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Cambridge District Court: Default Removed and Charges of Larceny Over $250 Dismissed
The defendant is twenty-three years old. She recently graduated a prestigious local university and obtained employment. In 2012 she was arrested for stealing from a story and charged with larceny over $250, a violation of G.L. c. 266 Section 30. This is a felony. The woman defaulted on her pretrial date and ignored the matter for six years. Last week, fearing that this case would be discovered, the woman contacted Attorney Neyman for help. In one day we went into court for her, removed the default and got all charges dismissed.
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Salem District Court: Default Warrant Issued Pursuant to Probation Violation Removed
The defendant is a fifty-five year old woman who was on probation for an OUI. She was issued a probation violation notice after showing up to the alcohol awareness program intoxicated. She failed to appear in court and a default warrant issued for her arrest. Once she learned of the warrant she called our office. Attorney Neyman immediately went into court with her, had the warrant removed and probation with the same conditions reimposed.
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Taunton District Court: Default Removed on Open and Gross Lewdness and Disorderly Person Case
In mid-April of this year the defendant was charged with several counts of open and gross lewdness and disorderly person following series of offense sexual events in local stores. He was summonsed to court and defaulted on his arraignment date. His family hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent him on the case. Today, we went into court in Taunton to remove the default and start defending the case. The default warrant was successfully removed without consequence to the defendant.
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Plymouth District Court: Default Removed, Warrant Recalled and Probation Terminate for South Shore Contractor
Several years ago the defendant was charged with a motor vehicle crime. He represented himself. He was placed on probation. He failed to honor the conditions of his probation and was arrested. He went to court, got nervous and left the courthouse without taking care of his case. The man stayed clear of authorities for two years. However, his failure to complete probation coupled with his default resulted in a loss of license. He was ultimately terminated from his employment. Two days ago the defendant hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to remove his default and defend his probation violation hearing. Today we went into court. The default was removed and the warrant was recalled. In addition, Attorney Neyman was able to get probation terminated. The case is over.
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Roxbury District Court: Default Warrant Removed, Felony Larceny Case Dismissed Prior to Arraignment
The defendant is a computer programmer who legally migrated to this country over twenty years ago. In 1997 he was charged with larceny over $250, in violation of G.L. 266 Section 30 a felony in Massachusetts. The man never answered to the complaint and was placed on default. A warrant for his arrest issued. Just last week the man had contact with a police officer in his town for a personal matter not related to this case. The officer did a background check on the man and learned that he was in default and that a warrant issued nearly twenty years ago for his arrest. The pending case was a felony. The man hired Attorney Stephen Neyman. Today, we went into court, removed the default and got the case dismissed prior to arraignment.
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Dedham District Court: Default Warrant Against Bus Driver Removed
The defendant is bus driver living in the greater Boston area. In April of last year he was involved in an accident and later given a citation for leaving the scene of an accident with property damage. A summons for a clerk magistrate was sent out to an old address. Consequently he never went to the hearing and a criminal complaint issued. Again, a summons issued to that address. The defendant did not receive notice and he was defaulted. A warrant issued. In January of this year he saw a police officer he knew and was told that a warrant had issued for his arrest. The accused immediately called Attorney Neyman. Today, we went into court and had the default warrant removed without incident.
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Woburn District Court: Default Warrant Removed and Case Dismissed Against Local Physician
The defendant had been placed on pretrial probation pursuant to G.L. c. 276 Section 87 for a sex offense. At the end of the probationary period the probation department claimed that the defendant did not honor the pretrial conditions. As such, a warrant issued and the case was restored to the trial list. Today, Attorney Neyman went into court without his client, removed the default, vacated the warrant and got the case dismissed. The case is now officially over.
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Dorchester District Court: Default Warrant Removed and Probation Terminated For Man in Violation of Probation and in Default on Drug Case
Several years ago our office represented the defendant on numerous drug cases. He avoided jail and was placed on administrative probation meaning that he could move back to New York and not have to report to a probation officer or pay any probation fees. During the course of his probation the man was arrested for other crimes in Massachusetts and a probation warrant issued for his arrest. He failed to appear and a default was entered in the Dorchester District Court. The man was later arrested in New York and transported to Massachusetts. Attorney Neyman was hired again to represent the man. Today. the default warrant was removed and probation was terminated. The man was released and was able to return to New York City.
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Lawrence District Court: Probation Default Warrant Removed
The defendant owns a construction company in the Merrimack Valley area. He was on probation for a drug offense. He failed a random urine drug screen after which the probation department issued a warrant. The man did not initially appear on the warrant and he was defaulted. He then hired our office. We appeared in court with the man and removed the default warrant. The probation officer wanted the man held. Attorney Neyman was able to convince the judge to release the man on his own recognizance.
Worcester District Court: Charge of Failure To Attend Jury Duty Dismissed and Default Warrant Recalled
The defendant has been living in Florida for the past several years. In 2007 he was served with a summons to attend court to potentially sit on a jury. He failed to attend and a criminal complaint issued. When he failed to appear in court pursuant to the criminal summons he was defaulted and a warrant issued. When the man's employer in Florida learned that criminal process was pending in Massachusetts his employment was terminated. Attorney Neyman was hired. Today, the case was brought forward, the default warrant was recalled and the case was dismissed.