Case Results 2018

  • Worcester District Court: Pretrial Diversion Granted for Graduate Student Charged with Disorderly Conduct, Trespass, Disturbing the Peace and Resisting Arrest

    The defendant is a graduate student with a 4.0 GPA. On April 6, 2018 she was in line at a club in Worcester. She and her friends were denied entry as one of the security staff believed one of the friends to be intoxicated. The group began to argue with the staff and a police officer was called. The officer alleged that the defendant refused to leave the premises and began arguing with the officer. She was advised to leave the property again by the officer. She refused and threatened to hire a lawyer and complained that her rights were being violated. Once the officer determined that the woman was not going to leave he went to arrest her. She resisted. She was ultimately charged with disorderly conduct, G.L. c. 272 Section 53, trespass, G.L. c. 266 Section 120, disturbing the peace, G.L. c. 272 Section 53 and resisting arrest, G.L. c. 268 Section 32B. Attorney Neyman was hired to represent the woman. Our office was able to get pretrial diversion pursuant to G.L. c. 276A prior to arraignment. The case is dismissed.

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  • Cambridge District Court: Felony Charges of Malicious Destruction to Property Over $250 do not Issue

    The defendant is a high-ranking executive at a well-known tech firm in the greater Boston area. On January 10, 2018 he was crossing the street at a crosswalk and was involved in an incident where he was almost struck by a car. After an exchange of words the defendant then kicked the front passenger side of the person's car. The vehicle sustained damage and the police were called to investigate. The defendant was summonsed for a clerk magistrate hearing for a charge of malicious destruction to property, a felony under G.L. c. 266 Section 127. Attorney Neyman was hired. Prior to the hearing Attorney Neyman, with the assistance of a very compassionate detective and the victim was able to work this case out and avoid court. No complaint issued.

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  • Somerville District Court: Charges of Possession With Intent to Distribute Cocaine to be Dismissed

    The defendant is a twenty-four year old construction worker with superior court convictions for violent crimes. On September 8, 2017 undercover police officers in Medford, Massachusetts were conducting a surveillance of a parking lot where a significant number of drug transactions had been reported. These officers knew the defendant from past encounters and knew him to sell drugs. They observed the defendant drive into the parking lot and make contact with occupants of another vehicle. The defendant then entered that vehicle and made movements suggesting a transfer of an object for another object. The experience of these officers suggested a drug transaction was underway. They got out of their undercover vehicle and approached the vehicle the defendant had entered. Upon reaching the vehicle they observed the defendant in possession of a large quantity of a white powdery substance they believed to be cocaine. He was arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute a class B substance, cocaine. This is a crime under G.L. c. 94C Section 32A. Attorney Neyman was able to get the case continued without a finding. There will be no conviction once the probationary period is over and the defendant will not having a loss of license.

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  • Roxbury District Court: Charges of Distributing Obscene Matter do not Issue after Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    In February of this year Boston, Massachusetts police responded to a call from a domestic assault at a local apartment. They met up with the defendant who had been assaulted by his girlfriend. The man spoke with the police and after complaining of the assault admitted to distributing snapchat videos of the woman. His statement resulted in him being charged with a violation of G.L. c. 272 Section 29, distributing obscene material. This is a felony in Massachusetts. A clerk magistrate hearing was scheduled for today. Our office was able to get this charge dismissed.

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  • Waltham District Court: Charges of Operating Unlicensed and Operating Uninsured Dismissed at Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant is an investment banker with a high profile job in Boston. Several weeks ago he was stopped during a routine motor vehicle. It was quickly determined that the man did not have a valid driver's license and that the car he was driving was not insured. He was summonsed to a clerk magistrate hearing charged with violations of G.L. c. 90 Section 10 and G.L. c. 90 Section 34J. Our office was hired to represent the accused. Today, we were able to get all charges dismissed.

