Attorney Angela Cavanaugh is a Assumption College and Suffolk Law graduate. She joined the Narris Law Office in January of 2017. She represents clients in the Firm's Family law and Criminal litigation practice, as well as the Wills and Trusts practice.
While attending Suffolk Law, Attorney Cavanaugh was a student trial attorney, working with the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office. After law school, Attorney Cavanaugh has worked as a defense attorney, defending clients against wrongful convictions, prosecutorial misconduct and other criminal law matters. She has successfully litigated OUI matters in the Worcester County courts.
Attorney Cavanaugh has the training and experience to aggressively protect clients and families in the Probate and Family Courts as well as the Juvenile Courts.
Attorney Cavanaugh is experienced in drafting Wills and Trusts.
Attorney Adam Narris has been practicing trial attorney for over ten years. He has tried cases in the District Courts, Superior Courts and Family Law Courts. He also has extensive experience in the Massachusetts Appellate Courts. Attorney Narris has represented clients in both Criminal and Civil matters.
As a criminal defense attorney, Attorney Narris has secured Not Guilty verdicts in cases ranging from simple OUIs to complex life felonies. Attorney Narris is CPCS certified to accept Murder/Homicide cases.Attorney Narris has the knowledge and experience to evaluate a case and determine what are the options for clients. There are many pitfalls and collateral consequences involved in a criminal case, other than loss of freedom, that require a knowledgeable experienced attorney who can anticipate and properly address the issues.
Attorney Narris represents clients in Family Law cases, including issues of divorce, paternity, child support and restraining orders. Attorney Narris represents clients in Civil cases including Personal Injury.
Attorney Narris is an experienced appellate attorney. Appellate advocacy is a complicated and specialized practice that requires an experienced appellate attorney. Please visit the Supreme Judicial Court and Appeals Court public information website at http://ma-appellatecourts.org/search.phpto view attorney Narris's appellate case list. Please note that this list only includes State Appellate Court cases. It does not include attorney Narris's Federal and Trial Court level appellate cases, such as habeas corpus petitions, motions for new trial, plea withdrawals, sentence appeals or motions to revise and revoke sentences.
As of March 21, 2016, Attorney Ann Narris Left the Firm after accepting a position in the Training Unit of the Committee for Public Counsel Services. In her new position, Attorney Narris will be training attorneys throughout the Commonwealth in defending clients' rights in CAFL/DCF child welfare cases.