Matthew W. Boucher, a lifelong resident of Bay City, Michigan is a graduate from John Glenn High School, Michigan State University, and Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where he earned honors and received Certificates of Merit in Criminal Practice in Michigan and Property while prioritizing Business and Criminal Practice.
While earning his Juris Doctorate, he interned for the Bay City Prosecutor for 3 terms, handling his own caseload, inclusive of misdemeanors and felonies. He achieved a flawless record conducting trials as an intern prosecutor and provided noteworthy assistance in major felony trials, some of which included complex CSC trials.
After receiving his Law Degree, Matthew continued his residence in Bay City, where he built his own business, practicing law in the community and raising his two young children, Skye and Sebastian. He enjoys spending time with his family, participating in their schooling and activities, and also playing golf and bowling. He is an active member of the Bay County Bar Association.
His professional practice includes a diverse range of case types, such as Criminal Defense, Family Law, Driver's License Appeals/Restoration, CPS Investigation, Liquor License Appeals, and Civil Litigation. He executes a straight forward approach to each case issue at hand, providing realistic objectives, guidance, and consultation.
Taking pride in communication as a core value has earned Matthew a strong reputation as a go-to resource for clients demanding clear and concise direction and options during every phase of their case. Communicating these options has proven crucial in his ability to steadily provide the most fundamental of client concerns: Protection now and protection of their future.
Matthew has practiced all over the state of Michigan, giving him invaluable insight into the different courtroom personalities and professional styles, judgments, and expectations of their presiding occupants. Coupled with a strong reputation for preparation and communication, Matt's clients know exactly what to do and how to behave in the courtroom long before they arrive. He cares about his clients and works diligently to ensure they receive the attention and results they deserve.