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  • East Boston District Court: Gun Possession and Improper Storage Charges Against Maine Man Dismissed Prior to Arraignment

    The defendant is from Maine. He lawfully purchased a gun in that state. On January 20, 2018 the defendant drove to Boston to pick up a family member at the airport. He parked in a lot and went inside the terminal to wait. While driving home he realized that his truck had been broken into and that the weapon had been stolen. He reported the theft to the police. He was subsequently charged with violating G.L. c. 140 Section 141 improper storage of a firearm and improper storage of a high capacity weapon. He hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent him. Today, Attorney Neyman successfully got the charges dismissed prior to arraignment.

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  • Boston Municipal Court: Charges of Minor in Possession of Alcohol and Failure to Identify Against College Student Dismissed After Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant is a junior at a local prestigious university. The prosecution alleged that undercover police officers at the Boston Garden observed the woman purchasing alcohol at a concession stand. Believing her to be underaged the officers approached and inquired about her age. The woman, who was twenty at the time lied about her name and age and provided false identification to the police. The police confiscated the alcohol and identification card and summonsed the student to court for a violation of G.L. c. 138 Section 34C, minor in possession of alcohol and G.L. c. 138 Section 34B refusing to identify self to authority. A clerk magistrate hearing was scheduled. Today, our office succeeded in getting the clerk magistrate not to issue the complaint.

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  • Lynn District Court: Personal Recognizance for Man Charged With Domestic Assault and Battery

    Over the weekend the defendant and his girlfriend were out celebrating St. Patrick's Day at a local bar. The girlfriend became jealous as several women showed interest in the defendant. The two argued. The argument escalated when the two went back to their apartment. The dispute became violent and the police were called to the home. The victim claimed that the defendant beat her and kicked her. She was taken to the hospital where it was discovered that she had a broken rib and punctured lung. Our client was arrested and charged with domestic assault and battery under G.L. c. 265 Section 13M. After a bail hearing our office was able to get the defendant released on personal recognizance.

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  • Roxbury District Court: Charges of Larceny and Kidnapping Dismissed

    In February of 2017 a woman contacted a friend asking for a ride home from a shopping center. The friend arrived in a car being driven by her boyfriend, the defendant. The victim alleged that she was locked in the car and taken to a remote location where the defendant and the friend demanded money and property from the woman. The two succeeded in obtaining the property and the victim escaped. She reported the incident to the police and after identifying the defendant in a photo array an arrest was made. Among other things, the defendant was charged with larceny, G.L. c. 266 Section 30 and Kidnapping, G.L. c. 265 Section 26. Today, Attorney Stephen Neyman was able to get all charged dismissed.

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  • Woburn District Court: Charges of Operating Uninsured and Unregistered Vehicle Against Medical Student Dismissed Prior to Arraignment

    In late November, 2017 the defendant was stopped at a light. A Massachusetts State Trooper made a routine query of the license plates and learned that the vehicle was not insured, nor was it registered. The driver was given a summons for a clerk magistrate hearing charging violations of G.L. c. 90 Section 34 and G.L. c. 90 Section 23. The defendant missed the hearing and a criminal complaint issued. The defendant then hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent her. Attorney Neyman advanced the case and succeeded in getting all charged dismissed prior to arraignment.

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  • Milford District Court: Felony Charges of Larceny Over $250 Against Non-Citizen Defendants Dismissed

    The defendant is a non-citizen who has been accused of scamming elderly persons throughout the country. Our office represents this person and several of his family members on this case and other similar cases throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The scam is initiated by someone calling an elderly person claiming to be a lawyer for a grandchild. The scheme is well planned. The perpetrators know the identity of the grandchildren, their address and age. The victims are told that the grandchild is in great trouble and in need of money for bail or legal fees. Money then gets wired in the form of gift cards to a specific electronic address. There, it is accessed or retrieved by the perpetrators. Subsequently, the defendants are identified when they are videotaped using the gift cards. The charges in this case were larceny over $250, G.L. c. 266 Section 30 and receiving stolen property, G.L. c. 266 Section 60. Today, our office succeeded in getting this case dismissed.

