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Threatening To Commit A Crime Charges Dismissed Prior To Arraignment
Salem District Court: The prosecution alleged that on March 14, 2011 Salem, Massachusetts police responded to a call from a tow truck driver. The driver reported to them that while plowing a narrow residential street he and a resident became engaged in a verbal dispute over the removal of snow. The driver further told the police that the defendant stated that he was going to go into his house to get his Smith and Wesson and "take care of" the tow truck driver. The driver became afraid. The defendant was summonsed to court for an arraignment for the crime of Threatening to Commit a Crime. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the case dismissed prior to arraignment.
Charges of Threatening to Commit a Crime to be dismissed after Clerk's Hearing
Cambridge District Court, Police Incident Number: 10-0478. The prosecution alleged that on January 22, 2010 a Cambridge police officer was dispatched to an address on Harvard Street for a report of a disturbance between neighbors. Officers met with the complainant who stated that the defendant was threatening them, using profanity and stating that he was going to cause them serious physical harm. Other occupants of the building had similar complaints and corroborated the complaint of the initial victim. The defendant was summonsed to court for a clerk's hearing. He hired our office. All charges are to be dismissed in six months. No complaint will issue.
Charges of Attempting to Commit a Crime and Possession of Burglarious Instruments Dismissed, Charges of Trespass, Malicious Destruction to Property Less Than $250 to be dismissed
Gardner District Court Docket Number: 09-0671. On June 29, 2009 while on routine patrol police in Petersham, Massachusetts observed two individuals attempting to pry open the door of an abandoned inn owned by the town. The officer approached the defendant and his accomplice who admitted to attempting to gain entry to the property. The officer also found a multipurpose tool used to force entry into locked properties in the defendant's possession. The defendant was charged with two felonies and two misdemeanors. Today Attorney Neyman was able to get the felony charges dismissed against our client. The misdemeanor charges were continued without a finding for six months. If our client remains free from criminal trouble in the next six months those charges will be dismissed as well.