Can the Agawam Law Department be my attorney?
No. The Agawam Law Department does not represent individuals in private legal matters. Attorneys in the office represent City departments, boards and elected officials in the course of their "business" as City entities. Private legal matters must be handled by attorneys retained by the individual.

Referrals for legal assistance dealing with private or personal matters may be obtained through the following Massachusetts Bar Association sources:
- Main Office
20 West Street
Boston, MA 02111-1204
Phone: 617-338-0500
- Springfield Office
73 State Street
Springfield, MA 01103
Phone: 413-731-5134

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1. Can the Agawam Law Department be my attorney?
2. What’s the difference between the Agawam Law Department and the District Attorney’s Office?
3. Can I file a criminal complaint with the Law Department?
4. What courts have jurisdiction for the Town of Agawam?