Aviva Jeruchim

Aviva Jeruchim has been defending the rights of her clients at trial since 1986.  She has at various times specialized in Real Estate Law, Bankruptcy, Family Law, and most notably in criminal defense.  Attorney Jeruchim is currently on the Superior Court Murder List as well as a member of the Federal Defenders List.

Attorney Jeruchim completed her undergraduate education at Columbia University, and law school at North Carolina Central University.

Paul Davenport

Paul Davenport started out as an Assistant District Attorney in Middlesex County, and now represents clients throughout the courts of Massachusetts and at every level.  He appears regularly in the courtrooms of District Court, Superior Court and Federal Court and has defended clients accused of all charges ranging through first degree murder.  He has argued appeals through the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, and regularly handles collateral matters to criminal defense, including mental health issues, substance abuse issues, Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB) hearings, criminal record expungement, Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) hearings,

Attorney Davenport completed his undergraduate education at Johns Hopkins University, a Master's Degree at Boston College in Political Theory, and law school at Boston University.

Jeruchim & Davenport

Aviva Jeruchim and Paul Davenport have been teamed up since 2001.  Together, they have tirelessly fought for their client's rights and freedom.  They have teamed up on several complicated jury trials as co-counsel in the Superior and Federal Courts and routinely work together to achieve the best results for their clients.

Jeruchim & Davenport is located at 50 Congress Street in the Financial District of Boston.

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