Trespassing is one of the oldest crimes in the book, dating all the way back to the settling of the country. Despite how aged of an offense it may be though, there are thousands of people who are convicted of trespassing across the country every year. At The Law Offices of Paul R. Moraski, our experienced criminal defense lawyer can … Read More
Package theft is one of the most common types of holiday crimes. In fact, an article in CNBC reports that those in Massachusetts are about 1.43 times more likely (than the national average) to have a package stolen, and that roughly one in 10 adults have reported having a package taken from their porch before.
Well Tiger Woods definitely can! Tiger Woods is one of the most recognizable athletes in the world, having thrilled fans since the 1990s with his enormous talent playing the game of golf and winning 79 PGA tour events that include 14 major titles, second only to Jack Nicklaus. However, his golfing and personal life took a downward spiral in 2009 … Read More
Protesting is as American as apple pie. It started in pre-Revolutionary America and has continued to the present, notably with this summer’s protests at Charlottesville, Berkeley, Boston and other cites around the country. Most of these protests have involved free speech and included counter-protesters against white supremacy groups or those allegedly aligned with them.
Of possible interest to fans of the movie “Happy Gilmore” that starred Adam Sandler, there was another notable actor in the film, Christopher McDonald, who played Shooter McGavin. Mr. McDonald was recently arrested for DUI in Los Angeles after returning from an Oktoberfest party. Officers had observed McDonald’s Porsche that had run off the road and into an embankment. When … Read More
It is illegal to threaten anyone or to cause bodily injury to another person by use of a gun or firearm or by the use of any object deemed a dangerous weapon. In a recent incident in Barnstable, a Hyannis man was arrested for threatening a family member with a firearm and for firing it, although no injuries were reported. … Read More
Some significant changes in the Massachusetts criminal justice system may soon become law after the Senate passed S 2185. The bill passed by a final vote of 27-10, with one senator absent. The legislation awaits review by the House chamber which, although also dominated by Democrats, could see some revisions though the bill’s advocates are optimistic that most of its … Read More
Watch any crime or legal series on TV, and you’re sure to hear the term “Miranda rights” thrown around at least a time or two. And while there is certainly a lot on crime TV that is not accurate, the fact that those arrested and charged with a crime have Miranda rights certainly is true. The following provides an overview … Read More
Most people assume that the terms OUI (operating under the influence) or DUI (driving under the influence) are referring to under the influence of alcohol. As such, while they may be aware of the law that prevents them from drinking and driving, they may be confused if they are pulled over and charged with an OUI without ever having had … Read More