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  • Attleboro District Court: Pretrial Probation for Woman Charged With Leaving the Scene of an Accident With Property Damage

    Several weeks ago our client was at a local bar with a friend. She left the establishment, backed out of the parking lot and struck a parked vehicle. She then left the scene. A patron in the lot witnessed the incident. He called the police to alert them to what he just saw. The man provided the police with the license plates. Officers met up with the woman at her home and questioned her about the incident. She admitted to having committed the crime and a criminal complaint issued charging leaving the scene of an accident with property damage G.L. c. 90 Section 24. Attorney Neyman was hired. Today, our office was able to get the woman pretrial probation. All charges will be dismissed.

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  • Woburn District Court: Complaint Charging Leaving the Scene With Property Damage Does Not Issue

    The defendant is a forty-eight year old software engineer. On October 26, 2016 he was driving in North Reading, Massachusetts following a slow car. He decided to pass the vehicle notwithstanding the solid yellow lines separating the lane of oncoming traffic. The slower vehicle sped up to prevent him from re-entering the lane. Nevertheless, the accused got back into the lane however not before striking the other vehicle and causing it some substantial damage. An investigation quickly led the police to our client who was charged with leaving the scene of an accident with property damage. The charge was a violation of G.L. c. 90 Section 24. Today, at a clerk magistrate hearing Attorney Neyman convinced the clerk magistrate not to issue the complaint.

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  • Fall River District Court: Charges of Leaving the Scene With Personal Injury Against New Jersey Truck Driver Dismissed

    The defendant is a truck driver from New Jersey. The prosecution alleged that in August of 2016, the defendant was driving a truck with a trailer carrying a motor boat. He ran a stop sign and got into an accident injuring an occupant of another car. He left the scene and was located several blocks away by police officers responding to the scene. The man was charged with leaving the scene of an accident with personal injury a misdemeanor in accordance with G.L. c. 90 Section 24. This charge cannot be continued without a finding and a guilty verdict would result in the defendant losing his license and unable to drive for work. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the charges dismissed.

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  • Dedham District Court: Charges of Leaving the Scene of an Accident Against Bus Driver to be Dismissed

    The defendant is a bus driver living in Boston, Massachusetts. On March 31, 2015 he was operating a bus that struck a passenger vehicle in Norwood, Massachusetts. The defendant and the driver of the other vehicle had an exchange outside of their vehicles just after the incident. The other driver then went to call the police at which time the defendant fled the scene. He was later charged with leaving the scene of an accident in violation of G.L. c. 90 Section 24. The man hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent him. Today, the man was given pretrial probation pursuant to G.L. c. 276 Section 87. All charges will be dismissed.

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  • Hingham District Court: Leaving the Scene With Property Damage Case Against Auto Mechanic Dismissed

    The defendant is a twenty-five year old auto mechanic. In June of this year he was involved in an accident with another car. He quickly fled the scene in his car. The driver of the other vehicle immediately called the police. He provided them with a description of our client, the make and model of his car and his license plate number. The defendant was located nearby hiding out in the parking lot of a large mall. He was charged with leaving the scene of property damage in violation of G.L. c. 90 Section 24(2)(a). Attorney Neyman was hired to represent the defendant. Today, the case was dismissed on one hundred dollars court costs.

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  • Dedham District Court: Charges of Leaving the Scene of an Accident With Property Damage Dismissed at Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    On March 2, 2015 members of the Needham, Massachusetts police department received information of a hit and run motor vehicle case at a local parking lot. The officers arrived and found a woman complaining that her car had been struck by another vehicle. The offending car left the scene without stopping or making herself known. A courier in the parking lot observed the incident and reported the same facts to the police and added vehicle plate information. Subsequently, officers located a surveillance video camera. They obtained footage from that device. With that information and the eyewitness information they were able to file an application for a complaint against our client charging her with leaving the scene of an accident with property damage. Today, at a clerk magistrate hearing Attorney Neyman was able to prevent the issuance of a criminal complaint. The case was dismissed.

  • Charges of Leaving the Scene With Property Damage to be Dismissed

    Haverhill District Court: The prosecutor contended that on March 19, 2013 Haverhill, Massachusetts police were called to a residential neighborhood after a motor vehicle crash was reported. It quickly became apparent to the officers that several cars had been damaged. A license plate was found at the scene. An investigation disclosed that the plate belonged to a car owned by a local electrician. The police visited with this individual and observed damage to his vehicle. The suspect admitted to being involved in the accident and leaving the scene. Our office was subsequently hired. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get this case continued without a finding. Provided the defendant remain free of criminal problems for the next several months the case will be dismissed.

  • Case Charging Local Wine Saleswoman With Leaving the Scene With Personal Injury Dismissed After Clerk's Hearing

    Dorchester District Court: According to a Boston Police report on May 19, 2013 officers were called to a reported accident in the Dorchester area of the city. There they met with a woman who claimed that she had just been in an accident. Her car was damaged and she complained of a personal injury. The accused was located a few blocks from the scene. The accused spoke with the police and admitted to being involved in the accident. A Clerk's Hearing was scheduled. Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed at the Clerk's Hearing. No criminal complaint will issue.

