|Robert Jubinville was born and raised in Holyoke, Massachusetts. At an early age, he began to demonstrate his passion for helping others. By age fourteen, he was actively involved with the community through what is now known as The Boys
and Girls Club of Greater Holyoke. This organization promotes the education, social involvement and character development of boys and girls of all ages. He continues to support the Boys
and Girls Club and other local charitable organizations.
During the Vietnam Era, Bob served in the United States Army. He was sent to USA Natick Laboratory as an experimental test subject. After his tour of duty in the US Army, Robert went on to join the Massachusetts State Police. He served first as a Trooper, then as a DetectiveŚreceiving numerous commendations. While working days with the State Police, Bob attended law school at night. He left the State Police to begin a career as a trial attorneyŚhis life-long goal. He is currently one of only three Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorneys in Massachusetts. Bob is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, in New Hampshire, in the United States Federal Court in Boston and the Supreme Court of the United States of America.
Bob has over thirty-three years of experience as a trial lawyer, which provides him with a keen sense of what makes a good judge. He has appeared in every District Court in the Commonwealth and has tried cases in each of the Massachusetts Superior Courts. Bob has also argued cases before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Court of Appeals. He has logged over seven thousand appearances before judges and clerk magistrates. Such extensive exposure to the various courts has afforded Bob a unique expertise with respect to our judicial system and the inner-workings of Massachusetts courts. This knowledge sets him apart from other candidates.
He has law offices in Milton, Falmouth and Holyoke. Bob lives with his two daughters in Milton, Massachusetts. He is a member of the Massachusetts and New Hampshire Bar and most local and county Bar Associations. He is also a member of the Former Massachusetts State Trooper Association. Bob is often described as thoughtful, thorough and patient. He brings these attributes, as well as his commitment to duty, to his role as an advocate. He is dedicated and passionate about our judicial system.