Case Results » Larceny by Stealing

  • Worcester District Court: Felony Charges of Credit Fraud and Larceny Over $250 Dismissed

    The defendant is a non-citizen. Any form of conviction or a continuance without a finding (CWOF) would result in deportation. The prosecution alleged that the defendant and others were involved in a scam wherein, posing as criminal defense lawyers they would call elderly persons, advise them that their grandchild had been arrested and request money for bail and legal fees. The scam spanned six states, involved numerous conspirators and thousands of dollars in total. The defendant was identified as a recipient of illicitly obtained money in excess of $250 making this a felony. He was charged with credit card fraud, G.L. c. 266 Section 37C and larceny over G.L. c. 266 Section 30A. Today our office succeeded in getting the case dismissed.

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  • Newton District Court: Charges of Felony Larceny Over $250 Do Not Issue After Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant supervised the victim at a local fitness facility. Unbeknownst to the victim the defendant had taken information from the victim's employment application and obtained several high limit credit cards. The cards were used systematically and charges far exceeded $250 making the crime a felony. The Newton Police Detective generously applied for a criminal complaint for larceny over $250, G.L. c. 266 Section 30 rather than directly felony charges. Attorney Neyman was retained to represent the defendant. After a clerk magistrate hearing, no charges issued against the defendant.

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  • Somerville District Court: Charges of Larceny Over $250 by Single Scheme Dismissed

    The defendant and several family members were involved in a dispute involving a single family home in Somerville, Massachusetts. The victims claimed that our client forged several bank documents resulting in the transfer of their home to him. They brought this to the attention of the district attorney's office. An investigation convinced the prosecution that this did in fact happen and our client was charged with felony larceny by a single scheme, violating G.L. c. 266 Section 30(1). The accused hired Attorney Stephen Neyman just after the charges issued in February of 2016. Today, Attorney Neyman got the entire case dismissed.

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  • Woburn District Court: Felony Charges of Forgery of a Prescription Dismissed and Pretrial Probation on Remaining Charges on Prescription Fraud Case

    Our client is a sixty year old physician's assistant who was licensed to prescribe medications and also permitted to write on supervising physician's licenses. Between April 2015 and September 2015 the accused wrote twenty two prescriptions on a doctor's prescription pad, and used the prescriptions to obtain gift cards at a pharmacy providing incentives to customers who obtained their medications from that store. The gift cards exceeded $250 making the theft a felony under G.L. c. 266 Section 30. The prescription fraud and forgery charges are also felonies under G.L. c. 94C Section 33 and G.L. c. 267 Section 1 respectively. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get pretrial probation under G.L. c. 266 Section 87 for the felony larceny and prescription fraud cases, all twenty three of them. The forgery charges were dismissed. The client will have no criminal record and will be able to work in her field again.

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  • Belchertown District Court: Pretrial Probation for College Student Charged With Felony Larceny Over $250

    Last year our client was a freshman at a prestigious college in the western part of Massachusetts. The prosecution alleged that she stole credit cards from her roommate and another person and charged several thousand dollars to the card for personal purchases. The university police collaborated with the local police and issued charges of larceny  over $250 and credit card fraud, violations of G.L. c. 266 Section 30 and G.L. c. 266 Section 37C respectively. The young woman hired our office to represent her. Today, our office was able to secure pretrial probation for the woman pursuant to G.L. c. 276 Section 87. The woman will have no criminal record and there is no restitution to be paid.

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  • Malden District Court: Criminal Complaint Application to be Dismissed After Clerk's Hearing

    The defendant is a marketing executive working for a large property management company. Her employer became suspicious when gift cards it had given to customers went missing and purchases in the thousands of dollars were made on them. The matter was reported to local detectives who conducted a lengthy investigation into her suspected activities. A trail of purchases led the investigators to the defendant, an employee of the victimized company. The suspect was brought into the police station for questioning at which time she confessed to having committed the crime. An application for a criminal complaint charging larceny issued followed by a clerk magistrate. Attorney Neyman was hired to defend the accused. Our office succeeded in convincing the clerk magistrate not to issue a complaint.

