Attorney Narris successfully defended Pedro Hernandez in the Commonwealth v. Pedro Hernandez. Mr. Hernandez was wrongfully accused of being a drug trafficker, and was facing eight years in State Prison. This was a case of mistaken identity. After a three day jury trial in Worcester Superior Court a jury found that Mr. Hernandez was not guilty of the allegations.
The Narris Law Office is proud to welcome Attorney Angela Cavanaugh to the Firm. Attorney Cavanaugh is a graduate of Assumption College and Suffolk University Law School. Attorney Cavanaugh will be a great addition to our Family law and Criminal litigation practice, as well as our Wills and Trusts practice.
Attorney Ann Narris will be accepting a position in the Training Unit for the Committee for Public Counsel Services. In her new position, Attorney Narris will be training publicly appointed Children and Family Law attorney throughout the Commonwealth. Although our firm will miss Ann's exceptional work and dedication to our clients, we are proud that she will be ensuring that parents and caregivers throughout Massachusetts will have appointed attorneys that have been instructed by such a caring, competent and excellent attorney.
ATTORNEY ADAM NARRIS WINS ARMED ROBBERY JURY TRIAL:
AVOIDS A POSSIBLE SENTENCE OF LIFE IN PRISON
On November 10, 2015, after a two day jury trial in Worcester Superior Court, Attorney Adam Narris won the case of Commonwealth v. Kofi Badu. Mr. Badu had been wrongfully indicted based on a faulty eyewitness identification. Based on that identification, Mr. Badu stood trial for armed robbery, and faced a potential sentence of life in prison. Utilizing persuasive argument, based on new science regarding eyewitness testimony, and aggressively attacking the police detectives' sloppy investigation, Attorney Narris was able to secure an acquittal.
Mediator Ann Narris
Attorney Ann Narris is now a member of the Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation.
The Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation is a non-profit organization established over twenty-five years ago by family mediators interested in sharing knowledge and setting guidelines for family mediation. It is the oldest professional organization in Massachusetts dedicated to family mediation.
Congratulation to Attorney Adam Narris for securing a not guilty verdict in the matter of Commonwealth v. Ali in the Worcester Superior Court on January 6, 2015. This was a hard fought victory in a case where the client was clearly innocent of the charges.
On July 25, 2014 Attorney Adam Narris won the trial of Commonwealth v. Kirk in the Worcester Superior Court. The defendant had been wrongfully indicted for Masked Armed Robbery and faced a sentence of five years to life in State Prison. After two jury trials the client was found not guilty and went home to his family.
On October 18, 2014 Ann Narris will be giving a lecture at the Annual Academy of Professional Family Mediators in San Diego California. The lecture is entitled Open Adoption: Creative Solutions for the Adopted Child, and will focus of the art of crafting open adoption agreements. Attorney Narris has years of experience crafting these agreements and knows the pitfalls and difficulties in trying to negotiate a reasonable agreement in such high emotion situations. She looks forward to presenting her ideas and expertise to the APFM.
We hope to have a full video post of the lecture once the conference is complete.
On February 12, 2014, Attorney Adam Narris won a jury trial in the Worcester Superior Court. The client was charged with Armed Robbery. If convicted he faced a possible life sentence. After two days of trial, the client was acquitted and left the Courthouse with his family.