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  • West Roxbury District Court: Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon Charges do not Issue After Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    On September 9, 2017 members of the Boston Police Department were dispatched to a residence after an emergency call for a fight. Upon arrival officers were met by the victim who claimed that after a heated dispute our client attacked him with a knife. There were visible injuries consistent with the victim's story. Rather than issue an arrest warrant the police opted to file an application for a criminal complaint charging the defendant with assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon in violation of G.L. c. 265 Section 15A. Attorney Stephen Neyman was hired to represent the defendant. Today, after a clerk magistrate hearing no complaint issued.

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  • Taunton District Court: Charges of Possession of Class B Drug do not Issue After Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    On February 2, 2018 a Taunton, Massachusetts police officer made a routine stop of a motor vehicle after the car made an illegal turn. When the officer approached the driver he noticed the man nervously manipulating objects in his hand, glove box and center console. The officer illuminated his light at which time the driver made an abrupt gesture that appeared to be threatening to the officer. The driver was removed from the car and searched. He was found in possession of crack cocaine and charged with possession of a class B drug, G.L. c. 94C Section 34 and conspiracy to violate the Massachusetts drug laws, G.L. c. 94C Section 40. A clerk magistrate hearing was scheduled. Attorney Neyman appeared and convinced the clerk not to issue the complaint.

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  • Newburyport District Court: Drug Possession Charges Against Local Professional Do Not Issue After Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant is a professional and principle in a very well know Boston company. On November 18, 2017 Newburyport, Massachusetts police received a call for a woman having a seizure and in need of medical assistance. The responding officers tried to stabilize the woman while waiting for an ambulance to arrive. The woman had no identification on her person however officers were able to ascertain her identification by accessing her wallet in her pocketbook. While doing so the officers located a substance they believed to be methamphetamine. The woman was taken to the hospital and eventually summonsed to court for possession of drugs in violation of G.L. c. 94C Section 34. Attorney Neyman was hired. Today, at a clerk magistrate hearing we were able to convince the clerk not to issue the complaint.

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  • Haverhill District Court: Charges of Domestic Assault and Battery Dismissed

    The defendant and the victim live together and have three children together. On October 21, 2017 Haverhill, Massachusetts police officers were dispatched to the victim's workplace for a report of an assault. They arrived to find the defendant arguing with her boyfriend, the victim. An independent witness advised the officers that the woman struck the man several times. She confirmed this when questioned by the police. The woman was charged with domestic assault and battery in violation of G.L. c 265 Section 13M. Attorney Neyman was hired and today was able to get the case dismissed.

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  • Woburn District Court: Charges of Felony Shoplifting do not Issue After Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant is a non-citizen professional woman. The prosecution claimed that on January 14, 2018 Burlington, Massachusetts police were contacted by loss prevention at a local Macy's store. The store employees had detained a woman whom they had observed stealing several items valued at hundreds of dollars. The woman admitted to the police that she had in fact stolen these items. She was charged with felony shoplifting in violation of G.L. c. 266 Section 30A. This woman is not a citizen and any adverse outcome could have resulted in deportation. Attorney Neyman represented the woman at a clerk magistrate hearing today. No charges issued.

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  • Woburn District Court: Pretrial Probation for Non-Citizen Charged With Three Felony Theft Crimes

    The defendant is a non-citizen working towards her Masters Degree and employed in the technology field. On December 9, 2017 police from Burlington, Massachusetts were dispatched to the Macy's store in the Burlington Mall. There, loss prevention officers had the defendant in their custody. The woman was observed on security cameras removing the theft detection devices from various items and putting them in a large pocketbook she was carrying. The woman exited the store with the items and was stopped. The value of the goods exceeded $250 making the theft a felony under G.L. c. 266 Section 30. The woman also had in her possession two theft detection devices. This crime is a felony under G.L. c. 266 Section 30B. Any resolution short of pretrial probation under G.L. c. 276 Section 87 would likely result in the defendant being deported and denied reentry into the country. Today, our office was able to get the woman 6 months pretrial probation.

