The Leading Voice
For Massachusetts’ Injured And Accused

Experienced Harvard-Educated Attorney Who Will Fight
For Your Rights

I am attorney Nicole Colby Longton. I take pride in advocating for my clients’ needs and interests in important civil and criminal matters. The focus of my practice is mainly on handling criminal law cases. From OUI defense, theft and drug crimes, to sexual assault and crimes involving violence, drugs and guns, I provide effective, aggressive legal representation that is tailored to my clients’ needs.

I also handle cases involving:

  • Personal injury matters, including those involving car accidents and slip-, trip-and-fall accidents

I serve clients in and around Worcester and throughout Massachusetts. As a graduate of Harvard Law School, I bring excellent knowledge of the law and formidable analytical and writing abilities to my practice. As a former litigator with an international law firm, I offer strong litigation and negotiation skills, and extensive experience with high-stakes matters.

Contact my office today to schedule an appointment with me, a Worcester criminal defense attorney who handles criminal cases and a wide variety of other issues.

Breaking Barriers In Worcester Criminal Defense And Personal Injury Law

Zealous Representation, Responsive Service And A History Of Results

If you are dealing with an important legal matter, you want to entrust it to a lawyer who can help you resolve it as quickly and successfully as possible. To this end, I can offer you:

  • Aggressive representation when it counts: I fight zealously for every client I represent. I am not afraid to take on any opponent.
  • A history of real results: At the end of the day, the practice of law is about getting good results. I have earned a reputation for helping my clients reach positive outcomes and for taking on — and winning — difficult cases. I take pride in the results I have achieved for my clients.
  • Responsive, personalized service: My firm is dedicated to client service. My clients know they are in good hands because I communicate effectively with them and make sure they understand the process and what to expect each step of the way. I take the time to get to know my clients and understand each case in detail. This means when I represent you, I will listen to your concerns, return your phone calls and treat your case with the respect it deserves.

Whether Your Case Is Criminal Or Involves An Injury, I Am Ready

Contact me for a free consultation with a Worcester criminal defense, OUI and personal injury attorney. I can answer your questions, explain your options and help you find a solution to your problem. Call me today at 508-793-2000.

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