Case Results 2013

  • Pretrial probation pursuant to G.L. c. 276 §87 for man charged with Assault and Battery, Intimidation of a Witness, Threatening to Commit a Crime and Malicious Destruction of Property Over $250

    Waltham District Court: According to a detailed Weston, Massachusetts police report, on September 16, 2013 a motorist called the police after observing a woman walking in a troubled manner. The woman was barefoot, holding her right side and in severe pain. She had a bruised nose and a bloody lip. She reported that the defendant fought with her over a cell phone and computer during which he threw the items at her, hitting her, causing injury and damaging other property in the home. The defendant threatened to kill her if she called the police. The police interviewed the defendant who, in essence, gave the same story as the victim. Charges were brought. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get pretrial probation for all charges. Everything will be dismissed upon the completion of unsupervised probation.

  • Pretrial probation pursuant to G.L. c. 276 §87 for non-citizen charged with felony drug offense

    Lynn District Court: In July of 2000 members of the Saugus Police and other officers assigned to an Essex County Massachusetts Drug Task Force conducted an undercover drug investigation in North Shore clubs. There, with the assistance of a confidential informant the officers met up with the defendant, a suspected ecstasy dealer. Negotiations resulted in the purchase of a significant amount of this club drug by an undercover officer. The defendant was arrested and charged with distribution of drugs. Attorney Neyman secured pretrial probation for the man today. All charges will soon be dismissed. There will be no immigration consequences.

  • Assault and Battery Charges Against MIT Engineer Dismissed at Clerk's Hearing

    Newton District Court: Our client is an MIT phd. engineer from Korea. It was alleged that he assaulted a nineteen year old girl in her home, trying to kiss her and touch her inappropriately on more than one occasion. The girl complained to her mother who in turn contacted the police. An application for a criminal complaint charging assault and battery issued. Attorney Neyman defended the accused and was able to prevent the complaint from issuing.

  • Possession of a Weapon and Possession of Drug case against financial analyst to be Dismissed

    Worcester District Court: The prosecution alleged that on May 13, 2013 officers from the Auburn, Massachusetts police department were called for a report of a suspicious male in a parked vehicle. The officers investigated. While trying to assist the defendant, who they believed in peril, located a concealed weapon and some drugs. The man, a well known financial analyst was charged with these crimes and hired our office. Today, all matters were continued without a finding. Once probation is completed all charges will be dismissed. The man will have no criminal record.

  • Charges of Open and Gross Lewdness to be Dismissed

    Attleboro District Court: On July 10, 2013 police officers working the Kid Rock concert were directed to a man who was highly intoxicated. Witnesses photographed the man urinating on others attending the concert. Some of the victims were women. The man had several arrests and some convictions in the past for an assortment of crimes. All charges were continued without a finding. Once our client completes a minimal course of probation all charges will be dismissed. This will not be on his criminal record.

  • Charges of Purchasing Alcohol with a Fake Identification Card Dismissed Against College Student After Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    Boston Municipal Court: In an undercover capacity members of the Boston Police Department were conducting an investigation into the use of fake identification cards at local bars and restaurants. During the course of one of these operations officers observed a young woman they believed to be under the age of twenty-one drinking an alcoholic beverage at a restaurant/bar. The officers approached the girl and asked to see her ID. She presented them with a valid Pennsylvania identification card that portrayed someone other than herself in the photo. The girl was issued a citation and summonsed to the Boston Municipal Court for a Clerk Magistrate Hearing. Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed.

  • Pretrial Probation for Transvestite Prostitute Charged With Sexual Conduct for a Fee, All Charges to be Dismissed

    Malden District Court: On November 28, 2012 members of the Wakefield and Middlesex Regional Drug Task Forces took part in a prostitution investigation. They found a listing on backpage.com advertising sex for a fee and referencing the prostitute being a transvestite. Officers, acting undercover responded to the listing and knocked on a hotel room door where they were greeted by the defendant. Negotiations for sexual services were conducted after which the defendant was arrested. Attorney Neyman was hired. The defendant is not an American citizen and cannot afford a criminal conviction. As such, pretrial probation for a period of one year was negotiated. All charges are to be dismissed.

  • Charges of Photographing an Unsuspecting Person in the Nude Against Physical Therapist to be Dismissed

    Roxbury District Court: The prosecution alleged that on December 3, 2012 Boston Police were called to a local library on a complaint that a man was surreptitiously photographing women in a partial state of nudity. The officer confronted the man and seized his cell phone. A search warrant was obtained after which the photos on the phone were accessed. There were numerous images of unsuspecting females seen in the phone. Attorney Neyman was able to get the case continued without a finding until March at which time all charges will be dismissed.

