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July 13, 2016

     If someone is beyond annoying, and your situation

has escalated to an unacceptable degree, perhaps you

should consider using a designated Massachusetts law

to defend and protect yourself from abuse.

     The requirements for requesting the judge to grant...

June 29, 2016

In Massachusetts there is a statute, C. 276, S.58 which

provides rules about release on a cash bail or personal

recognizance. The law assumes that a person accused of

a crime is entitled to be released without paying a bail

unless the court finds, after a hearing, that cer...

June 9, 2016

In Massachusetts if a person is accused of a crime,

either by way of a civilian signed application for a

complaint or a police officer’s report and application for

complaint, as long as the charges are misdemeanors and

you have not been arrested, you are entitled to such a


June 8, 2016

A lot of people charged with cases such as assault,

theft or restraining order violations think that their

cases are weak because it is just the accuser’s word

against their word and there is no real proof. If that

reasoning was true, the prisons and jails would be fairly


June 6, 2016

A lot of clients ask me to see about getting their

charges dropped. Some people just mean that they

want to be done with their case and have no appreciable

consequences. Others mean they want the government

to acknowledge that they are innocent and should not

have been char...

June 5, 2016

Criminal defense lawyers often advertise that they

are “former prosecutors” and apparently expect those

charged with crimes and accused of wrongdoing in

Massachusetts to be intrigued and impressed about

that. In fact, that disclosure it is a marketing tactic to

entice poten...

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