Police Brutality in Boston

Across the nation, people have taken to the streets in recent months to protest police brutality. In July of 2016 alone, more than 1,000 demonstrated against police brutality on a single day in the city of Boston in an event organized by Mass Action Against Police Brutality. The issue is becoming of great concern as the number of police shootings … Read More

The Second OUI/DUI Arrest – What You Need to Know

Being arrested and convicted of an OUI, often called a DUI, is not only scary; it can have a big effect on your future. But what is even worse than a first DUI arrest and conviction is a second DUI arrest and conviction. If you are arrested for your second DUI in Massachusetts, here is a look into what you … Read More

DUI Checkpoints In Massachusetts – What You Need To Know

Most people understand that if they are driving on Massachusetts’ roads and they perform a dangerous or illegal maneuver, a police officer has probable cause to pull them over, and will likely to do so. If the person is intoxicated at the time, a police officer can ask them to submit to a breathalyzer test, and arrest them for a … Read More

The Criminal Law Process – What Happens After Arrest?

If you are arrested in Massachusetts, understanding the criminal process and what happens next is absolutely essential; if you don’t know what to expect and how the process works, you may be unaware of your rights during it. Here is a look into what happens after arrest in Massachusetts:

False Sexual Assault Accusation

Being accused of committing sexual assault is a very serious allegation. Further, even if the accusation is false, if there is any evidence against you whatsoever – including the testimony of the supposed “victim” – fighting charges may be very difficult, and you may find yourself behind bars. If you have been falsely accused of a sexual assault crime in … Read More

Cyber Bullying

Bullying has been around for ages, but today there is a new twist to the old formula known as cyber bullying. Many states already have laws in place that punish people guilty of bullying, however some states don’t have any provisions in place that include cyber bullying…yet. Law makers are actively trying to update old laws to include new technologies … Read More

Appeals Tips

Thinking of representing yourself in court? It is your right… However, it is our pleasure. If you aren’t familiar with the ins and outs of the law, that is ever-changing, then it’s not unlike kayaking down Niagara Falls for the first time, alone, with no experience. You will likely be usurped by a wall of white water. As would be … Read More

Should I Plea My OUI?

Sometimes after reviewing the facts of your OUI Case, it becomes time to minimize the damage and work out a good Plea Deal in your case. Even though I emphasize the Trial Phase in OUI Cases, there are times where it is just a waste of your money and time, by taking your case to trial. Not to mention the … Read More