  • Charges of Assault and Battery Against Electrical Engineer to be Dismissed

    Malden District Court: The prosecution alleged that on July 4, 2013 members of the Malden Police Department were dispatched to a home for a report of an assault and battery. The officers arrived and were met by several women who confirmed that the defendant, an electrical engineer living with these women, had struck one of the roommates during a dispute. The defendant was questioned by the police officers and admitted to having struck the victim. Attorney Neyman was retained by the defendant. Today, pretrial probation pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 276 Section 87 was imposed. The case will be dismissed in nine months.

  • Conviction for Drug Distribution Vacated on Behalf Man Facing Deportation

    Lynn District Court: In September of 2001 the defendant, with the assistance of another lawyer had a drug distribution case continued without a finding for a period of eleven months. Nearly twelve years later this man, a legal resident alien was arrested and held by federal authorities who had initiated deportation proceedings. The deportation efforts were the direct result of the 2001 drug case that is treated as a conviction by the immigration. The defendant's family retained Attorney Stephen Neyman to try to get the 2001 conviction vacated. After a series of motions before the original sentencing judge our office was able to vacate the conviction. Deportation is no longer an issue for this man.

  • Charges of Leaving the Scene With Property Damage to be Dismissed

    Haverhill District Court: The prosecutor contended that on March 19, 2013 Haverhill, Massachusetts police were called to a residential neighborhood after a motor vehicle crash was reported. It quickly became apparent to the officers that several cars had been damaged. A license plate was found at the scene. An investigation disclosed that the plate belonged to a car owned by a local electrician. The police visited with this individual and observed damage to his vehicle. The suspect admitted to being involved in the accident and leaving the scene. Our office was subsequently hired. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get this case continued without a finding. Provided the defendant remain free of criminal problems for the next several months the case will be dismissed.

  • Local College Student Avoids Arraignment, Gets Diversion for Possession of LSD

    Lawrence District Court: On September 27, 2013 an Andover, Massachusetts detective observed three individuals parked in a motor vehicle engaging in behavior consistent with illegal drug activity. The officer contacted the occupants of the car. He immediately saw marijuana in the car and ordered the driver and passengers out of the car. A subsequent search for additional drugs and weapons led to the discovery of a significant quantity of LSD. The driver, a local college student, immediately admitted that this substance was his. This individual was placed under arrest and charged with possession of a class A substance. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get pretrial diversion for the defendant. He was not arraigned and all charges will be dismissed in sixty days.

  • Charges of Drug Possession With the Intent to Distribute, Conspiracy and Resisting Arrest All to be Dismissed

    South Boston District Court: On February 22, 2013, a Massachusetts postal inspector notified Boston Police about a package suspected of containing drugs being delivered to a posh downtown Boston hotel. As a result, a canine sniff was performed. The dog hit on the package. The hotel was then contacted to see if the addressee was a registered guest. Hotel security was able to determine that there were several people listed for this room. Consequently a controlled delivery was arranged. Once the package was delivered the officers descended on the defendant. A search of the box disclosed over twenty-five pounds of marijuana. The defendant was arrested and in the process acted in a way that warranted charging Resisting Arrest in addition to the Possession With Intent to Distribute Marijuana charges. Today, Stephen Neyman was able to get the client a continuance without a finding. All charges will be dismissed in a few months.

  • Charges of Larceny Over $250 and Malicious Destruction to Property Over $250 Against Florida Woman Dismissed

    Dedham District Court: On July 10, 2012 officers from the Needham, Massachusetts Police Department responded to a call of vandalism and theft. When they arrived they saw many personal household items such as televisions, clothing and furniture destroyed. The occupant also reported several items worth in excess of two hundred fifty dollars stolen from the home. The victim quickly learned that his girlfriend had committed these acts and reported the same to the police. The girlfriend fled to Florida and was later apprehended. Attorney Stephen Neyman was hired to represent her. A trial was scheduled for today and our office was able to get all charges dismissed.

  • Arraignment on Assault and Battery Continued in Contemplation of Dismissal

    Plymouth District Court: The defendant was charged with Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon and summonsed to court. He hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent him. Unbeknownst to the court a cross-complaint was filed against the complainant. The cross-complainant did not appear in court. Our office succeeded in avoiding the arraignment. Negotiations with the prosecution are underway in an effort to have all charges dismissed prior to arraignment.