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  • Framingham District Court: Felony Larceny Charges Against Nursing Student to be Dismissed

    The defendant is a nursing student. She works as an intern in a nursing home in Worcester and is not a citizen. In mid January this woman and a friend were shopping at a store in a local mall. Collectively they stole over $1,000 worth of clothes and other items from several stores in the mall. They were apprehended and charged with larceny over $250, in violation of G.L. c. 266 Section 30, a felony in Massachusetts. Any sort of conviction or even a continuance without a finding would result in the defendant being denied citizenship. Deportation could result as well. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the defendant pretrial probation pursuant to G.L. c. 276 Section 87. In six months the case will be dismissed. There will be no immigration consequences.

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  • Plymouth District Court: Larceny Over $250 Case Against Contractor Dismissed at Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant is a contractor who also buys, restores and resells homes. In this case it was alleged that our client, during the course of making renovations and repairs to a home stole in excess of twenty thousand dollars property in violation of G.L. c. 266 Section 30. Under Massachusetts law this is a felony. Fortunately for our client a clerk magistrate hearing was scheduled. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to convince the magistrate that the case against our client was 1) unprovable and 2) a matter better suited for a civil lawsuit. The clerk agreed and not complaint issued. The application for a criminal complaint was denied and the case was dismissed.

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  • Boston Municipal Court: Felony Larceny Charges Over $250 To Be Dismissed

    The prosecution alleged that on February 5, 2015 Boston Police were called to an upscale Boylston Street store for a report of a larceny. Upon arrival the officers met with store security personnel who observed the defendant removing price tags from merchandise and secret the items in his jacket. He attempted to exit the store during which time a violent struggle occurred. The items were valued in excess of $250 making the theft a felony. Then, a few weeks later the same person entered the same store and stole a jacket valued over one thousand dollars. Attorney Stephen Neyman was retained on both cases. The defendant was charged with larceny over $250 in violation of G.L. c. 266 Section 30. Today, our office was able to get both cases continued without a finding. All charges are going to be dismissed.

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  • Dedham District Court: Chemical Engineer Gets Pretrial Probation For Larceny Charges

    Just a few weeks ago loss prevention spotted a man in a local department store concealing various items on his person. They confronted the man and detained him for a lengthy period of time. He was interrogated and ultimately admitted to stealing merchandise from the store. The police were called and the man was arrested and charged with larceny. The man is not a citizen of this country and a conviction would possibly result in his deportation, notwithstanding the fact that his wife and two children are citizens. He hired Attorney Neyman. Today, we were able to get the man pretrial probation pursuant to G.L. c. 276 Section 87. He will have no criminal record. Perhaps more importantly, this will not impact his citizenship efforts.

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  • Cambridge District Court: Felony Larceny Charges Avoided

    The defendant is a young woman who worked at a local store that sells video games. The prosecution alleged that our client was involved in a scheme where she would issue credits for merchandise that was supposedly returned, and pocket the money without ever receiving the property. In addition, she would take money from people who reserved video games and not enter the transaction into a register. A lengthy loss prevention investigation confirmed to authorities that this woman was in fact committing these acts. The crimes were supported in large part by videotaped evidence showing the woman entering transactions at a cash register with no customer present. Today, prior to any charges being filed Attorney Stephen Neyman was able to avoid felony larceny charges issuing against our client. The case is closed without a criminal complaint issuing.

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  • Woburn District Court: Six Counts of Forgery of a Document Dismissed and Twelve Counts of Credit Card Fraud to be Dismissed

    The defendant is a resident of another state. In November of 2013 he and another person were "shopping" at the Burlington Mall. A loss prevention officer observed the two making numerous purchases with several different credit cards. The suspects were seen going into other stores making purchases in a similar manner. The police were called and immediately made contact with the subjects. They quickly learned that the two were using fraudulent credit cards and that they had made several thousand dollars worth of purchases while at the mall. One of the defendants hired our office. He had been charged with twelve counts of credit card fraud and six counts of forgery. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get all forgery counts dismissed. The remaining charges were continued without a finding with unsupervised probation. If the man remains free from criminal legal problems during the probationary period all charges will be dismissed.

