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Joseph Keegan

617-472-1653
Joseph  Keegan
Keegan Law
60 State St 7th Floor
Boston, MA 02109
www.criminaldefenselawyerbostonma.com
Phone: 617-472-1653

About Joseph Keegan

Attorney Joseph Keegan is a seasoned, respected, and aggressive trial attorney in Boston, MA, with over 8 years of trial experience. Before working as a criminal defense lawyer, Joseph Keegan was a law enforcement officer for more than a decade. Armed with this knowledge, he knows how police officers are supposed to react to a variety of situations and how to exploit them when they deviate from De... read more »

Biography

Attorney Joseph Keegan is a seasoned, respected, and aggressive trial attorney in Boston, MA, with over 8 years of trial experience.

Before working as a criminal defense lawyer, Joseph Keegan was a law enforcement officer for more than a decade.

Armed with this knowledge, he knows how police officers are supposed to react to a variety of situations and how to exploit them when they deviate from Department standards.

After graduating from the Boston Police Academy in 1994, Attorney Keegan received the same training that nearly any police officer in the state has received.

This diverse background gives Attorney Keegan’s clients a unique advantage over the prosecution; as he is well versed in both law enforcement protocols, as well as trial preparation and procedures.

Whether it be felony cases, DUI, drug charges, sexual assault, murder, burglary, robbery, or a host of other criminal charges; Attorney Keegan is prepared to provide you with the results you expect and deserve.

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Joseph Keegan -
Keegan Law
60 State St 7th Floor
Boston, MA 02109
www.criminaldefenselawyerbostonma.com
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  • Office: 617-472-1653

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
Criminal DefenseP1100.00%

Credentials

Bar Licenses

State Status Year Acquired
Massachusetts Member in Good Standing 2003

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