If you are facing charges stemming from an incident in Salisbury, Massachusetts, you are likely scheduled to report to the Newburyport District Court. The Newburyport District Courthouse is located on 188 State Road in Newburyport. The Court handles cases from arrests made in towns of Amesbury, Merrimac, Newbury, Newburyport, Rowley, Salisbury and West Newbury.
If you are a resident of Salisbury or one of it’s surrounding towns, you need to find an aggressive criminal defense attorney who is familiar with the Newburyport District Court. Kristen Bonavita is a criminal defense lawyer with years of experience, including working as a former prosecutor. 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 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. Newburyport Criminal Defense Lawyer Kristen Bonavita maintains an office in Newburyport, MA for the convenience of her clients. Call Kristen F. Bonavita right now at 978-376-6746 or click here to send an email.
Salisbury is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. The town has a total area of 17.9 square miles and, as of 2000, a population of 7,827. The community is a popular summer resort beach town situated on the Atlantic Ocean north of Boston on the New Hampshire border. Some of the attractions that draw visitors to Salisbury, Massachusetts are Salisbury Beach State Reservation, Rings Island, Blue Ocean Music Hall, Joe’s Playland, Ann’s Diner, Allen Rock and Badgers Rock.
Salisbury is the northernmost town in Massachusetts, with its northwest corner bordering New Hampshire. Lying along the northern banks of the Merrimack River at its mouth, the town is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Merrimack River and Newburyport to the south, Amesbury to the west, and Seabrook, New Hampshire to the north. The town is home to a state reservation, Salisbury Beach State Reservation, which includes the entire seacoast and a small portion inland, as well as the Ram Island and Carr Island State Wildlife Management Areas, the two islands lying in the middle of the Merrimack (along with Eagle Island, which is not protected). Much of the town is covered by marshes, especially in the eastern part of town. Several brooks and creeks run through town as well. The town contains three villages, Salisbury Beach, Salisbury Plains (in the northwest corner of town) and Browns Point (between Salisbury Beach and the center of town).
The town lies along the northern end of U.S. Route 1 in Massachusetts. It enters the town via the Newburyport Turnpike Bridge and heads in a roughly “S”-shaped route through the center of town to the New Hampshire border. Prior to the erection of the bridge, the road south of the town center was east of its current location, leading along Ferry Road to a ferry landing, which connected the town to Newburyport. The town also constitutes the northern termini of Interstate 95 in Massachusetts, and of Interstate 495, which lies just one-quarter mile into the town at I-95 Exit 59. Exit 60 gives access to both Route 1 and Massachusetts/New Hampshire Route 286, which provides access to the beaches. The eastern terminus of Massachusetts Route 110 is in Salisbury (at Route 1), and accesses I-95 at Exit 58, just over the Amesbury town line.