Attorney Larson is
a trial attorney with over seventeen years of experience trying criminal and civil cases throughout the Courts of Massachusetts.
Kevin has handled all types of criminal matters through trial, including everything from driving with a suspended license
to motor vehice homicide, from possession of marijuana to trafficking in cocaine, from simple assault and battery to assault
and battery with firearms, and from indecent assault and battery to aggravate rape. Attorney Larson is known for winning
trials in both the District and Superior Courts of Massachusetts, and for vigorously representing even the most "unpopular"
defendants. Kevin strongly believes that everyone is entitled to a defense, even for the most heinous of crimes.
In addition to criminal cases, Attorney Larson has represented hundreds of
clients in civil trials, whether it be a divorce or child custody trial in the Probate & Family Court, or a personal injury
case in the District and Superior Court. Kevin also handles civil rights claims for clients whose rights have been violated
by the police or correctional officers. Whether you case is worth $10,000 or $1 million, he will fight to get you the
best result possible.
Kevin is a graduate of Wachusett Regional
High School (Holden, MA). He continued his education at Deerfield Academy (Deerfield, MA), and later at Hamilton College (Clinton,
NY), where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics. Kevin also captained the Hamilton basketball team and was
named team MVP in 1997.
Attorney Larson earned his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the Southern
New England School of Law (North Dartmouth, MA), and is a member of the Massachusetts Bar. In addition, he has been admitted
to practice in the United States District Court - District of Massachusetts, and he is also admitted to practice before the
First Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals.
In addition, Kevin accepts appointments
to represent indigent criminal defendants in serious felonies in the Worcester Superior Court through the Committee for Public
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