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The Law Offices of Timothy M. Burke is a full service law firm which has been providing outstanding results for its clients for over 25 years.

Conveniently located next to Rt. 128 in Needham, MA, The Law Offices of Timothy M. Burke prides itself on excellence. Our firm has a proven track record of positive outcomes and an established history of client satisfaction. We have amassed significant legal experience through our practice in the Massachusetts Trial Courts, Appellate Courts, and Federal Courts, as well as in collective bargaining, arbitrations, and other alternative dispute resolution. As a result, our attorneys are frequently sought by the news media for their insight and expert opinions. The Law Offices of Timothy M. Burke is devoted to working with its clients on a personal level, designing legal strategies and solutions specifically tailored to achieve the client's objectives.

The Law Offices of Timothy M. Burke has successfully represented clients in a broad range of legal areas, including Civil Rights Defense, Criminal Defense, Divorce, Employment Discrimination, Labor Union Representation, Motor Vehicle/Registry, and Personal Injur, and Real Estate. Our reputation as excellent litigators stems from a legal team that consists of a former prosecutor, experienced civil trial and criminal defense attorneys, and leaders in the areas of labor union representation, employment law, and registry matters.

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December 11, 2019 | Aviva Luttrell |
Two former Massachusetts State Police troopers accused of taking free guns from a prospective vendor and weapons from the state police armory were arraigned on the charges in East Brookfield District Court.
May 09, 2018 | Bob Dunn | Berkshire Eagle
Dale Eason disqualified himself from being a police officer when he falsified information on a report, an attorney representing the Pittsfield Police Department argued before the state's highest court.

But his attorney contended other officers have not been held to the same standard, and that an arbiter's ruling that he be reinstated should stand.

The Supreme Judicial Court heard arguments Monday over the city's effort to block the arbiter's ruling, which called for Eason to be reinstated following a three-day suspension for falsifying a police report.