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Month: May 2017

DUI Massachusetts-Worcester, MA

To proceed on an under the influence of alcohol theory in Massachusetts, the Commonwealth must show that the defendant operated a motor vehicle, on a public way, while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. The question that often arises is, what evidence has been shown that the person has consumed enough liquor to impair his or her ability to drive…

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Worcester MA Attorneys, Worcester, Mass.

If you are convicted of a felony in Massachusetts, you will have to provide a DNA sample to the Commonwealth.  This DNA sample will then be entered into a DNA database where a search will take place to see if the DNA matches up against DNA recovered from unsolved crimes. At the present time in Massachusetts, you don’t have to…

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Criminal Defense Attorney Massachusetts-Worcester, MA

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court will apply a four factor test to determine whether or not a side yard is a constitutionally protected area within the multifamily and apartment context.  This applies to whether or not the police will need a search warrant or exigent circumstances before searching those particular locations.  The four factors include: proximity of the location to…

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OUI Lawyer-Worcester, Mass.

A police officer who makes an arrest for OUI in Massachusetts, may testify that the person was under the influence of alcohol.  The police offiicer may not testify, however, that the arrestee’s: impairment; or intoxication; rendered her unable to operate a motor vehicle. An opinion by a police officer in an OUI trial on the ultimate issue of guilt or…

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