Donald LaRoche, Esq. concentrates his practice on criminal defense, immigration and personal injury. Attorney LaRoche represents clients in both state and federal courts in Massachusetts and Maryland. He is also admitted to the bar of the United States Supreme Court. Before starting his office, Attorney LaRoche served as a deputy clerk for two United States Magistrate Judges in Boston where he developed his meticulous approach to the rule of law and strong belief in adhering to procedure.

Prior to this, Attorney LaRoche worked as an Assistant District Attorney for the Suffolk County, MA District Attorney’s Office where he prepared cases to appear in the trial courts, appeals court and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. During his time with the District Attorney’s Office, Attorney LaRoche tried jury and bench trials and argued before the appeals court. This is where he developed his ability to prepare cases for litigation. His hard work is well documented. It was also while with the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, he published his article entitled, Maximum Confusion: A Prosecutor’s View of Crawford v. Washington, Engage: The Journal of the Federalist Society’s Practice Groups, October 2004.

Attorney LaRoche received his law degree from Quinnipiac University School of law in Connecticut in 2000 and his undergraduate degree from Brooklyn College in 1997. Upon graduating from law school, he served as a law clerk in the Juvenile Court in Western Massachusetts.

Attorney LaRoche is part of the National Bar Association and is currently the Regional Director for Region I covering Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine and Puerto Rico. He is also very active in his church and is the founder and director of the YPC Gospel Music Association, where he works with gospel musicians and choirs in the northeast. Through this association, he has produced five gospel albums. He also belongs to the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. In addition to his legal and musical abilities, Attorney LaRoche is also fluent in French and Haitian Creole languages.

“My focus is on your case and I understand how to be successful!” – Donald LaRoche, Esq.