  • Cocaine Trafficking Sentence Reduced by More Than Ten Years After Drug Lab Scandal Irregularities Exposed

    Bristol County Superior Court Fall River: The defendant was originally convicted of Trafficking Cocaine in an amount that mandated a fifteen year sentence. Shortly after the Massachusetts Drug Lab scandal broke the defendant contacted Attorney Stephen Neyman. Our office learned that the drug certificates were signed by the chemist under scrutiny for falsifying drug testing results. Through a motion for a new trial we were able to get back into court and get the sentence reduced by more than ten years. The defendant will be eligible for parole shortly.

  • Operating Under the Influence Case Against Massachusetts Bank Executive to be Dismissed

    Newburyport District Court: The prosecution alleged that on July 19, 2013 a Massachusetts State Trooper was driving on Route 495 when he observed a car being driven by the defendant straddling lane lines and swerving. The office stopped the car and detected a strong odor of alcohol coming from the interior. The operator was unable to account for the erratic driving and admitted to drinking. She performed field sobriety tests that the officer claimed she failed. She then took a breathalyzer test and blew a .18. she further admitted to smoking marijuana. The case was continued without a finding pursuant to the 24D program. Once the client satisfies the probationary terms the matter will be dismissed. Her operating privileges have been restored.

  • Operating Without a License Charge Against Local Graduate Student Dismissed at Clerk's Hearing

    Roxbury District Court: The prosecution alleged that on May 17, 2013 the defendant was stopped by a Boston Police Officer for a Motor Vehicle violation. During the stop the officer learned that the defendant did not have a Massachusetts driver's license and that his car was not registered, both criminal offenses in Massachusetts. A Clerk's Hearing was scheduled. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to convince the clerk to dismiss the case. No complaint will issue.

  • Charges of Domestic Assault and Battery Against Pharmacy Student to be Dismissed

    Roxbury District Court: On February 10, 2013 Boston, Massachusetts police responded to a call for a domestic disturbance at an apartment building. The callers were outside of the building hearing a woman screaming. They were able to see a man chasing in the apartment and hearing her yell "get off of me". The responding officers also heard the screams. They went to the top floor of the apartment building and to the area from where the screams were coming. There, through an open door they saw the defendant on top of a woman struggling. The woman had bruising consistent with the officer's observations. The man, a local pharmacy student was arrested and charged with Domestic Assault and Battery. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the case continued without a finding. All charges will be dismissed in sixty days.

  • Charges of Larceny Over $250 by Single Scheme, Forgery of a Document and Uttering a False Writing Against Bank Employee to be Dismissed

    Dorchester District Court: A Boston Police special investigations unit and a security division of a major national bank started an investigation into thefts from the bank beginning in July of 2012 and continuing for several months. The investigation showed that an employee of the bank, the defendant, withdrew funds from a customer's account without that person's consent. The defendant also forged the customer's name and various bank forms and stole money from that customer and the bank totaling over seven thousand dollars. Attorney Neyman was able to get the case continued without a finding. Provided the client remain free of criminal trouble for the next year all charges will be dismissed.

  • Charges of Assault and Battery, Felony Larceny and Threats to Commit Murder dismissed after Clerk's Hearing

    Roxbury District Court: The prosecution alleged that in March of 2013 our client, an eighteen year old high school girl threatened to kill a particular person and struck this person. It was further alleged that the defendant had stolen two thousand three hundred dollars worth of jewelry and a significant amount of cash from a home where the complaining witness resided. The defendant was charged with Threatening to Commit a Crime, Larceny Over $250 and Assault and Battery. Today, Attorney Neyman succeeded in getting all charges dismissed at a Clerk's Hearing.

  • Indecent Assault and Battery on a Person Over Fourteen, Assault and Battery and Threats Charges Against Boston City Worker Dismissed

    Quincy District Court: Randolph, Massachusetts police reported that on May 23, 2011 they received a call from a woman claiming that a Boston Housing inspector who was inspecting her home sexually assaulted her. During the course of the inspection the man was caught going into her underwear drawer. She confronted him at which time he threatened to report housing violations if she did not perform sexual acts on him. The man then grabbed her breasts and started playing with his penis. The penis became erect and the man made more sexually aggressive overtures towards her. The man was charged with Indecent Assault and Battery, Assault and Battery and Threats. All charges were dismissed today.

