Operating After Suspension or Revocation of License in Massachusetts

There are many reasons why a person may be subject to a license suspension or revocation in Massachusetts. Regardless of the reason, though, if your license has been suspended or revoked, you have a legal obligation to refrain from operating a motor vehicle. If you breach this obligation and are indeed caught driving, you could face additional penalties. If this … Read More

Assault and Battery on a Massachusetts Police Officer or Public Employee

Assault and battery is a violent crime that is treated seriously under Massachusetts law. Even more serious than committing this crime, though, is committing the crime of assault and battery against a Massachusetts police officer or public employee. If you have been charged with this crime, you need a skilled defense attorney on your side immediately. Call The Law Office … Read More

Wanton Destruction of Property

Causing the destruction of another property in Massachusetts could result in both civil and criminal charges. One type of property destruction crime identified under Massachusetts General Laws is wanton destruction of property. At The Law Office of Paul R. Moraski, we can help you to understand the charges you’re facing and how to best protect and advocate for yourself throughout … Read More

Insurance Fraud in Massachusetts

Carrying insurance is an important part of protecting yourself against risk. From health insurance to car insurance, home insurance to disability insurance and more, by carrying insurance, you reduce your risk of personal liability in the event of an unexpected event. And while carrying insurance is important, exercising care in how you file claims and report incidents may be even … Read More

Reckless Driving in Massachusetts

Any person who holds a license to operate a motor vehicle in Massachusetts has certain responsibilities and expectations placed upon them, including the expectation that they will operate their vehicle safely and within the parameters of the law. If a person breaches this expectation, they can face traffic penalties and, in some cases, criminal charges. One serious driving-related charge in … Read More

Leaving the Scene of an Accident in Massachusetts

As a driver in Massachusetts, you have a duty to follow the law and operate your vehicle responsibly. This includes, amongst other things, stopping and exchanging information with the other driver in the event of an accident, as well as reporting the accident to the police in some cases. If you fail to do this, you could face additional charges. … Read More

Federal Crimes: What People Need to Know

When people think about interactions with law enforcement, they are typically associating law enforcement with local officers and local or state crimes. However, some crimes are classified as federal crimes, which means that the federal government has jurisdiction over prosecution. If you have been charged with a federal crime, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side who … Read More

Crime of Uttering in Massachusetts

If you’ve never heard of the crime of uttering in Massachusetts, you’re not alone. While the word “uttering” as it pertains to the criminal code may be very unfamiliar, the actions that define uttering may be more common. At The Law Office of Paul R. Moraski, our experienced criminal defense attorney can represent you if you have been charged with … Read More

Accosting or Annoying Persons of the Opposite Sex in Massachusetts

Engaging in disorderly or harassing contact is not only inappropriate, but it may be a crime in Massachusetts. In fact, under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 272 Section 53, it is illegal to annoy or accost a person of the opposite sex. If you are facing charges for this crime, our skilled criminal defense attorney can help you to understand the … Read More

What Fireworks Are Illegal in Massachusetts?

Shooting off fireworks, some might argue, is an American tradition. Indeed, at least on the country’s birthday, seeing fireworks is common—if not expected. But while fireworks may feel patriotic, can be beautiful, and are often a festive and fun way to celebrate, they’re not always legal. And shooting off illegal fireworks can lead to penalties in our state. Here’s what … Read More