Welch has represented defendants in many criminal jury trials, and the
charges have involved serious traffic (such as driving on a suspended
license and driving while intoxicated), possession of narcotics, illegal
weapons, simple assault, fraud, drug distribution, conspiracy, serious
assault, rape, and murder. This list provides some, but not all, of the
kinds of charges that Mr. Welch has handled for clients. For more than
seven years he worked at the Office of the Public Defender in Baltimore,
Maryland. He has represented juveniles and adults. He graduated from
New England School of Law and attended the National Criminal Defense College.
Mr. Welch’s bar memberships include
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