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  • Lynn District Court: Felony Vandalism Charges Against Marblehead Man Dismissed

    The defendant in twenty years and lives in Marblehead, Massachusetts. On January 25, 2017 police officers were dispatched to the man's residence for a report property being destroyed. They arrived to find a cabinet door off the hinges and other items smashed in other areas of the home. The defendant's mother and stepfather both identified him as the person responsible for the damage and an arrest was made. Charges of vandalizing property under G.L. c. 266 Section 126A were filed. Trial was scheduled for today. Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed.

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  • Lynn District Court: Charges of Assault with Intent to Rape and Indecent Exposure Dismissed

    On July 14, 2016 members of the Lynn, Massachusetts police department responded to a call at a pre-independent living center for troubled young adults. They were met by the victim and another person later identified by the prosecution as a first complaint witness. The victim complained that she and the defendant went outside the facility to smoke a cigarette. While outside the defendant asked the victim for sex. She rejected his offer. He then took out his penis and exposed himself. He then grabbed the back of her head and tried to make her perform oral sex on him. The victim immediately notified a friend of this incident as well as the employees of the home. The man was arrested and charged with assault with intent to rape under G.L. c. 265 Section 24 and indecent exposure under G.L. c. 272 Section 53. The former is a felony and would require sex offender registration. Attorney Neyman was hired. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the charges dismissed.

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  • Boston Municipal Court: Charges of Strangulation Dismissed and Domestic Assault and Battery to be Dismissed

    The defendant owns several companies that sell medical implant devices to doctors and hospitals. In January of 2017 the defendant was in Boston with his wife. They were staying at a luxury hotel downtown. Shortly after midnight guests at the adjacent room called hotel security complaining of noise and a possible fight in the defendant's room. A hotel security office went to the room and contacted the defendant's wife who was crying and visibly shaken. In front of the defendant the wife told hotel security that her husband choked her, hit her and threw her on the bed. She repeated the statements to the responding police officers. Attorney Neyman was hired to represent the defendant on charges of domestic assault and battery, G.L. c. 265 Section 13M and strangulation or suffocation, G.L. c. 265 Section 15D. Today, the strangulation count was dismissed and the domestic assault and battery was continued without a finding for six months after which that count will also be dismissed.

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  • Lowell District Court: Charges of Domestic Assault and Battery, Assault and Battery on a Police Officer and Possession of a Firearm Against Top Sales Executive Dismissed

    The defendant is a top sales executive working for a large international company. On December 8, 2016 members of a local police department were dispatched to a residence for a call of a domestic incident. They arrived to find the defendant in a manic state, not making sense and difficult to control. The man had allegedly struck his wife. During questioning the man struck one of the police officers. He was arrested. During questioning officers learned that the man had a large capacity firearm in his home along with some ammunition. He was charged with domestic assault and battery, G.L. c. 265 Section 13M, assault and battery on a police officer, G.L. c. 265 Section 13D, two counts of unlicensed possession of an assault weapon, G.L. c. 140 Section 131M, possession of ammunition without an FID card and possession of a firearm without an FID card, G.L. c. 269 Section 10(h) and improper storage of a firearm, G.L. c. 140 Section 131L. Attorney Stephen Neyman was immediately hired to defend the man. Today, the domestic assault and battery, the assault and battery on a police officer and all felony counts were dismissed. The possession of ammunition and possession of a firearm without an FID card were continued without a finding for six months. Those charges will also be dismissed.