  • Plymouth District Court: Charges of Larceny Over $250 and Larceny From A Person Over 60 Dismissed

    In January of 2009 a man in his sixties went to the Marshfield, Massachusetts police station to report that the defendant, a flooring contractor had stolen over eight thousand dollars from him. He presented a paid check along with copies of his bank account. He further claimed that the man provided the services agreed to. Rather, the defendant simply took the money and left for another state. A complaint issued in the Plymouth District Court charging the man with larceny over $250, a felony and larceny from a person over the age of 60, also a felony. The defendant was also in default from the court. Attorney Neyman removed the default and succeeded in getting the defendant's presence waived. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the charges dismissed.

  • Woburn District Court: Charges of Credit Card Fraud, Attempted Larceny Against Social Worker to be Dismissed

    The prosecution alleged that on July 12, 2014 members of the Burlington, Massachusetts police department were dispatched to the Burlington Mall for a call of suspected credit card fraud. The officers arrived to meet with store managers who had identified several suspects as having tried to purchase computers and related equipment. The suspects refused to produce identification at the time of the purchase thereby raising suspicions. Through mall security videos the various suspects were located at certain locations throughout the mall. Some of the suspects were successful in making purchases from some stores in the mall. One of the subjects was a social worker who had in her possession a significant number of fraudulent credit cards and some items alleged to have been purchased with those cards and others similar to them. The investigation resulted in arrests and charges of larceny, credit card fraud and other felony crimes. Attorney Stephen Neyman was hired to represent the defendant. Today, all charges were continued without a finding. After a period of probation the charges will be dismissed and the client will have no criminal record.

  • Quincy District Court: Charges of Breaking and Entering, Larceny Over $250 and Receiving Stolen Property Over $250 Dismissed

    On March 29, 2014 members of the Weymouth, Massachusetts police department responded to a report of a theft from a Lowes store. Store employees informed the officers that they heard loud noises coming from the rear exterior of the store, a location where inventory is stored. They then observed people taking items and loading them onto a truck. A description of the suspects and their vehicle was given to the police. Shortly thereafter, the truck was spotted and pulled over. The defendant was driving the truck. The police subsequently searched the truck and found numerous appliances including washers and dryers all of which were taken from the store. The defendant, a resident alien was arrested and charged with breaking and entering, larceny over $250 and receiving stolen property over $250. All of these crimes are felonies in Massachusetts. The defendant, if convicted was facing possible deportation. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed.

  • Natick District Court: Felony Charges of Larceny Over $250 Dismissed at Arraignment

    On Friday, August 29, 2014 Natick, Massachusetts police were dispatched to a local mall where they met with loss prevention personnel. They had a woman of Eastern European descent detained for allegedly stealing a significant quantity of merchandise in her handbag. The value of the property stolen exceeded two hundred fifty dollars making this larceny crime a felony. The woman was booked and released on bail. The defendant is not a citizen and any adverse disposition of this case could result in her deportation. Today was the day scheduled for her arraignment. Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed. There will be no immigration consequences.

  • Newton District Court: Charges of Trespass and Larceny Against Local Businessman Dismissed

    The prosecution alleged that our client, a local businessman and a non-citizen was caught stealing from a local store several months ago. A criminal complaint application for larceny was sought and held. However, a no trespass order issued. Then, on June 18, 2014 the defendant was again caught in the store. Store security called the Newton Police and our client was arrested. All charges issued and today he appeared for arraignment on the larceny charge as well as a complaint for trespass. Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed at arraignment.

  • South Boston District Court: Pretrial Probation For Stoughton Man Charged With Larceny Over $250

    Boston Police alleged that on June 30, 2013 and again on July 2, 2013 officers responded to a hotel fielding a complaint from its manager. The complainant advised the officers that a former employee had come into the hotel and brazenly taken a total of three high definition flat screen televisions. The hotel security was able to secure footage from a video surveillance camera showing the defendant taking the items from the hotel and placing them into his vehicle. The defendant was approached by hotel security and management. He admitted to stealing the property which was valued over two hundred fifty dollars. In Massachusetts that constitutes a felony. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the client pretrial probation. If the defendant remains free from criminal legal problems all charges will be dismissed and he will  have no criminal record.

