Assault and Battery Cases-Worcester

Those facing assault and battery cases in Massachusetts may benefit from a lack of  police conducted out of court identification procedures, when the identity of the perpetrator is in dispute.  For instance, under Commonwealth v. Crayton, it was held that:

  • Where an eyewitness has not participated before trial in an identification procedure;
  • The in-court procedure will be treated as a one-on-one showup; &
  • The in-court identification will only be admitted into evidence where there is good reason for its admission.

As a result, whenever facing assault and battery cases in Massachusetts, it is important to contact an attorney who knows how to help you. Contact Attorney Shane W. Surrette at (774) 364-4605 or at shane@swslawoffice.com today.

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