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  • Man Charged With Federal Drug Trafficking Released Pending Trial

    The defendant is a citizen of Mexico and the United States. In October of 2016 he was arrested in Norfolk County, Massachusetts and charged with drug trafficking after police located over 7,000 pills secreted in the trunk of his car. It was later learned that the man had allegedly been involved in international drug trafficking and the United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts filed charges against the man. Today, after a detention hearing Attorney Neyman was able to get the man released. He will be permitted to live in Florida during the pendency of this case.

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  • Woman Convicted of Fraud Avoids Prison

    After a lengthy investigation a Massachusetts woman and several others were charged with fraud. It is alleged that pursuant to an elaborate scheme the defendants took money to which they were not entitled. After doing so they failed to report the money as part of their earnings thereby defrauding the government. In total, the fraud amounted to nearly three hundred thousand dollars. Federal Sentencing Guidelines calculations by the judge and federal probation department suggested the appropriate sentence to be a period of incarceration. Attorney Neyman was hired by one of the defendants. He was able to get probation for the client. No jail time will have to be served.

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  • Charges of uttering and possessing counterfeit money dismissed against Colombian man

    Waltham District Court # 09-0913.  The prosecution alleged that on April 28, 2009 officers were called to a hotel for a report of a man trying to pass counterfeit to pay for is room.  The hotel clerk checked the bills with a counterfeit pen, a standard practice in that hotel.  After marking the bill he noticed that the color came back indicating that the money was counterfeit.  He called the Waltham police who arrived and questioned the suspect.  They found out he is a Colombian citizen currently residing the United States with several recent known addresses.  The defendant was arrested and met by federal agents during booking.  He was charged with uttering counterfeit money and possession of counterfeit currency.  Attorney Stephen Neyman was hired and today succeeded in getting the district attorney to nolle prosse (dismiss) all charges. 

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