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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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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Confirms “Interference with the Lawful Duties of a Police Officer” is a Crime

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court today ruled that the common law crime of "interference with the lawful duties of a police officer" is  still a crime in the Commonwealth.  However, because the prosecution failed to prove the elements in the case at issue, the defendant's conviction for that crime was reversed.  The name of...
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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Rules Woman Who Thinks Judicial System is Rigged Against Young Black Men Could Sit on Jury

Posted on February 16, 2019 in
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled this week that a potential juror who offered her opinion that the judicial system is rigged against young black men should not have been automatically excluded from serving on a jury deciding the fate of a young black male defendant.  The name of the case is Commonwealth v....
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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Clarifies Scope of Dangerousness Statute

Posted on January 15, 2019 in
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court today clarified the types of crimes that qualify for pretrial detention pursuant to the dangerousness statute.  The names of the cases are Scione v. Commonwealth and Commonwealth v. Barnes.  (more…)
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Secretly Attaching a GPS Monitor to Another’s Car Can Lead to Criminal Charges in Massachusetts

Posted on December 21, 2018 in
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court today ruled there was probable cause to charge a man with criminal harassment after he allegedly attached GPS monitors to the cars belonging to a married couple he had never met.  The name of the case is Commonwealth v. Brennan.  (more…)
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