  • Assault and Battery on a Police Officer, Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest Charges to be dismissed

    Boston Municipal Court: In 2007 uniformed police officers in downtown Boston encountered the defendant and another using profanity and pushing a crowd of people in an MBTA station. As the officers approached to investigate they observed the defendant throw a trash barrel and its contents into the street attempting to hit passing cars. When the officers tried to talk to the suspect he hit them in the chest and started to run. He was caught and fought attempts to place him in handcuffs. The defendant was charged with Assault and Battery on a police officer, Resisting Arrest and Disorderly Person. He defaulted on his court obligations and recently retained our office to remove the default. Today, all charges were continued without a finding. If the defendant remains free of legal trouble for the next year all charges will be dismissed.

  • Pretrial Probation for Aeronautical Engineer Accused of Felony Malicious Destruction to Property

    Boston Municipal Court: The defendant is a twenty seven year old aeronautical engineer who was charged with Malicious Destruction to Property Over $250, a felony in Massachusetts. The prosecution alleged that on March 23, 2013 the accused while inebriated destroyed parking lot gates and harassed people on the streets. When the police arrived he tried to flee the scene. He was apprehended and hired our office to defend him. Today Attorney Neyman was able to get the man pretrial probation. The matter will not be prosecuted if the defendant stays out of trouble for the next year.

  • Cocaine Trafficking Charges reduced and to be dismissed

    Waltham District Court: On August 25, 2011 armed with an arrest warrant Watertown, Massachusetts police set up surveillance looking for a man with whom the defendant had associated. When the target of the warrant appeared at the anticipated location officers saw the defendant driving closely behind him. The vehicles made counter-surveillance movements and met up a short distance away. There, officers witnessed a drug transaction. The defendant and other man were apprehended. Officers found fourteen grams of cocaine and a substantial amount of money. Both were charged with Trafficking Cocaine. Attorney Neyman was able to get the trafficking charges reduced and had the case continued without a finding. All charges will be dismissed in one year.

  • Drug Charges, Possession With Intent to Distribute Class A, Conspiracy, School Zone Violation Against New York Man Dismissed

    Quincy District Court: According to a Braintree Police Department report on August 9, 2011, based on an informant's tip, police officers set up surveillance activities on a Braintree, Massachusetts street. At approximately 1:35 p.m. officers saw a particular vehicle enter the area of concern. The car had been identified by the informant as the vehicle used by the defendant to deliver drugs. Surveillance continued. Officers saw the driver, the defendant, deliver drugs to known drug users. One of the users to whom the accused sold drugs was stopped by the officers. This person identified the defendant as having just sold him drugs. Officers found drugs in this person's possession and recognized the package as the item the defendant passed to this person. The surveillance team followed the defendant and arrested him. In his possession the police found proceeds from the drug deal. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed.

  • Case Charging Local Wine Saleswoman With Leaving the Scene With Personal Injury Dismissed After Clerk's Hearing

    Dorchester District Court: According to a Boston Police report on May 19, 2013 officers were called to a reported accident in the Dorchester area of the city. There they met with a woman who claimed that she had just been in an accident. Her car was damaged and she complained of a personal injury. The accused was located a few blocks from the scene. The accused spoke with the police and admitted to being involved in the accident. A Clerk's Hearing was scheduled. Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed at the Clerk's Hearing. No criminal complaint will issue.

  • Domestic Assault and Battery Case Against Government Contractor Dismissed

    Salem District Court: The police reported that on May 10, 2013 officers were dispatched to a Salem, Massachusetts home for a call involving Domestic Violence. Officers were met by the complaining witness who stated that the defendant struck her and fled the home. The defendant was found hiding outside of the home and was arrested. Attorney Neyman scheduled the case for a short trial date. Today, the case was dismissed.

  • Charges of Secretly Videotaping Person Partially Nude Against College Student Dismissed

    Malden District Court: The prosecution alleged that the defendant, a college student secretly placed a video recording device in a room where he expected females to change their clothes. For a period of time the device captured women in a state of partial nudity. One of the women learned that she had been videotaped while undressed. She called the police and an investigation commenced. Several victims were located during the investigation. Several people saw the recordings and recognized the women as well. The defendant was confronted by the police and admitted to the activity. Today, Attorney Neyman succeeded in getting the case dismissed.

  • Charges of Home Invasion, Armed Burglary, Assault and Battery and Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon Dismissed

    Marlborough District Court: On February 16, 2013 Marlborough, Massachusetts police officers responded to an apartment for a call that someone had broken into a home and assaulted its occupants. The occupants reported to the police that the defendant, a Sudbury, Massachusetts businessman had kicked in a window, entered the property, grabbed and punched the female occupant and chased the male occupant into the parking lot. The suspect fled and was apprehended nearby by the police. Charges of Home Invasion, Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon, Armed Burglar and more were filed. After a series of court appearances involving various pretrial motions Attorney Stephen Neyman succeeded in getting all charged dismissed.