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  • Lowell District Court: Multiple Drug Charges Against Construction Worker to be Dismissed

    The defendant is a construction worker and union member working on some significant Boston area projects. In March of 2017 members of the Tewksbury, Massachusetts police department were alerted to the fact that the defendant was selling illegal narcotics and that he possessed illegal firearms. The defendant's step-father corroborated this and had recorded statements linking the man to drug sales. Following up on this information officers obtained consent to search the defendant's home from his parents. This led to the discovery of large quantities of drugs and the issuance of search warrants for the defendant's cell phones. The search of the cell phones provided additional support that the man was in fact selling drugs. He was charged with various drug crimes, among them G.L. c. 94C Section 34 and G.L. c. 94C Section 32C. The defendant had a significant criminal history that included drug convictions. Attorney Neyman was hired to represent the man. Today, all charges were continued without a finding. These charges will be dismissed after a successful completion of a short period of probation.

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  • West Roxbury District Court: Charge of Domestic Strangulation Against Local College Student Dismissed

    On October 14, 2017 Boston Police officers in a fully marked cruiser were drawn to the defendant and victim after hearing a loud argument. The officers saw the defendant grab the victim by the throat and attempt to lift her in the air. He was also seen shoving and pushing the victim, a young woman identified as the defendant's girlfriend. He was charged with a violation of G.L. c. 265 Section 15D, strangulation or suffocation and domestic assault and battery under G.L. c. 265 Section 13M. This first charge is a felony in Massachusetts punishable by up to five years on prison. Attorney Neyman was hired to defend the man. Today, we were able to get the felony charged dismissed. The misdemeanor was continued without a finding.

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  • Roxbury District Court: Charges of Malicious Destruction to Property Over $250 Dismissed at Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant is a student at a college outside of Massachusetts. The prosecution alleged that on October 9, 2017 at 1:00 a.m. members of the Northeastern University Police Department observed two males ducking and hiding among parked cars in a suspicious manner. Officer observed a freshly tagged section of a wall near the location of the individuals. The individuals were approached by officers who saw paint cans in their cargo pants pockets. The two were identified and summonsed for felony complaint applications charging malicious destruction to property over $250 under G.L. c. 266 Section 126B. This charge is a felony in Massachusetts. Our office was retained to defend the individuals at a clerk magistrate hearing. Today the case was dismissed. No complaint issued.

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  • West Roxbury District Court: Large Capacity Gun Charges Against Former Military Man Do Not Issue After Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant served in the military and completed four tours of active duty in Afghanistan and Iraq. On September 30, 2017 members of the Boston, Massachusetts police department were summonsed to specified Jamaica Plain address for a domestic dispute. Officers arrived to find the defendant outside and began to question him about the alleged incident. The discussion led to the disclosure that the defendant had a high capacity firearm in the home along with a significant amount of ammunition. It was also determined that the defendant did not have an FID card or a license to carry in Massachusetts. An application for unlawful possession of a firearm under G.L. c. 269 Section 10(m) was filed along with possession of ammunition, G.L. c. 269 Section (h)(1) and improper storage under G.L. c. 140 Section 131L. There is a mandatory jail sentence under the first count. Today, at a clerk magistrate hearing Attorney Neyman was able to convince the clerk not to issue a criminal complaint.

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  • Taunton District Court: Not Guilty Verdict After Jury Trial for Woman Charged With Felony Receiving Stolen Property Over $250

    The defendant is a legal alien from China. She does not speak English. The prosecution alleged that in February of 2017 a seventy-eight year old man from upstate New York received a call from a person purporting to be a lawyer. The called stated that he was representing the man's granddaughter who had just been arrested and charged with marijuana distribution. The man asked the man to transfer a substantial sum of money to a bank account for legal fees. The victim complied. He quickly learned that he had been scammed and that the caller was not in fact a lawyer. Subsequently, after a lengthy police investigation it was determined that the defendant and her daughter-in-law had been part of the scam. They were caught spending the proceeds of the theft at several stores in Massachusetts, one of them a Target Store in Easton. Store security videotape confirmed the suspicions and the defendant was arrested and charged with larceny from a person over sixty, G.L. c. 266 Section 30(5), larceny by scheme, G.L. c. 266 Section 30(1) and receiving stolen property, G.L. c. 266 Section 60. A loss would have resulted in jail and deportation. Attorney Neyman was able to get the first two counts dismissed prior to trial. The remaining count was tried to a jury and the defendant was found not guilty.

