have any direct access to Ipswich Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, with Essex Bay providing access through the northeast corner of town (the eastern half of the bay lies within Ipswich and Gloucester, with all of the outlet nominally belonging to Gloucester). The central part of the town lies on marsh land that surrounds the Essex River. Essex River feeds Essex Bay, along with Castle Neck River (which provides most of the town’s border with Ipswich) and several creeks, including Walker Creek, Hardys Creek and Soginese Creek. The land that makes up the limits of the town is close to sea level, with a few low hills dotting the landscape. Chebacco Lake and the surrounding wetlands make up most of the southwestern part of the town. The town’s population has increased at a sustainable rate over the last quarter century, so it still maintains a certain rural quality with abundant forested areas, wet lands and open spaces. There are several protected areas within town, including the Allyn-Cox Reservation, a portion of Crane Wildlife Refuge, the Starvos Reservation and the state Wildlife Management Area. The Crane Wildlife Refuge covers several of the islands in Essex Bay, including Choate Island.
Essex borders Hamilton to the west, Manchester-by-the-Sea to the south, Gloucester to the east, and Ipswich to the north. The town is located northeast of Salem and 33 miles northeast of Boston. Though not accessible directly by a major highway, Route 128 clips the corner of town, with exits located in neighboring Manchester-by-the-Sea and Gloucester. Route 133 passes from northwest to southeast through town, and the eastern end of Route 22 is at Route 133 in the center of town. The Ipswich Essex Explorer bus provides weekend service during the summer connecting with the MBTA Commuter Rail at Ipswich along the Newburyport/Rockport Line, as well as providing service to Crane Beach and other nearby attractions. The Rockport portion of the commuter rail line passes through neighboring Manchester-by-the-Sea and Gloucester.
Some points of interest in Essex, Massachusetts are Choate House, Craine Wildlife Refuge, A Bell cast by Paul Revere which hangs in the befry of the First Congregational Church on Main Street, Stavros Reservation, Woodman’s, Essex Shipbuilding Museum, Town Hall, Cox Reservation, and Conomo Point.
If you need any crimimal lawyer who is familiar with both the system and Essex, Massachusetts. Contact Criminal Defense Attorney Kristen Bonavita at (978) 376-6746 for a free consultation.
Directions from Essex, Massachusetts to Attorney Kristen Bonavita’s Office at 11A Liberty Street, Newburyport Massachusetts.
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