  • Charges of Larceny Over $250 and Malicious Destruction to Property Over $250 Against Florida Woman Dismissed

    Dedham District Court: On July 10, 2012 officers from the Needham, Massachusetts Police Department responded to a call of vandalism and theft. When they arrived they saw many personal household items such as televisions, clothing and furniture destroyed. The occupant also reported several items worth in excess of two hundred fifty dollars stolen from the home. The victim quickly learned that his girlfriend had committed these acts and reported the same to the police. The girlfriend fled to Florida and was later apprehended. Attorney Stephen Neyman was hired to represent her. A trial was scheduled for today and our office was able to get all charges dismissed.

  • Charges of Larceny Over $250 by Single Scheme, Forgery of a Document and Uttering a False Writing Against Bank Employee to be Dismissed

    Dorchester District Court: A Boston Police special investigations unit and a security division of a major national bank started an investigation into thefts from the bank beginning in July of 2012 and continuing for several months. The investigation showed that an employee of the bank, the defendant, withdrew funds from a customer's account without that person's consent. The defendant also forged the customer's name and various bank forms and stole money from that customer and the bank totaling over seven thousand dollars. Attorney Neyman was able to get the case continued without a finding. Provided the client remain free of criminal trouble for the next year all charges will be dismissed.

  • Charges of Larceny Over $250 Against 54 Year Twin Sisters Dismissed After Clerk's Hearing

    Salem District Court: The prosecution alleged that police in Salem, Massachusetts responded to a call for a theft at a local retail store. When they arrived they were met by store security officers who had detained two women, fifty-four twin sisters who had allegedly stolen over one thousand dollars of merchandise. The twins were apprehended after leaving the store with the property. They were summonsed to appear for a Clerk's Hearing and for Larceny Over Two Hundred Fifty Dollars, a felony in Massachusetts. Our office represented the women at the hearing and succeeded in getting all charges dismissed.

  • Felony Larceny Charges Against Software Executive Dismissed at Clerk's Hearing

    Boston Municipal Court: The prosecution alleged that on March 2, 2013 loss prevention at a downtown Boston posh clothing store observed a woman enter a dressing room with clothing valued at significantly more than one thousand dollars. The woman exited the dressing room carrying fewer clothes than she had entered with. Store security quickly determined that the woman had concealed some merchandise. The woman was followed out of the store. The police were called and an ensuing investigation disclosed that the woman had in fact stolen clothing valued at more than one thousand dollars. A summons issued for the woman for a Clerk Magistrate's Hearing. She was charged with a felony. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed.

  • Larceny Under $250 Complaint Does Not Issue after Clerk's Hearing

    Lawrence District Court: The defendant is a local high school senior who was at a local department store. She ended up taking various items that totaled less than two hundred dollars. As she was attempting to exit the store security personnel contacted and detained her. The police arrived and an application for a complaint was served on the girl. Today at the Clerk's Hearing Attorney Neyman convinced the magistrate not to issue a complaint.

  • Felony Larceny Charges Against Bank Comptroller to be Dismissed

    Hingham District Court: Our client is the comptroller at a major bank located in Boston. Larceny charges were brought against him just before Christmas. It was alleged that the client stole goods valued in excess of two hundred fifty dollars, a felony in Massachusetts. Today Attorney Stephen Neyman was able to get the client pretrial probation. All charges will be dismissed upon the termination of the probationary period, six months.

  • Successful Restitution Hearing Ensures That Client Will Not Have to Pay Complainant for Damages and Losses After Breaking and Entering

    Concord District Court: Our office succeeded in getting a continuance without a finding for a client accused of breaking and entering into a neighbor's home, stealing her jewelry and pawning it in a neighboring town. A hearing to determine the amount of restitution was ordered. Today, it was determined that our client owes nothing. The underlying case will be dismissed if the client remains free from criminal legal trouble during the continuance period.

