Sankey Law Offices
1984 - 1987
Attorney Sankey served on active duty in the United States Marine Corps from 1979 to 1993, followed by service in the Marine Corps Reserves until his retirement in 2005 at the rank of Colonel. Throughout his legal career in the Marine Corps, Attorney Sankey represented hundreds of Marines and sailors charged with criminal offenses in courts-martial across the United States. During his final five years of service, Attorney Sankey was assigned as a Military Trial Judge and Senior Reserve Trial Judge for the Marine Corps. Upon his retirement, Attorney Sankey was presented with the Meritorious Service Medal and the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal.
Attorney Sankey offers a wide range of litigation experience to clients of the firm. He devotes a significant part of his practice to education law, representing students who require assistance to obtain special education services or who are facing disciplinary hearings.
His practice also includes employment law, in which he represents employees in state and federal courts and before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination involving claims of discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, non-compete agreements and other workplace issues.
Attorney Sankey has substantial experience as a criminal defense counsel, and has represented clients in Juvenile, District and Superior Courts throughout the Commonwealth in all manner of cases, including OUI/DUI, drug offenses, and assault and domestic violence.
In the area of personal injury litigation, Attorney Sankey has many years experience representing persons injured in automobile accidents, construction accidents, falls and from dog bites.
Attorney Sankey also represents business owners and customers involved in business disputes, and families who require assistance with wills and probate matters.