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Common Drug Crime Defenses in Massachusetts

Posted on February 28, 2022 in
A drug crime is not something that you want to be accused of in Massachusetts. The Commonwealth takes drug offenses seriously and often punishes them harshly to serve as a warning for future offenders. It is important to hire a drug crime defense lawyer in Middlesex County as soon as possible if you were...
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Common Scenarios That Lead to Gun Charges

Posted on January 19, 2022 in
Federal and state gun laws can be complex and difficult to follow. Despite your best intentions, you may find yourself in violation of a gun law and arrested for allegedly committing a gun crime. Learn several common scenarios to avoid to protect yourself from gun charges in Massachusetts. If you have already been arrested...
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Defenses Against Breathalyzer Reading Evidence

Posted on January 19, 2022 in
If you get pulled over in Massachusetts and blow a 0.08 percent or higher on a Breathalyzer test, this does not necessarily mean that you will be convicted of operating under the influence (OUI). Breath test devices are notoriously faulty and inaccurate, making them unreliable as evidence in court. There may be several ways...
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Understanding Melanie’s Law in Massachusetts

Posted on December 31, 2021 in
The law in Massachusetts is clear when it comes to drunk and drugged driving – operating under the influence (OUI) is illegal and punishable with serious penalties, including jail time. After the passing of Melanie's Law in 2005, the penalties for operating under the influence in the Commonwealth increased. Find out how Melanie's Law...
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How Field Sobriety Tests Can Affect Your Case

Posted on December 31, 2021 in
During a traffic stop involving a driver who is suspected of operating under the influence (OUI) in Massachusetts, a law enforcement officer can rely on two tests of the driver’s sobriety: a chemical test and a field sobriety test. The results of either could be used to build an OUI case against the driver...
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