  • Charges of Breaking and Entering, Larceny Over $250 to be Dismissed Against Local Teenager

    Concord District Court: The prosecution alleged that on January 30, 2012 Lexington, Massachusetts police were dispatched to an apartment that had apparently been broken into. Upon arrival the officers learned that in addition to the breaking and entering jewelry had also been stolen. The crime scene was processed and boot prints were identified in the home. Officers then interviewed a neighbor, the defendant. While doing so they noticed that his boots matched the size of the boot prints found at the victim's home. Officers also observed mulch on the bottoms of the boot consistent with mulch found at the victim's home. The police investigation later led them to a pawn shop in Waltham, Massachusetts. There, it was determined that the defendant had pawned the jewelry that was missing from the victim's home. Today, Attorney Stephen Neyman was able to get this case continued without a finding. Provided the defendant remain free of criminal problems during the pendency of the continuance period all charges will be dismissed.

  • Charges of Larceny Against Newton Businsessman Dismissed at Arraignment

    Quincy District Court: The prosecution claimed that just a couple of days ago our client was observed in a local store engaging in suspicious activity. Store security watched him for a while and noticed him placing objects into his clothes in a manner consistent with theft. Local police were called and when the man left the store he was caught with some of the store merchandise. Store records made clear that the items were not purchased. Today, the day of arraignment our office was able to get all charges dismissed.

  • Charges of Larceny Over $250, Destruction of Property Over $250 and Receiving Stolen Property Dismissed at Clerk's Hearing

    Cambridge District Court: The prosecution alleged that our client, a recent high school graduate and cook entered a local music supply store and stole a significant quantity of equipment. The defendant reappeared at the store only to steal more merchandise . Loss prevention officers observed the activity and called the local police. The ensuing investigation disclosed that the defendant had in fact engaged in similar conduct at this establishment over a period of time. Our office was hired to represent him at a Clerk's Hearing, notwithstanding the value of the property alleged to have been stolen. Today, was succeeded in convincing the magistrate not to issue a complaint. No charges were filed as a result of our efforts.

  • Charges of Receiving Stolen Property Over $250, Larceny Under $250 against local high school student to be Dismissed

    Waltham District Court: A Waltham, Massachusetts police detective was assigned to monitor second hand estate sales in the city. While at local pawn shop he became suspicious that an eighteen year old high school student from a neighboring town had sold some rather expensive jewelry to the pawn shop owner. The detective contacted the defendant's town police department and learned that one of the defendant's neighbors' home had been broken into and her jewelry had been stolen. The store owner identified a photograph of the defendant as the person who sold him the stolen jewelry. Charges of Receiving Stolen Property Over $250 and Larceny Under $250 were filed against the defendant. Today, Attorney Stephen Neyman was able to get the charges continued without a finding. The defendant will have no criminal record if he is able to remain free of criminal problems for the next year.

  • Charges of larceny by concealment dismissed

    Lynn District Court: It was alleged that our client, a Chelsea woman, concealed a $500 item in an attempt to steal it at the Square One Mall in Saugus. Relatives of our client were also charged. Our office was able to get the charges dismissed upon payment of minimal court costs.

  • Motion to Suppress Wiretap Allowed

    Middlesex Superior Court: The prosecution alleged that in September of 2010 a Massachusetts police task force received information from a cooperating source relative to a cocaine delivery from Texas to Chelsea, Massachusetts. The informant told police that the defendant would be coming from Texas with a shipment of three kilograms of cocaine and staying at a local motel. The informant with a digital recorder, and several telephone conversations between the informant and the defendant were recorded. All of the statements were inculpatory and confirmed the defendant's involvement in the cocaine trafficking operation. Attorney Neyman prevailed on a motion to suppress and the tape recorded conversations were excluded as evidence against the defendant.

  • Felony Charges of Larceny Over $250 Dismissed By Way of Pretrial Probation Against Local High School Student

    Natick District Court: The prosecution alleged that on December 26, 2011 Natick, Massachusetts police officers were dispatched to a Nordstrom's department store for reported theft crimes. When the officers arrived they found our client, a local high school student and another being detained by loss prevention officers. Our client was found in possession of over two hundred fifty dollars worth of stolen merchandise, constituting a felony in Massachusetts. The crime was witnessed not only by store security but caught on tape as well. Attorney Neyman represented the defendant today. The defendant was given pretrial probation. The case will be dismissed in six months and our client will have no criminal record.