  • Drug Distribution Charges Against Local Restaurant Manager Continued Without a Finding, School Zone Dismissed

    Lowell District Court: On December 2, 2012 members of the Lowell, Massachusetts Department acting in an undercover capacity observed a vehicle being driven by the defendant being operated in an erratic manner. The officer pulled the car over and immediately smelled a strong odor of unburnt marijuana coming from the car. When they made contact with the operator, a local restaurant manager, they saw in plain view drug distribution paraphernalia. Specifically, the police saw packaging materials and a digital scale. The defendant was arrested and charged with Possession With Intent to Distribute narcotics and a Massachusetts School Zone Violation. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the School Zone Charges dismissed and the remaining Massachusetts Drug Charges continued without a finding. All charges will be dismissed shortly.

  • Charges of Drug Possession Against Boston, Massachusetts EMT to be Dismissed

    West Roxbury District Court: On October 13, 2012 members of the Boston Police Department Drug Control Unit were conducting surveillance in an area of Boston known for excessive drug activity. The officers observed the defendant parked in his car making several cell phone calls. The police noticed that the suspect was scratching his face in a manner consistent with opiate users. The officers then followed the car and observed the suspect making contact with occupants of another vehicle. The manner in which this occurred led officers to believe that they had just witnessed a drug transaction. The vehicle was stopped and the occupant, a Boston EMT was found in Possession of Heroin. The defendant was charged with drug crimes. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get Pretrial Probation for the defendant. Provided he remain drug free for one year all charges will be dismissed.

  • Charges of Larceny Over $250 Against 54 Year Twin Sisters Dismissed After Clerk's Hearing

    Salem District Court: The prosecution alleged that police in Salem, Massachusetts responded to a call for a theft at a local retail store. When they arrived they were met by store security officers who had detained two women, fifty-four twin sisters who had allegedly stolen over one thousand dollars of merchandise. The twins were apprehended after leaving the store with the property. They were summonsed to appear for a Clerk's Hearing and for Larceny Over Two Hundred Fifty Dollars, a felony in Massachusetts. Our office represented the women at the hearing and succeeded in getting all charges dismissed.

  • Operating With a Suspended License Case Dismissed at Clerk's Hearing

    Roxbury District Court: The defendant is the human resource director at a major international bank. On the date of the incident the defendant struck a city bus with her car. The police were called to the scene and noticed that the driver was operating on an expired license. She was summonsed to the Roxbury District Court for a Clerk's Hearing. Attorney Neyman was able to get the charges dismissed at the hearing.

  • OUI, Drunk Driving Case Against Business Owner Dismissed

    Boston Municipal Court: The prosecution alleged that at 2:15 a.m. Boston Police Officers observed a motor vehicle fail to stop at a red light at the Charles Street Circle. Officers followed the car outbound onto Storrow Drive and effectuated a stop of the car. The police immediately smelled a strong odor of alcohol coming from the interior of the car and from the operator's breath. The operator then failed various Field Sobriety Tests that were administered. A breathalyzer reading showed a .10. Today Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed.

  • Felony Larceny Charges Against Software Executive Dismissed at Clerk's Hearing

    Boston Municipal Court: The prosecution alleged that on March 2, 2013 loss prevention at a downtown Boston posh clothing store observed a woman enter a dressing room with clothing valued at significantly more than one thousand dollars. The woman exited the dressing room carrying fewer clothes than she had entered with. Store security quickly determined that the woman had concealed some merchandise. The woman was followed out of the store. The police were called and an ensuing investigation disclosed that the woman had in fact stolen clothing valued at more than one thousand dollars. A summons issued for the woman for a Clerk Magistrate's Hearing. She was charged with a felony. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed.

  • Felony Drug Charges Against Chemist, Distribution of Class A, Distribution of Class B and Conspiracy to be Dismissed

    South Boston District Court: The defendant is a chemist with a masters degree in chemistry from a prestigious local university. The prosecution alleged that on August 5, 2012 members of the Boston Police Department Drug Control Unit were monitoring a parking lot where an abundance of drug activity had been occurring. The defendant was observed engaging in behavior consistent with drug trafficking activity. Officers observed him making several phone calls and looking around the parking lot. They eventually saw him enter a car and participate in a drug transaction. The defendant was observed leaving that car and entering another car where yet more drug activity was seen. An arrest was made charging the defendant with Trafficking Class B and Trafficking Class A drugs. Attorney Neyman was able to keep the case in the district court where the trafficking charges were dismissed and reduced to felony distribution charges. Today, our office succeeded in getting all charges continued without a finding.

