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Kidnapping Charge Against Personal Trainer Dismissed
Nearly two years ago our client was accused by an ex-girlfriend of kidnapping. She claimed that after learning that she had been texting other men, our client refused to let her leave his apartment until she agreed to "be honest" with him and agreed to never contacting this person again. Once she was permitted to leave the woman went to the police to report the incident. Our client was arrested and charged with kidnapping, a felony under G.L. c. 265 section 26. Today, we were able to get that charge dismissed.
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Charges of Rape and Kidnapping Dismissed Prior to Arraignment
The defendant is a medical doctor who is married with several children. He lives outside of Massachusetts. Over the summer he was in Massachusetts attending a convention. It was the only time he had been in this state. Weeks later he received a call from a detective asking him questions about his activities in Massachusetts at the time of the convention. The detective's tone was accusatory, demeaning and vague. The doctor did the right thing in this case and refused to speak with the detective, instead contacting our office for advice. Attorney Neyman was hired. Our discussions with the police detective disclosed that a woman had claimed that the weekend of the convention she met our client at a reception. She claimed that she went to his room in the hotel and while in the room he would not let her leave. The woman further complained that while in the room our client coerced the woman into performing oral sex on him. Our client subsequently received a summons charging him with rape, G.L. c. 265 Section 22 and kidnapping, G.L. c. 265 Section 26. Our client denied all allegations. We hired an investigator. Through security videos, witness interviews and receipts we were able to show that our client had absolutely no contact with this woman. Consequently, this information was presented to the appropriate authorities and all charges were withdrawn prior to arraignment.
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Charges of Larceny and Kidnapping Dismissed
In February of 2017 a woman contacted a friend asking for a ride home from a shopping center. The friend arrived in a car being driven by her boyfriend, the defendant. The victim alleged that she was locked in the car and taken to a remote location where the defendant and the friend demanded money and property from the woman. The two succeeded in obtaining the property and the victim escaped. She reported the incident to the police and after identifying the defendant in a photo array an arrest was made. Among other things, the defendant was charged with larceny, G.L. c. 266 Section 30 and Kidnapping, G.L. c. 265 Section 26. Today, Attorney Stephen Neyman was able to get all charged dismissed.
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Kidnapping Charges Dismissed
The defendant was charged with kidnapping and some drug charges stemming from an alleged robbery said to have taken place in the winter. The victim alleged that the defendant and another kidnapped her at knifepoint and robbed her of items recently purchased at a local store. They supposedly also stole her prescription drugs. Drug charges and kidnapping charges, G.L. c. 265 Section 26 issued. Today at the pretrial hearing Attorney Neyman was able to get the kidnapping charge dismissed.
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Charges of Kidnapping Minor by a Relative Dismissed Prior to Arraignment
Brockton District Court: The office of the district attorney and Bridgewater, Massachusetts police alleged that on August 31, 2012, our client, a nurse residing in Montana had kidnapped her thirteen year old son and refused to permit her ex-husband his lawfully custody of the child. Unbeknownst to the accused, a warrant issued against her. She was eventually contacted by Montana police and told of the existence of the warrant and pending criminal charges. The defendant hired Attorney Stephen Neyman. Attorney Neyman arranged for the woman's voluntary return to Massachusetts and was able to get the charges dismissed prior to arraignment.