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The Distinctions Between Breaking and Entering Misdemeanor and Felony Charges

Posted on : November 27, 2017
breaking and entering allegations require an experienced lawyer
What happens if you’re accused of breaking and entering? You could be facing serious consequences if convicted, and the police will work as hard as possible to collect evidence that puts you in danger of a conviction. You need to be prepared to mount your own defense with the help of an experienced lawyer. The […]

Should You Hire a Lawyer Before You’re Arrested?

Posted on : October 30, 2017
Massachusetts Criminal Defense Attorney
While some arrests are made on-the-spot, others are made after a longer, more intense investigation. If you’re the subject of a police investigation —  for example, for drug crimes — you may be asking questions about when it’s time to obtain legal representation. Should you wait until you’re arrested or should you confer with a lawyer […]

Possession of a Fake ID in Massachusetts

Posted on : August 27, 2017
Massachusetts Fake ID Lawyer
In Massachusetts, being caught using false identification — whether it is manufactured or stolen — can cause you to incur serious penalties. Although this crime is considered a misdemeanor, this doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be taken seriously. If you’ve been arrested and accused of possessing a fake ID, it’s important that you secure solid legal […]

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. […]