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Benjamin Tucker

Benjamin Tucker

Criminal Defense and DUI / DWI Lawyer
Nichols & Tucker, P.A.
Portland, ME
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About Benjamin Tucker

Attorney Biography

As a criminal defense lawyer, Ben represents adults and juveniles in a wide variety of cases from criminal to OUI to serious felonies. He negotiates effectively on behalf of his clients, and when necessary, defended clients in trials He is highly regarded by his defense bar colleagues, judges, and prosecutors alike. 

Ben graduated from Georgetown University, and later the University of Maine School of Law, where he served on the Law Review and graduated in the top ten of the Class of 2009.  During law school, he published an article about Maine’s Freedom of Information law in: “Taking Notes in School (Committee): Cyr v. MadawaskaBlethen v. Portland School Committee, and the Public’s Right to Know,” 61 Me. L. Rev. 265 (2009).

He has also served on the Town Council and School Board of his hometown Brunswick, where he lives with his wife and two daughters and is trying to turn them into Hoyas fans.

Practice Areas

Criminal Defense (20%)
Personal Injury (20%)
Medical Malpractice (20%)
Wrongful Death (20%)
DUI / DWI (20%)

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Bar Licenses

Maine State Bar
Member in Good Standing


University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
Juris Doctor

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Benjamin Tucker
Nichols & Tucker, P.A.
1250 Forest Ave. Suite 10
Portland, ME 4103
Office: 207-879-4000

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