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Man Charged With Home Invasion Released on Conditions
Our client is charged with a violent home invasion under G.L. c. 265 section 18C. Prior to our office appearing on this case he was held under dangerousness pursuant to G.L. c. 276 section 58A. Since this is a superior court case detention was set at 180 days. The time expired and we successfully moved for his release. The judge allowed our request. Bail was set and conditions of release were imposed. Our client is out of jail at this time.
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Home Invasion Charges Dismissed
On January 21, 2014 members of the Harwich, Massachusetts police department responded to a call at 2:00 a.m. for a home invasion. A 911 caller reported that a man entered her home with a baseball bat and assaulted the occupants. The caller was interviewed by responding police officers. She reported that the man forcibly entered her home and pushed her out of his way. He had in his possession a bat and a metal pipe. One of the occupants recognized the assailant and identified him as the defendant. It was further reported that the defendant beat another occupant about his face with the metal pipe. The defendant was located and arrested. The weapons were found and identified by the victims. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get this charge dismissed.
Charges of Home Invasion, Armed Burglary, Assault and Battery and Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon Dismissed
Marlborough District Court: On February 16, 2013 Marlborough, Massachusetts police officers responded to an apartment for a call that someone had broken into a home and assaulted its occupants. The occupants reported to the police that the defendant, a Sudbury, Massachusetts businessman had kicked in a window, entered the property, grabbed and punched the female occupant and chased the male occupant into the parking lot. The suspect fled and was apprehended nearby by the police. Charges of Home Invasion, Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon, Armed Burglar and more were filed. After a series of court appearances involving various pretrial motions Attorney Stephen Neyman succeeded in getting all charged dismissed.
Drug Distribution Charges Against Local Restaurant Manager Continued Without a Finding, School Zone Dismissed
Lowell District Court: On December 2, 2012 members of the Lowell, Massachusetts Department acting in an undercover capacity observed a vehicle being driven by the defendant being operated in an erratic manner. The officer pulled the car over and immediately smelled a strong odor of unburnt marijuana coming from the car. When they made contact with the operator, a local restaurant manager, they saw in plain view drug distribution paraphernalia. Specifically, the police saw packaging materials and a digital scale. The defendant was arrested and charged with Possession With Intent to Distribute narcotics and a Massachusetts School Zone Violation. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the School Zone Charges dismissed and the remaining Massachusetts Drug Charges continued without a finding. All charges will be dismissed shortly.
Felony Charges of Malicious Destruction to Property Over $250 and charges of Breaking and Entering dismissed against Boston advertising executive
Roxbury District Court: The prosecution claimed that on April 3, 2011 Boston Police were called for a disturbance. They arrived to find the first floor window of a home totally smashed in and the interior of the home ripped apart. The living room was destroyed, the bedroom ransacked and several household items were broken and on the floor. Witnesses at the scene identified our client as the person who committed these acts. Complaints for felony Malicious Destruction to Property Over $250 and charges of Breaking and Entering issued. Today Attorney Neyman succeeded in getting all charges dismissed.