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Andrew R. Stacey, Esq.

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Andrew R. Stacey
5 Star Reviews

“I hired Andrew back in 2015 for a criminal case that was completely dismissed! I got caught up in some trouble again in 2018 and was charged with 2 counts of drug trafficking. It was a very stressful and difficult situation but he kept me...”

Bladis


“If you have a tricky situation and you want to speak to an attorney who will listen and provide answers and feedback, then you want to contact Attorney Stacey...”

Christine


5 Star Reviews

"I've had the pleasure of knowing Attorney Stacey for a number of years, and I've witnessed his commitment to his clients first-hand. He consistently obtains excellent results for those whom he represents, and his reputation for excellent representation is well-deserved..."

Jonathan E., Criminal Defense Attorney


"Any client facing criminal charges would be in good hands with Attorney Stacey. He has zealously advocated for his clients throughout Massachusetts his entire career. He is both knowledgeable and passionate about criminal law and I would highly recommend him."

Meghan H.


4 Endorsments

Associations

  • Norfolk County Bar Association Member (2015 - Present)
  • Massachusetts Bar Association Member (2014 - Present)
  • American Bar Association Member (2013 - Present)

Education

  • Suffolk University Law School JD - Juris Doctor (2014)

Awards

  • Pro Bono Honors Suffolk University Law School (2014)

What Makes Andrew R. Stacey Uniquely Qualified To Represent You?

I graduated Suffolk University Law School in 2014 with Pro Bono Honors. During law school I interned for the First Justice of the Orleans District Court. I then went on to intern with the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office in the Major Felonies Division, working on matters of armed robbery and murder. I transitioned to working as a student prosecutor under Rule 3:03 in the Charlestown Division of the Boston Municipal Court. There I began litigating discovery motions, motions to dismiss and evidentiary motions to suppress, handling every type of case in the district court. At the same time, I was teaching Constitutional Law to inner-city, high school seniors as part of the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project. Wanting a more well-rounded view of the criminal justice system, I joined the Suffolk Defenders clinic, representing indigent clients in the Boston Municipal Court accused of misdemeanor and concurrent felony charges.

Following graduation I joined the Law Office of Russell Matson, P.C. in Braintree, MA that exclusively represented private clients in criminal defense matters. I was the first associate hired and helped grow the firm to include five attorneys, becoming the lead associate. At this firm, I represented clients across Massachusetts, appearing in every district court in the Commonwealth. My cases ranged from pre-arraignment matters to bench and jury trials, consisting of violent crimes, drug crimes, OUIs, weapons charges and sex crimes.

In 2017, I left the Law Office of Russell Matson and joined two other attorneys to found Equitas Law, LLP in Brookline, MA. My reputation for quality representation developed a book of happy, repeat clientele, and I expanded my practice to include other areas such as landlord-tenant disputes, family law, and property law while still maintaining a focus in criminal defense. I continued to offer a high quality service to clients facing charges in district court and superior court cases. I am proud to say I have been trusted by nurses, veterans, firefighters, law enforcement, and even other attorneys when their liberty was on the line and quality representation matters most.

In 2019 I got married and made the decision to leave my firm, joining my wife in Washington, D.C. as she pursued an opportunity to work in Congress. While living in DC, I performed contract work for the Department of Justice, Civil Division, Frauds Unit working on multi-billion dollar medicare fraud cases. I also contracted for the trial unit of the Securities and Exchange Commission in the Enforcement Division, providing aid on a number of cases.

Work Experience:

  • Owner Solo Practitioner (2019 – Present)
  • Partner Equitas Law, LLP (2017 – 2019)
  • Lead Associate The Law Office of Russell J. Matson, P.C. (2015 – 2017)

“I hired Andrew back in 2015 for a criminal case that was completely dismissed! I got caught up in some trouble again in 2018 and was charged with 2 counts of drug trafficking. It was a very stressful and difficult situation but he kept me...”

Bladis


“If you have a tricky situation and you want to speak to an attorney who will listen and provide answers and feedback, then you want to contact Attorney Stacey...”

Christine


5 Star Reviews

"I've had the pleasure of knowing Attorney Stacey for a number of years, and I've witnessed his commitment to his clients first-hand. He consistently obtains excellent results for those whom he represents, and his reputation for excellent representation is well-deserved..."

Jonathan E., Criminal Defense Attorney


"Any client facing criminal charges would be in good hands with Attorney Stacey. He has zealously advocated for his clients throughout Massachusetts his entire career. He is both knowledgeable and passionate about criminal law and I would highly recommend him."

Meghan H.


4 Endorsments

Associations

  • Norfolk County Bar Association Member (2015 - Present)
  • Massachusetts Bar Association Member (2014 - Present)
  • American Bar Association Member (2013 - Present)

Education

  • Suffolk University Law School JD - Juris Doctor (2014)

Awards

  • Pro Bono Honors Suffolk University Law School (2014)

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