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Massachusetts Appeals Court Dismisses Reckless Endangerment Charge Against Defendant Whose Daughter Ate Suboxone Pill

Posted on May 14, 2020 in
The Massachusetts Appeals Court today concluded that a district court judge had properly dismissed a reckless endangerment charge against a Lakeville man whose daughter had consumed a Suboxone pill.  The name of the case is Commonwealth v. Costa.  (more…)
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Massachusetts Appeals Court Suppresses Statement of Accused Springfield Murderer

The Massachusetts Appeals Court today ruled that parts of an accused murderer's statement to the police cannot be used at trial because he was not provided with his Miranda warnings.  The name of the case is Commonwealth v. Pinney.  (more…)
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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Upholds Fall River Man’s Murder Conviction After it Took More than Two Decades to Charge Him

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court today affirmed a Fall River man's conviction for murdering his neighbor in 1988.  The name of the case is Commonwealth v. Tavares. (more…)
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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Affirms Murder Conviction of Somerville Man Who Fled the Country for Decades Following the Crime

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court today upheld a Somerville man's murder conviction after the defendant shot the victim during an attempted armed robbery.  The name of the case is Commonwealth v. Martin.  (more…)
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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Rules Police Use of Automatic License Plate Readers Could Constitute a Search

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court today ruled that when police use automatic license plate readers (ALPRs) to track a suspect's car as it travels on public roadways, it might constitute a search.  However, in the case being considered, the police limited the use of the ALPR system to track the defendant, so his constitutional...
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