Attorney Edward Harrington is a former assistant district attorneys who has extensive criminal and civil trial experience. We specialize in criminal defense and we also handle civil trials. We also represent several railroads in the defense of personal injury claims and claims brought under the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA). We represent a wide range of individuals and businesses in all Massachusetts state trial and appellate courts as well as in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. We would welcome the opportunity to talk with you and to discuss how we may be of service.


  • Criminal Law
  • Traffic Law DUI/DWI


Former Suffolk County (Boston) Assistant District Attorney, and former Assistant General Counsel to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) concentrating his practice on criminal and civil litigation matters. A 1987 graduate of Providence College and 1991 graduate of Suffolk Law School (Boston, Massachusetts).

Practice consists of defending individuals on all District Court criminal matters in all the District Courts of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and defending railroads (MBTA and the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad) in both the State and Federal Courts of Massachusetts.

Since 1992 have successfully handled all types of criminal matters, including domestic assault and batteries, motor vehicle offenses including Drunk Driving cases, and all narcotic offenses. Has a very successful track record. Has tried to completion well over 100 cases.

Has also successfully vacated numerous prior state criminal convictions for Immigration purposes. Attorney Harrington personally handles all aspects of all the cases he accepts. Located in the shadow of the Custom House in Downtown Boston. Free consultation w Reasonable fee structure.

Has successfully handled hundreds of District Court criminal matters including drunk driving, narcotic, domestic violence, assault and battery.

Has tried many cases, both civil and criminal, in District and Superior Courts, as well as the Federal US District Court in Boston.