  • Case Dismissed Against Local Businessman Charged With Unnatural Acts

    Lynn District Court: The prosecution alleged that on September 15, 2012 shortly after midnight police officers observed a known Heroin user soliciting males in Lynn, Massachusetts. The woman was seen getting into a car being driven by our client, a local businessman. The police followed the car and saw it park in a remote section of a parking lot adjacent to a Dunkin Donuts. The officer then saw the defendant and the woman getting into the backseat of the car. He approached and found our client with his pants down to his knees getting oral sex. He was charged with Unnatural Acts, a felony in Massachusetts. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the case dismissed.

  • Drug Charges Against Quincy, Massachusetts Chef Dismissed After Successful Motion to Suppress

    Framingham District Court: The defendant is a chef at a restaurant in Quincy, Massachusetts who, after being arrested and charged with Felony Drug Crimes in Framingham hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent him. In January of this year our office won a Motion to Suppress an illegal Search and Seizure in this case. As a result, today the district attorney had no choice but to nolle prosse the case. All charges have been dismissed.

  • Waltham, Massachusetts Businessman Receives Pretrial Probation For Domestic Assault and Battery, Charges to be Dismissed in Three Months

    Framingham District Court: The prosecution alleged that on June 4, 2012 at 10:00 p.m. Natick, Massachusetts police officers were dispatched to an apartment for a domestic disturbance. They arrived to find the victim who complained that she had been struck by the defendant during an argument over how baby food was being prepared. The officers observed injuries to the victim's lips and noticed some bleeding. A contemporaneous 911 call supported the victim's complaints and neighbors were available as witnesses to certain critical aspects of the incident. Today, Attorney Neyman succeeded in getting three months pretrial probation for the client pursuant to M.G.L. c. 276 section 87. All charges will be dismissed and the defendant will have no criminal record.

  • Charges of Assault and Battery, Disorderly Conduct and Assault and Battery on a Police Office to be Dismissed

    Newburyport District Court: The prosecution alleged that on February 17, 2013 plain clothed police officers in Newburyport, Massachusetts heard a loud argument outside of a bar. When they approached they observed a man beating another man. The officers intervened and tried to subdue the man they perceived to be the aggressor. The man began yelling profanities at the officers and threatened them as well. He was arrested and taken to the police station. There, he threatened another police officer and spit in the officer's face. He was charged with Assault and Battery on a Police Officer, Assault and Battery and Disorderly Person. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the case continued without finding for six months. On September 25, 2013 all charges will be dismissed.

  • Charges of Sex For a Fee Against Local Business Owner Dismissed

    Boston Municipal Court: The prosecution alleged that our client was caught in a sting operation. Local police working on a regional task force placed advertisements in backpage.com offering sexual services. Our client, a local business owner, married and with a family responded to one of the listings and agreed to meet a woman identifying herself as a nineteen year old offering sexual services for money. In fact, the woman was an undercover local police officer. Our client and the woman agreed to a price and a place to meet and consummate the deal. Once our client arrived he was arrested and charged with Sex For a Fee. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the case dismissed on court costs.

  • Carrying a Dangerous Weapon on School Property Case Against Juvenile to be Dismissed

    Chelsea District Court (Juvenile Session): The defendant is a sixteen year old freshman who attended a local high school. During school hours authorities learned that he was carrying a large knife and that he had gang involvement. The police were called and charges were filed. The defendant's family retained Attorney Stephen Neyman to defend the boy. Today, all charges were continued without a finding. The case will be dismissed in one year if the boy remains free from trouble.

  • Charges of Unlawfully Abducting a Person for Sex or Prostitution Dismissed, Charges of Child Enticement to be Dismissed

    Boston Municipal Court: On August 16, 2012 members of the Boston Police Department set up an investigation into Human Trafficking in Suffolk County. An online operation was created using a young looking Asian female advertising on backpage.com for sexual services. The woman claimed to be fifteen years old and quickly received over fifty solicitations for sex. One of the replies came from a master's candidate in a local well regarded university engineering program. The man arranged to meet with the girl and identified to her what clothing he would be wearing. A fee was negotiated as well through over sixty emails. Surveillance officers watched as the man approached a location designated for the meeting. Once the man was recognized he was stopped and detained. Officers called his cell phone confirming their identification of the man. Charges of Unlawfully Abducting a Person for Sex or Prostitution and Child Enticement were filed. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the first charge dismissed outright. The remaining charge was continued without a finding. Successful completion of the probation will result in a dismissal of the case.

