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Alexander Conley

Alexander Conley

Aprodu | Conley
  • DUI & DWI, Criminal Law, Appeals & Appellate
  • Massachusetts
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Attorney Alexander Conley is an experienced criminal defense and OUI attorney, representing clients throughout Massachusetts. Attorney Conley represents clients charged with crimes throughout Massachusetts, including assault crimes, drug crimes, OUI offenses, sex crimes, property crimes, and theft crimes. Attorney Conley also represents clients in criminal appeals in front of the Massachusetts Appeals Court and the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.

Attorney Conley graduated manga cum laude from New England Law | Boston. During law school, Attorney Conley worked for a judge in Boston, as well for the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.

Attorney Conley grew up in North Carolina, where he graduated magna cum laude from the University of North Carolina - Wilmington.

New England Law | Boston
J.D. (2017)
Honors: Magna cum laude
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University of North Carolina - Wilmington
B.A. (2014) | History and Political Science
Honors: Magna cum laude
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Professional Experience
Aprodu | Conley
- Current
Founding Partner and Principal Criminal Defense Attorney
Coughlin Law Group
- Current
Professional Associations
State Bar of Massachusetts  # 698494
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers
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Practice Areas
Criminal Law
Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
Appeals & Appellate
Civil Appeals, Federal Appeals
  • American Sign Language: Spoken
  • English: Spoken, Written
Legal Answers
Q. A no contact/stay away Order has been placed on me but I meet my sons father for drop off/pick ups. What should I do?
A: I am assuming that either you were ordered to have no contact and stay away from your son’s father as a condition of your release related to an open criminal case, or there is a restraining order in place. If it is a condition of release, violating could lead to being placed into custody while the case is pending. If it is a restraining order, a violation of that order is a crime itself.

If the order is a condition of your release, you should bring this to the attention of your attorney, who can request that the Court amend the conditions to allow you to do drop-offs. The judge has nearly unlimited discretion in fashioning the conditions of your release.

If it is a restraining order, you and the plaintiff (your son’s father) can ask the Court to amend the order. ... Read More
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Aprodu | Conley, PLLC
153 Andover St
Suite 205
Danvers, MA 01923
Telephone: (978) 406-9090