Why you should consider hiring attorney J. Drew Segadelli...

Attorney J. Drew Segadelli is a partner with law firm Fagan, Goldrick & Segadelli. Concentrating solely in the area of criminal law and covering all of southeastern Mass., Segadelli has been involved in numerous high-profile capital cases, including over 40 murders trials. He has argued before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and the Appeals Court, and in the states of Rhode Island, Illinois, and Florida. He also frequently lectures and moderates at local and national training programs.

J. Drew Segadelli is the only attorney on Cape Cod who has been placed on the Murder List. The Murder List is the list used to select counsel for murder cases. He has appeared on numerous television shows, such as Greater Boston with Emily Rooney, Geraldo Rivera, CNN, and Court TV. Attorney Segadelli has also been covered in various magazines and newspapers, including Lawyers Weekly,  the Cape Cod Times, The Upper Cape Codder, and the Banner.

An experienced trial lawyer can make the difference.

If you are looking for an experienced, aggressive criminal attorney to handle your case, then look no further than Attorney J. Drew Segadelli. He has a reputation for handling tough, complex criminal cases, including death penalty defense cases, murder trials, and high profile capital cases; with Drew Segadelli, you can be assured that your case will be given top priority in protecting your rights.



ABC’s ’20/20' Plans Two-Hour Program on Christa Worthington’s 2002 Murder

Christopher McCowen, who is serving a life sentence without parole for the rape and murder of Christa Worthington, was interviewed.
Fifteen years after fashion writer Christa Worthington was stabbed to death in her Cape Cod, Mass., home with her two-year-old daughter Ava found unharmed nearby, “20/20” will air a two-hour exposé “A Killing on the Cape” on Nov. 24 at 9 p.m.
As a lead-up to the Black Friday program, ABC Radio will run a six-episode weekly podcast series starting Wednesday. Christopher McCowen, the trash collector who was convicted of murder following a three-year investigation, claims his innocence in his first broadcast interview from prison, where he is serving a life sentence without parole. In a 2013 interview with Cape Cod Today’s Sandra Lee, McCowen also repeatedly disputed the verdict, claiming innocence.