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Paralegal Acquitted of Charges of Rape of a Child After Jury Trial in Middlesex County
Middlesex County Superior Court Woburn: The prosecution alleged that the defendant began a dating relationship with the victim's mother in 2004 at which time the victim was about one year old. The relationship continued on and off for about seven years and a child was born to this relationship in 2009. In 2011 the victim's mother went out for the day to shop and dine with co-workers. The defendant remained behind with their biological daughter and the victim. The victim testified that during the day the defendant took her to an arcade and out to dinner at a restaurant. At various time during the day the victim claimed that the defendant digitally penetrated her and touched her genital area over her clothes as well. The defendant was charged with Rape of a Child by Force, Aggravated Rape of a Child, Indecent Assault and Battery on a Child Under the Age of Fourteen and additional miscellaneous charges. The defendant hired Attorney Neyman to represent him. Today, a jury returned verdicts of not guilty to the charges discussed above.
Attorney Neyman wins acquittal for Worcester County man charged with Rape of a Child
Worcester Superior Court: The prosecution alleged that from 2006 through 2008 our client raped his daughter on several occasions. The first incident occurred during the daytime when the complainant who was not feeling well went up to her bedroom to take a nap. She was awakened by our client who was allegedly pulling down her pants. He penetrated her with his penis. These acts purportedly occurred on several more occasions. The local authorities were notified. Experienced police officers interviewed our client and obtained a tape recorded confession. A motion to suppress involving expert testimony was litigated over the course of one year. Trial commenced earlier this week. Attorney Neyman succeeded in getting not guilty verdicts for our client on all five counts indicted by the prosecutor.