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Worcester District Court: Charges of Attempted Murder, Larceny From a Building Against Construction Worker Dismissed
Our client is a twenty year old construction worker. On May 15, 2014 the Worcester, Massachusetts police responded to an apartment where they were met by a 911 caller. The caller was a young woman who once had a relationship with the defendant. She claimed that our client learned that she had a new boyfriend and became enraged. He broke into her home and physically assaulted her. He then stole a valuable piece of jewelry and ran out of her home and attempted to flee in a car. She held onto the vehicle. He sped off with the vehicle dragging her. Charges of attempted murder and larceny from a building were filed. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get these charges dismissed.
Man Charged with Larceny Over $250 and Shoplifting Gets Pre-Trial Probation
Wrentham District Court: The defendant, a recent college graduate was charged with a felony and a misdemeanor after the Walpole, Massachusetts conducted a theft investigation. According to the prosecution, On May 27, 2011 local police were informed that the defendant, a Walmart employee had been involved in a theft scheme that started about six months earlier. The defendant and others would perform price overrides on different items so that they could get DVDs, Blue Rays and Video games for significant less than the price to which employees were entitled. Corporate headquarters flagged the improprieties, the defendant and others were charged and the defendant confessed to the crimes. Attorney Neyman was able to get the defendant pre-trial probation pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 276 Section 87. He will have no criminal record.