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Massachusetts Appeals Court Concludes Message From Defendant’s Instagram Account Was Not Necessarily Written By Him

Posted on June 3, 2020 in
The Massachusetts Appeals Court today overturned a defendant's conviction for violating a restraining order, concluding that the Commonwealth had not proven a message sent to his ex-girlfriend from his Instagram account was written by him.  The name of the case is Commonwealth v. McMann.  (more…)
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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 Rules a Non-Motorized Camper Attached to a Truck Constitutes a “Vehicle”

Posted on April 8, 2020 in
The Massachusetts Appeals Court delivered an opinion today concluding that a non-motorized camper qualified as a "vehicle" when it was attached to the defendant's pickup truck.  The name of the case is Commonwealth v. Davenport. (more…)
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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Authorizes Bail Reviews to Thin Out Jail Population in Light of Coronavirus

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court yesterday delivered a comprehensive opinion aimed at lowering jail populations in light of the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  The name of the case is Committee for Public Counsel Services et. al. v. Chief Justice of the Trial Court et. al. (more…)
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Attorney Chris Spring’s Client, Who Blew a .15 on the Breathalyzer, Found Not Guilty of Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol

Posted on October 31, 2019 in
A Concord District Court jury today found Attorney Chris Spring's client not guilty of operating under the influence of alcohol.  (more…)
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