  • Charges of Larceny Over $250 Dismissed Prior to Arraignment

    Salem District Court: Our client is a young woman living in Peabody, Massachusetts. The prosecution alleged that on February 4, 2011 this woman was at the Liberty Tree Mall in Danvers, Massachusetts. She walked into a store and discretely concealed and stole over eight hundred dollars of goods. She was met outside the story by mall and store security who had learned about the theft. Our client was searched and questioned. She was found in possession of the property and confessed to the crime. The Danvers police were called to the mall and she was arrested. Arraignment was set for this morning. Our office succeeded in getting the client placed into a diversion program. She was not arraigned. The criminal case was dismissed.

  • Charges of Larceny Over $250 Against Accountant Dismissed After Clerk's Hearing

    East Boston District Court # 2010-0158. The Massachusetts State Police received a report that an employee of a local store located in the airport had been stealing. Further investigation revealed that the suspect was the store accountant. The police investigation showed that discrepancies in receipts and deposits that amounted to several thousand dollars, all of which went unaccounted for. When confronted with the evidence the defendant was unable to give an adequate explanation for the losses. She further stated that she must have lost the deposit bags. The employer applied for a criminal compliant. Our office succeeded in convincing the magistrate not to issue the complaint. Our client will not face criminal charges.

  • Larceny Over $250 against Boston woman dismissed prior to arraignment

    Quincy District Court # 99-7289. In 1999 Braintree police along with store security observed our client stealing merchandise from a local department store. The woman secreted a significant amount of goods in bags and on her person. The total amount exceeded two hundred fifty dollars. This is a felony in Massachusetts that carries a potential five year state prison sentence. The defendant defaulted prior to her arraignment and fled to her country. She recently returned to the United States and was alerted to the outstanding default and pending criminal matter. She retained Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent her. Today our office removed the default and had the case dismissed on two hundred dollars court costs, prior to arraignment.

  • Charges of larceny over $250 and receiving stolen property over $250 not prosecuted against local college student

    Boston Municipal Court Docket # 09-2339. On March 26, 2009 Boston police were called to an upscale retail store in Boston's Back Bay. They were met by store managers who had detained a local female college student. The authorities alleged that the female had stolen over $1,200 worth of merchandise. She was witnessed by store security cameras placing dresses in a bag and walking out of the store without paying for the goods. Officers then observed several other items in the bag bearing tags from another local retail store. Our client was unable to produce a receipt for those items and the manager of that store was contacted. It was subsequently learned that those items were also stolen and had a value of $1,250. Attorney Neyman succeeded in getting the judge to impose pre-trial probation for a period of one year. If the defendant remains free from criminal trouble during that time period the case will not be prosecuted.

  • Felony charges of larceny over $250 dismissed prior to arraignment

    Quincy District Court Docket # 09-2809. The prosecution alleged that the defendant, a local college student, and others were responsible for stealing from a business for which they were working. In January of 2009 the store manager called the police after she learned that about $49,000 worth of items were taken from the store. The responding detective interviewed the manager and several store employees. All of the employees admitted to stealing from the business. One of them implicated our client who was the assistant manager of the store during the time frame in which the theft occurred. Our client never spoke with the police. On the date of arraignment Attorney Stephen Neyman succeeded in getting a judge to dismiss the complaint against our client, prior to arraignment.

  • Charges of larceny over $250 will not issue against Rhode Island man

    Barnstable District Court # 09-1375.  Our client was charged with larceny over two hundred fifty dollars in the Barnstable Court.  The prosecution alleged that the defendant went into a shop in Sandwich, Massachusetts and stole an item with a significant retail value.  Attorney Neyman was hired to represent the defendant at a clerk's hearing.  He succeeded in persuading the magistrate not to issue a complaint against our client.  Had a complaint been issued, our client would have had to defend a felony allegation. 

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