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Arrested for Domestic Violence? Learn How to Defend Yourself

Posted on : July 2, 2017
MA Domestic Violence Lawyer
If you are charged with domestic violence, your reputation, career, and future are at risk. It’s important that you take these charges seriously and get help defending yourself and protecting your rights under the law. Often, domestic violence accusations are made in situations where drugs are involved, and a defendant can find him or herself […]

Defenses Against Illegal Gun Possession Charges

Posted on : March 27, 2017
Massachusetts Gun Crimes Attorney
Gun control laws in Massachusetts are strict. It is against the law to possess or carry a firearm without a permit. This includes possession of an unloaded firearm in your home. In either case, you face charges and up to two years in jail. If you face charges of illegal gun possession, here are some potential defenses. […]

Massachusetts Underage DUI

Posted on : February 17, 2017
The Legal BAC for Minors is Not 0.08% For drivers over the age of 21, the legal limit of blood alcohol content (BAC) is 0.08%. Anything over that value will most likely result in a DUI charge. For minors, however, the legal limit of blood alcohol content is just 0.02%, which is very, very low. […]

Legal Protection After Probation Violation

Posted on : January 5, 2017
Massachusetts Probation Violation Attorney
If you are convicted of a crime, chances are, probation is part of your sentence. Probation has strict rules that you must follow in order to satisfy the court’s requirements. A single violation can be enough to send you to jail. Learn more about probation violations and how to get legal protection after a probation violation. […]

Not Guilty of 2nd Offense OUI and License Ordered Restored

Posted on : September 6, 2016
Following a spirited battle with the Commonwealth’s top district court prosecutor and a police officer who is one of the best witnesses I face on a consistent basis, a jury agreed with us, after deliberating (and asking a question), and found my client NOT GUILTY.  After 15 minutes of deliberation, the jury sent the judge […]