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Conditions of Release Modified to Remove Random Urine Screens
Our client was arrested in the fall and charged with OUI serious bodily injury, G.L. c. 90 section 24L, a felony. The judge imposed random alcohol screens at that time. After the arraignment our office was hired to represent the man. We advanced the case and convinced the judge to remove the random alcohol screen condition.
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Charges of Assault and Battery By Means of a Dangerous Weapon and Domestic Assault and Battery Against Professional Rugby Player Dismissed
Our client is a professional rugby player visiting this country for the first time. In March of 2023 police in a Massachusetts city were dispatched to a home where there had been a disturbance. They met with the victim who told the officers that following a night of drinking she and our client got into a verbal disagreement. Our client went to leave her home to drive to his hotel room. The woman blocked his exit. In response he threw her on the ground where her head hit a bed post. The man was arrested and charged with assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, G.L. c. 265 section 15A and domestic assault and battery in violation of G.L. c. 265 section 13M. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed.
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Drug Charges and Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle Against Nurse Dismissed
In March of 2023, our client, a nurse, was pulled over for erratic driving. According to the police report, our client was angry about being stopped. She became belligerent and confrontational to the officers. As a result she was asked to exit the car. She became even more agitated and began using profane language towards the officers. Believing she might be impaired the officers conducted a pat frisk and found drugs in her possession. Specifically, class B drugs and Class C drugs. She was arrested and charged with illegal possession of drugs under G.L. c. 94C section 34 and negligent operation of a motor vehicle under G.L. c. 90 section 24. Our office was retained to represent the woman. Today, based on constitutional violations and an inability to properly prosecute these crimes was succeeded in getting these charges dismissed.
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Pretrial Probation for Film Producer Charged With Indecent Assault and Battery at a Nightclub
In April of 2023 our client, a film producer, was visiting Massachusetts. Along with some friends he went to a popular nightclub. Admittedly he had too much to drink. While at the venue, the man grabbed and groped a female employee. The matter was caught on security cameras. He was charged with indecent assault and battery on a person over the age of 14, a felony under G.L. c. 265 section 13H. Today, we finally convinced the district attorney's office to agree to pretrial probation under G.L. c. 276 section 87. All charges will be dismissed in a couple of months.
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Two Cases Charging Open and Gross Lewdness Continued Without a Finding
In April and May of 2023 our client was arrested and charged with open and gross lewdness, a felony in Massachusetts governed by G.L. c. 272 section 16. The allegations in both cases are very similar. In the first case, our client was driving through suburban Boston city street. He pulled up to a stop sign and got the attention of a young woman. When she approached his car she noticed that he had no pants on, his penis was exposed and erect. As to the second case, the victim reported that our client engaged in similar conduct however this time he was manipulating his erect penis. The cases were joined for pretrial purposes. We had our client meet with a forensic psychologist, something that we often recommend in cases like this one. The doctor identified triggers for our client prompting this type of behavior. Moreover, with therapy and abstention from the substances that cause this behavior the doctor believed that this would not happen again. Consequently, the judge agreed to continue these matters without a finding (CWOF). Provided our client remains free from criminal legal problems the case will be dismissed.
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Pretrial Probation for College Student Charged With Domestic Assault and Battery
In December of 2022 police were called for a report of a domestic assault and battery in progress. A concerned citizen witnessed our client grabbing a woman and supposedly hitting her and putting her in a chokehold while in his car. The victim got out of the car at a stop light and ran. The witness video recorded much of this incident. Our client, a local college student was charged with domestic assault and battery under G.L. c. 265 section 13M. Attorney Neyman was hired to represent him. Today, we prevailed on the district attorney's office to agree to pretrial probation under G.L. c. 276 section 87. All charges will be dismissed shortly.
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Rape and Indecent Assault and Battery Charges Against Pub Owner Dismissed
The defendant owns a pub in southeastern Massachusetts. He is a well known, extremely successful business owner. Last year he was arrested and charged with rape under G.L. c. 265 section 22 and indecent assault and battery on a person under the age of 14, G.L. c. 265 section 13H. The victim in this case alleged that after a night of drinking with the defendant and friends, she was too drunk to drive. She asked the defendant to drive her home in her car. Instead of taking her home he drove into a secluded wooded area and raped her and indecently assaulted her. Our investigation revealed that she had in fact boasted to friends she was going to have sex with our client, that she was not drunk as she had claimed and that her story was decimated by eyewitness accounts. As a result, we were able to get the case dismissed.
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