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  • Cambridge District Court: Charges of Sex for a Fee Against Non-Citizen on Asylum Status to be Dismissed

    The defendant is from a South American country in the United States on asylum. On March 9, 2017 members of the Cambridge Police Special Investigations Unit and the Massachusetts State Police Human Trafficking Unit conducted a "john" operation utilizing an advertisement on backpage.com. This operation was staged at a Cambridge hotel. After a series of text messages were exchanged between the defendant and the undercover officers an agreement to meet at the hotel was completed. The defendant arrived at the designated room and paid a female officer disguised as a prostitute the negotiated sum of money. He was immediately arrested and charged with sex for a fee, G.L. c. 272 Section 53A. Attorney Neyman was hired. We were able to get the case continued without a finding for thirty days with the option of getting the case sealed immediately. If there is any effort to deport our client the judge made clear the defendant will be permitted to withdraw his admission.

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  • Hingham District Court: Assault and Battery Charges Dismissed

    On April 20, 2016 Rockland, Massachusetts police officers were met at the station by a man claiming to have been assaulted and beaten by our client. The man claimed that the defendant was driving at a high rate of speed through a densely populated residential neighborhood. The victim got into his car and followed our client to a local gas station. When he got out to confront our client he was struck in the face several times. The officers located our client nearby after he was involved in a traffic accident. He was arrested and charged with assault and battery, G.L. c. 265 Section 13A. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed.

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  • Quincy District Court: Charges of Assault and Battery and Domestic Assault and Battery Against Holbrook Man Dismissed

    On April 29, 2017 Holbrook, Massachusetts police responded to a 911 call for a fight in progress. They responded and found a woman with a swollen, shut eye and other noticeable significant injuries. The woman claimed that after an argument with her husband he struck her several times causing the obvious injuries. Officers were also met by the victim's father who also claimed to have been beaten by the defendant. This man claimed that he witnessed the defendant strike his daughter. When he tried intervened and tried to defend her the defendant hit him then went upstairs to retrieve a firearm. The defendant was arrested at his mother's home in Boston later that night. He was charged with assault and battery, G.L. c. 265 Secton 13A and domestic assault and battery, G.L. c. 265 Section 13M. Today all charges were dismissed at the request of Attorney Neyman. No firearm charges were filed.

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  • Boston Municipal Court: Charges of Sex for a Fee Against College Professor Diverted

    The defendant is a tenured college professor with a doctorate and over forty years teaching experience. The prosecution alleged that on July 19, 2017 and undercover online investigation targeting violators of human trafficking laws was in progress. During the course of the investigation solicitations were made online in an effort to lure customers to purported prostitution locations, such as apartments and hotels. Our client responded to one of the advertisements and agreed to certain sexual acts for a fee negotiated between himself and the undercover officer. Our client then went to meet at an agreed designated location. There, he was met by the undercover officers who called his phone and observed their number appear on his cell phone screen. The man was arrested and charged with sex for a fee in violation of G.L. c. 272 Section 53A. Attorney Neyman was hired. Today we were able to get the charges diverted under G.L. c. 276A.

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  • Woburn District Court: Criminal Motor Vehicle Violations Against Doctor Dismissed at Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant is a radiologist working at a prestigious hospital in the greater Boston area. On October 28, 2017 a Burlington, Massachusetts police officer on routine patrol observed a car being operated with an expired registration sticker. The vehicle was stopped and the officer quickly learned that the operator had no insurance, was driving an unregistered car and had failed to notify the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles of an address change. She was charged with violating G.L. c. 90 Section 23 and G.L. c. 90 Section 26A. Attorney Neyman was hired to represent the defendant at a clerk magistrate hearing. Today, after the hearing, no complaint was issued.

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