Founder and Managing Partner
Katherine Hatch is a well-known and well-respected criminal defense attorney practicing in all courts in Massachusetts, including District Court and Superior Court.
Attorney Hatch has substantial experience in the district and superior courts, managing complex and important cases ranging from misdemeanor crimes and drug offenses to firearms cases, major crimes and homicide investigations and prosecutions. She knows how investigations and cases are put together by police and prosecutors and she knows how to get the best results for clients.
She is a street smart and credentialed criminal defense attorney, recognized as an outstanding professional by her peers, respected by prosecutors and appreciated by clients. You want her knowledge, talent and aggressive defense to work for you to fight the charges against you and to help you get your life back on track.
Criminal Defense Attorney Katherine Hatch has successfully represented criminal cases involving murder, armed and unarmed robbery, assault and battery, kidnapping, drug offenses, domestic violence, motor vehicle matters, theft crimes, firearm offenses and many other serious felonies and misdemeanors.
Katherine Hatch has focused on immigration criminal and family related issues throughout her legal career. She served as a Massachusetts Special Assistant District Attorney at the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office for a number of years and was an Assistant Attorney General. She was also an Assistant District Attorney in Worcester County District Attorney's Office as well as a Special Assistant United States Attorney. She is a member of both the Massachusetts and Women's Bar Associations.
Katherine Hatch represents clients in Boston and all surrounding Massachusetts counties, including but not limited to Essex County, Middlesex county, Norfolk County, Plymouth County, Suffolk County, and Worcester County. She represents clients in every step of the criminal justice process: pretrial investigations, grand jury presentments and inquiries, arraignments, pretrial motions, probation matters, and jury trials.