Is Drunk Driving a Deportable Offense in Massachusetts?

Being an immigrant in the United States can be a legally complex experience, as well as an often emotional one. What’s more, without the protection of citizenship, the fear of deportation may be ever-constant. In some cases, criminal convictions can be grounds for deportation in our country. Here’s what you should know about drunk driving for non-US citizens and whether … Read More

How Can a Criminal Defense Attorney Help Lower Your Bail in Massachusetts?

If you have been charged with a crime, bail may be a part of your arraignment hearing. If you’re unfamiliar with how bail works, when bail may be ordered, or the factors that determine a bail amount, working with a skilled criminal defense attorney can help. At The Law Offices of Paul R. Moraski, not only can we explain to … Read More

Burglary and Criminal Trespass in Massachusetts

Entering a property without permission from the owner can lead to burglary and criminal trespass charges in Massachusetts. At The Law Office of Paul R. Moraski, our experienced burglary and criminal trespass attorney can help you if you are facing criminal charges. Reach out to our law office today to learn more about your rights and what to expect when … Read More

What to Do if You’re Charged with Bribery in Massachusetts

While perceptions about the crime of bribery may conjure up images of back-alley negotiations and deals, bribery is often much less sinister than what you might see on television. At The Law Office of Paul R. Moraski, we understand that bribery charges are often a result of simple misunderstandings and unclear boundaries. If you have been charged with bribery, our … Read More

Child Abuse Defense

If you are facing charges for child abuse in Massachusetts, you need a strong legal defense. At The Law Office of Paul R. Moraski, our Massachusetts child abuse defense attorney will help you to understand your rights and legal options when you are facing child abuse charges. Call our law firm today to learn more about how to defend yourself. 

Cyberbullying in Massachusetts: What You Should Know

With constant access to technology, including handheld devices and social media sites, it’s perhaps no surprise that cyberbullying has become a pervasive problem in recent years. Indeed, one study indicates that about 50 percent of children have experienced cyberbullying at least once in their lifetime. Not only is cyberbullying damaging for a child’s psychological wellbeing, but it may also be … Read More

Perjury in Massachusetts

Anyone who’s watched a crime drama is certainly familiar with scenes of the prosecution asking the defendant or a witness if they swear to tell “the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.” While television series and movies are not a good reference for what actually happens in a court of law, scenes like the one described above … Read More

Violations of Probation in Massachusetts: What You Should Know

Being released from prison can feel like one of the best possible things to happen to someone who’s been convicted of a crime. In some cases, a convicted person may be released from prison before their sentence has been completed, subject to a period of good behavior under supervision—this is known as probation. While probation means that you get out … Read More

How Does a Criminal Conviction Affect Employment in Massachusetts?

Most people understand that in addition to facing potential jail time, large fines, and other criminal consequences as a result of a criminal conviction, the conviction will also remain on their criminal record. Having a mark on one’s criminal record can have numerous consequences, including making it more challenging to secure employment. Consider the following overview of how a criminal … Read More

Possible Consequences of Violent Crime in Massachusetts

While all types of criminal charges have the potential to seriously impact a defendant’s future, charges for a violent crime are often especially severe. Violent crimes are usually felony offenses, which carry harsher penalties, and judges tend to look less favorably upon those who commit violent crimes. If you are facing charges for a violent crime in Massachusetts, you need … Read More