Urbelis Law, LLC
Urbelis Law, LLC is a criminal defense firm fighting for the rights of those accused of crimes in the Boston area. Headed by attorney Benjamin P. Urbelis, the firm represents clients facing drunk driving charges, felonies, misdemeanor, and serious criminal accusations. Attorney Urbelis is available to speak with clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for a free legal consultation.
The law firm focuses on representing drivers accused of Operating Under the Influence (OUI/DUI/DWI) and driving while drunk or impaired. Penalties for a Massachusetts OUI conviction can be serious, including driver's license suspension, fines, jail, and possible imposition of an ignition interlock device.
During law school at Suffolk University Law School, Attorney Urbelis worked as a student-prosecutor in the Norfolk County District Attorney's office. He remains actively involved in the Boston community, working with youth organizations and schools. He is an attorney-coach for Central Catholic High School's mock trial team in Lawrence, and also serves on the school's Alumni Board of Advisors. Attorney Urbelis is a member of the Massachusetts Bar and American Bar Associations, Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
- Marijuana possession in Massachusetts: What is now legal, and what remains illegal
16 December 2016
- URBELIS LAW REACHES SETTLEMENT WITH CHELSEA POLICE OFFICERS ON BEHALF OF CLIENT
13 October 2016
- Urbelis Law Picked Top 20 Best DUI Lawyers in Boston
8 June 2016
- Massachusetts Court of Appeals Warns Vigilance When Charging Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana
19 May 2016
- Stun Guns Will Have the Same Second Amendment Protections as Firearms in Massachusetts
31 March 2016
- New Massachusetts “Designer” Drug Law Could Create Confusion
14 August 2015
- 2015 Case Results at Urbelis Law
10 July 2015
- Massachusetts Judge Changes Mind on Evidence in Aaron Hernandez’s Criminal Trial
23 February 2015
- Aaron Hernandez Trial, Part 2: Prosecution begins its Case
2 February 2015