  • Larceny Under $250 Complaint Does Not Issue after Clerk's Hearing

    Lawrence District Court: The defendant is a local high school senior who was at a local department store. She ended up taking various items that totaled less than two hundred dollars. As she was attempting to exit the store security personnel contacted and detained her. The police arrived and an application for a complaint was served on the girl. Today at the Clerk's Hearing Attorney Neyman convinced the magistrate not to issue a complaint.

  • Charges of Open and Gross Lewdness Against College Student to be Dismissed

    Worcester District Court: The district attorney alleged that on November 2, 2012 at 2:30 p.m. a Worcester Police Officer was dispatched to a local supermarket for a report of an indecent exposure. The officer contacted the victim who told him that a man was masturbating in his car while looking directly at her. Officers approached the suspect who was removed from his car. He was wearing sweatpants that fell to the ground when he exited the car. The man was not wearing underpants. The defendant was identified by the woman and an arrest was made. Today, Attorney Stephen Neyman was able to get the charges continued without a finding. Once the probationary period ends the charges will be dismissed.

  • Restraining Order Issued Against Fitness Trainer Vacated

    Plymouth District Court: The defendant is a female fitness trainer who had been dating a married police officer for several months. The relationship became serious and the officer's family members learned what had been happening. The officer sought to terminate the relationship in order to save his marriage and possibly his job. To do this he took out Restraining Order against the woman. Our office was hired to go into court and try to vacate the Restraining Order. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to have the order vacated thereby lifting all restrictions that had been imposed on our client.

  • Charges of Possession With the Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Drug Conspiracy, Against Tyngsborough, Massachusetts Man to be Dismissed

    Lowell District Court: In June of 2012 an investigation involving a Marijuana Trafficking Conspiracy commenced in Tyngsborough, Massachusetts. A local postal inspector called the police when he learned that a thirty three year old man was shipping large amounts of cash to California and Nevada. The inspector also noticed that the defendant was frequently picking up boxes. A drug sniffing dog confirmed that the packages mailed to our client contained marijuana. The police established surveillance at the postal station and observed the defendant entering the facility. The officers searched the defendant's car and found large amounts of marijuana in a duffel bag. The marijuana and large quantities of cash were seized. Additional packages containing marijuana and addressed to the defendant were seized as well. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the case continued without a finding. If the defendant does not get into trouble with Ferthe criminal legal system for the next two years the charges will be dismissed.

  • Felony Larceny Charges Against Bank Comptroller to be Dismissed

    Hingham District Court: Our client is the comptroller at a major bank located in Boston. Larceny charges were brought against him just before Christmas. It was alleged that the client stole goods valued in excess of two hundred fifty dollars, a felony in Massachusetts. Today Attorney Stephen Neyman was able to get the client pretrial probation. All charges will be dismissed upon the termination of the probationary period, six months.

  • Successful Restitution Hearing Ensures That Client Will Not Have to Pay Complainant for Damages and Losses After Breaking and Entering

    Concord District Court: Our office succeeded in getting a continuance without a finding for a client accused of breaking and entering into a neighbor's home, stealing her jewelry and pawning it in a neighboring town. A hearing to determine the amount of restitution was ordered. Today, it was determined that our client owes nothing. The underlying case will be dismissed if the client remains free from criminal legal trouble during the continuance period.

  • Heroin Trafficking, Conspiracy Charges Dismissed Against Milford, Massachusetts Woman, Possession With Intent to Distribute Class A to be Dismissed

    Milford District Court: In March of 2012 an informant told Massachusetts State Police Officers that an individual, one of the co-defendants had been selling Class A drugs in Massachusetts. Surveillance was established to corroborate the representations of the informant. Once verified the officers acted on additional tips. This time they saw the woman, our client actively engaged in the distribution of narcotics with the co-defendant, her boyfriend. The officers confronted our client and located a significant amount of a Class A substance, sufficient to satisfy the Trafficking threshold. Our client and two others were arrested and charged with Trafficking Class a Class A Substance and Conspiracy to Violate the Controlled Substances Act. Today, Attorney Neyman succeeded in getting the Trafficking and Conspiracy charges dismissed. A charge of Possession With the Intent to Distribute Drugs was continued without a finding. If the defendant remains free from trouble that charge too will be dismissed.

