John J. McGlone III

Criminal Litigation

We have achieved tremendous success in a comprehensive range of criminal matters. We have represented individuals and corporations in a variety of contexts, including very sensitive and high-profile matters. Our broad criminal defense practice in State and Federal courts – at both trial and appellate levels – is grounded in our longstanding commitment to individual rights. The firm has successfully defended those charged with crimes in Massachusetts, including:

  • OUI
  • Motor Vehicle Homicide
  • Drug Possession and Drug Trafficking
  • Armed Robbery
  • Domestic Assault and Battery
  • Violation of 209A Restraining Orders
  • Rape
  • Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon
  • Sexual Assault
  • Murder

We often handle grand jury investigations and advise clients on internal investigations of alleged criminal activity. Our experience with complex criminal litigation and the Massachusetts court system provides us with the means to expertly advise our clients facing simultaneous civil allegations and criminal investigations or prosecutions. GNCM also has extensive experience with those ancillary issues such as restitution, accord and satisfaction, and the effect a conviction has on a person’s driver’s license. We are dedicated to an aggressive defense and work tirelessly to exonerate our clients.

Domestic Relations

We have extensive experience in all aspects of domestic relations practice, including divorce, custody, child support, alimony property division, and guardianship. In any divorce or legal dissolution of the marriage, a court must be involved, as marriage is a legal contract. The authority of the court is required to settle many other related and complicated issues. GNCM has handled all domestic relations matters and has trial experience in these matters in every county in Massachusetts. Domestic Relations practice includes:

  • Divorce
  • Custody
  • Child Support
  • Alimony Issues
  • Property Division
  • Guardianships
  • Modifications
  • Contempt Actions
  • Pre-nuptial Agreements
  • Appellate Issues

Given the obvious sensitivities of the domestic relations practice, it is important to seek counsel with the appropriate experience and a proven trial record. Whether in negotiations or at trial, the firm’s lawyers expertly analyze the important issues involved, including assets and financial interests often at stake, business concerns, investments, stock options, pensions and profit-sharing plans, and the tax consequences related to the division of assets and setting support obligations.

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John J. McGlone III concentrates his trial practice in criminal defense, domestic relations, and probate matters.  Mr. McGlone has more than thirty years of experience in both jury and bench trials in the trial court of the Commonwealth and Federal District Court.  He has also briefed and argued appeals in the Massachusetts Appeals Court and Supreme Judicial Court in both criminal and domestic relations matters.  Mr. McGlone has litigated cases throughout New England as well as in Chicago and New York and has lectured at several MCLE seminars in both criminal and domestic relations areas.  Prior to forming Giarrusso Norton Cooley & McGlone, Mr. McGlone was an associate at a major Boston law firm where his trial practice concentrated in criminal law, domestic relations and probate matters.  Prior to practicing law, he was employed in the administrative office of the Chief Administrative Justice to the Massachusetts Court System.

617.770.2900

617.773.6934

jmcglone@gncm.net

Marina Bay
308 Victory Road
Quincy, MA 02171

Education

Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts
J.D. – 1989

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts
B.S. – 1982

Bar Admissions

Massachusetts, 1989
U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts, 1990

Professional Associations and Memberships

Dawn A. MacGregor

Dawn A. MacGregor concentrates her practice on family law litigation and mediation matters, as well probate administration and litigation matters. Upon graduating from law school, Ms. MacGregor served as a law clerk to the Justices of the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court. Thereafter, she acquired more than 15 years of litigation experience concentrating on family law and domestic relations matters. Ms. MacGregor is also a trained divorce mediator. As a mediator, she brings valuable experience and knowledge from working in the Probate and Family Court system, as well as years of courtroom experience as a divorce and family law attorney appearing in the Probate and Family Courts throughout Massachusetts. Ms. MacGregor also periodically volunteers her legal skills and knowledge as a participant in the Probate and Family Court Lawyer of the Day Program.

Education

New England Law, Boston, Massachusetts
J.D. – 1998

Bentley University, Waltham, Massachusetts
B.S. – 1991

Bar Admissions

Massachusetts, 1998
U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts, 2001

Professional Associations and Memberships