38 Rock Street
Fall River MA 02720
Directly after graduation, Attorney Melissa A. Hendrie accepted a commission in the United States Air Force as a member of JAG Corp. Sworn as a Special Assistant United States Attorney, she prosecuted criminal cases in the 9thDistrict of Northwest Florida. In addition to her role as a military prosecutor, Attorney Hendrie served as the Chief of Civil Law. In that role, she handled labor disputes, injury claims and court-martials. After being honorably discharged, she accepted a job as an Assistant District Attorney with the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office. There, she worked in the New Bedford District Court, Attleboro District Court, and Fall River Superior Court. Attorney Hendrie’s extensive and diverse experience in the State and Federal Courts provides her with the necessary background to zealously represent your interests.
Roger Williams School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2007
ttorney John M. Hendrie is the son of prominent, South Coast personal injury Attorney Daniel S. Hendrie and followed in his father’s footsteps by opening up Hendrie Law P.C. in downtown Fall River. John spent the first part of his career as a prosecutor in the New Bedford District Court, serving as the supervising attorney for years. After his government service with the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office, Attorney Hendrie has been focused on protecting the individual rights and interests of the citizens of his community. Equally adept as an advocate in a courtroom or as a trusted advisor in the office, Attorney Hendrie is ready and willing to serve your legal needs.
Albany Law School
Juris Doctor, 2009
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