  • Case of Open and Gross Lewdness to be Dismissed Against Newburyport Car Dealer

    Dedham District Court: The prosecution alleged that on July 22, 2012 a Massachusetts State Police Officer entered a Westwood, Massachusetts rest area to investigate a possible stolen car matter. While there, the officer decided to go into the bathroom to see what if any other activity might be occurring at that location. Upon his entry into the bathroom the officer saw the defendant with his penis in another man's mouth. A complaint for Open and Gross Lewdness issued. The accused had a prior offense that had been continued without a finding in 1996. Today, Attorney Stephen Neyman succeeded in getting this case continued without a finding. If the defendant remains free from criminal legal trouble the matter will be dismissed.

  • Charges of Failure to Register as a Sex Offender to be Dismissed

    Cambridge District Court: The prosecution alleged that on April 3, 2012 a Belmont Police Officer was conducting an audit of sex offender registration in that town. He learned that the defendant's registration had expired four days earlier and that he had not registered with another city or town. The officer followed up with the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board and learned the same to be reflected with their records. The defendant had a criminal record that exceeded the predicate sex offense. It included Assaults and Drug cases. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the case continued without a finding. If the defendant remains free from criminal problems during the probationary period the case will be dismissed.

  • Charges of Violation of a Restraining Order to be Dismissed

    Brookline District Court: On November 9, 2012 a Brookline, Massachusetts Police Officer was dispatched to take a report for a Violation of a Restraining Order. The officer met with the victim who stated that she had a restraining order against her former boyfriend. The order was in fact in existence. The victim complained that the defendant had been contacting her for several weeks all in violation of the order. A criminal complaint issued. The defendant was arrested on a warrant and hired our office. Today, we succeeded in getting the case resolved by a continuance without a finding. Absent any criminal legal problems this case will be dismissed.

  • Unlawful Abduction of a Person for Prostitution Case Dismissed Against Computer Engineer

    Boston Municipal Court: In mid-August 2012, members of the Boston Family Justice Unit, Human Trafficking Division conducted an operation seeking people using the internet for illicit sexual purposes. Officers set up a phony backpage.com ad soliciting men looking for girls under the age of sixteen. This ad listed the girl as being fifteen years old. A twenty four year old local college graduate student/engineer responded to the ad asking for full service sexual gratification. In total, sixty two emails were exchanged. An arrangement was made for the suspect to meet with the "girl". Officers observed our client at the meeting location and identified him as the person engaged in the email exchanges. He was charged with Enticement of a Minor for Sex. Today, Attorney Neyman succeeded in getting that charge dismissed.

  • Charges of Kidnapping Minor by a Relative Dismissed Prior to Arraignment

    Brockton District Court: The office of the district attorney and Bridgewater, Massachusetts police alleged that on August 31, 2012, our client, a nurse residing in Montana had kidnapped her thirteen year old son and refused to permit her ex-husband his lawfully custody of the child. Unbeknownst to the accused, a warrant issued against her. She was eventually contacted by Montana police and told of the existence of the warrant and pending criminal charges. The defendant hired Attorney Stephen Neyman. Attorney Neyman arranged for the woman's voluntary return to Massachusetts and was able to get the charges dismissed prior to arraignment.

  • Motion to Suppress Search and Seizure Revealing Drugs Allowed After Hearing

    Framingham District Court: Natick, Massachusetts Police alleged that on August 13, 2012 one of their officers was dispatched to a local car dealership for a call of a burglary in progress. One of the store employees reported that he saw some Asian males stealing car parts. The officer arrived, gun drawn and ordered the defendant and his accomplice to the ground. He then searched the suspects and the car that they had arrived in. Found in the car's console was a quantity of Marijuana consistent with distribution. Attorney Neyman filed and argued a Motion to Suppress. The motion was allowed and all drugs found as a result of the unlawful search were suppressed.

  • Case Charging Local College Student With Procuring Alcohol for Minors Dismissed Prior to Arraignment

    Roxbury District Court: The defendant is a local college student in his third year. On September 22, 2012 members of the local campus police and the Boston Police conducted a surveillance operation designed to reveal the identity of students providing alcohol to students under the age of twenty one. One of the people identified and caught during the commission of this crime contacted our office once he received his summons for arraignment. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the case dismissed prior to arraignment.

Client Reviews
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In less than two months Stephen Neyman got my old conviction vacated. I now have no criminal record
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