  • Complaint for Leaving the Scene of Property Damage to be Dismissed After Clerk's Hearing

    Brookline District Court: It was alleged that on a Saturday night, our client hit a parked car and proceeded to drive down the street. A witness told police that he saw our client hit the car and stagger out of his car towards an apartment building. Police observed damage to our client's car. They applied for charges of leaving the scene of property damage. Our office represented our client at a clerk's hearing, and the application will be dismissed in one year provided that our client stays free from trouble. There will be no CORI entries.

  • Complaint application for leaving the scene of property damage not issued after clerk's hearing

    Brookline District Court: Police claimed that our client, a local marketing professional, crashed into a parked car and left the scene. Police claimed that witnesses, including the alleged victim as well as children who were playing in a nearby park, saw our client stumbling from his car and walking unsteadily into his apartment after driving a short distance down the street. Denise Dolan of our office represented our client at a clerk's hearing today, and no complaint issued. There will be no CORI entries.

  • Charges of leaving the scene of property damage dismissed

    Newton District Court: It was alleged that our client crashed into a car stopped at a red light, causing that car to crash into another car, and left the scene. The alleged victims described the car to police, and police found a license plate at the scene which was traced to our client. Our client allegedly admitted to police that she had fallen asleep at the wheel and left the scene. Today, our office was able to get charges of leaving the scene of property damage dismissed upon the payment of restitution.

  • No complaint for woman charged with Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Destruction of Property

    Lowell District Court: On March 24, 2011 a Tewksbury, Massachusetts police officer was dispatched to an hysterical woman complaining that she was stopped at the stop sign on Salem Road at Main St. about to bear right onto Main Street when a car being driven by our client came out of no where and hit her Black Honda CRV on the drivers side door and left quarter panel. The defendant did not stop. The victim got her plate number and called 911. The car being driven by our client was stopped a short time later. Our client was detained. Shortly thereafter she was identified by the victim. Charges of Leaving the Scene of an Accident and Destruction to Property were applied for. Attorney Neyman was able to prevent the issuance of a criminal complaint at a Clerk's Hearing earlier today.

  • Charges of Leaving the Scene of an Accident with Property Damage dismissed after Clerk's Hearing

    Ipswich District Court: The complainant alleged that our client, an eighteen year old recent high school graduate hit her car causing damage and left the scene. According to her affidavit the complainant said that on June 7, 2011 she awakened to hear a crunch. She looked out of her window and observed a car she claimed belonged to our client hitting her car and causing some damage. The complainant later called the police and subsequently filed an application for a criminal complaint with the Ipswich District Court Clerk's Office. Earlier today Attorney Neyman represented the accused at the hearing. The clerk magistrate properly denied the application. The case has been dismissed.

  • Charges of Leaving the Scene of an Accident With Personal Injury dismissed against Boston restaurant manager

    Boston Municipal Court: The prosecution alleged that on October 1, 2010 Boston Police responded to a call for a hit and run near the intersection of Berkeley and Marlborough Streets. Upon arrival the police met with EMS personnel who directed them to the victim. The victim claimed that a car came around the corner at a high rate of speed, struck the vehicle in which she was sitting and fled. The driver of the vehicle then parked the car nearby and failed to make herself known. The driver, our client had difficulty parking the car and was observed to be unsteady on her feet. She entered a nearby apartment building. The police inspected the car and noticed some extensive damage. They were able to match the plate to the defendant. The victim was presented with a Registry of Motor Vehicle image of the defendant and made a positive identification. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the charge of leaving the scene with personal injury dismissed. The remaining charge of leaving the scene with property damage was continued without a finding.

  • Charges of Leaving the Scene With Property Damage against Lexington executive nolle prossed prior to arraignment

    Newton District Court: The prosecution alleged that on January 16, 2011 Newton Police were dispatched to the intersection of Dedham Street and Rosalie Road for a report of a hit and run. Officers contacted the operator of the vehicle who complained that while attempting to take a turn on Brookline Street a motor vehicle came out and side swiped her in the driver's side, causing her vehicle to spin around. The plate of the offending vehicle fell off during impact. Officers investigating found that our client was the registered owner of the car and charges issued. Today Attorney Neyman was able to secure a nolle prosse of the charges prior to arraignment.

  • Charges of Leaving the Scene of a Motor Vehicle Accident, Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle against enlisted military man dismissed on the day of trial

    Boston Municipal Court Docket Number: 09-3994. The prosecution alleged at on April 28, 2009 at 2:15 in the morning Boston police responded to a radio call for a motor vehicle accident in downtown Boston. The office observed a vehicle on a grass island that was obviously just in a crash. A witness stated that the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed, that the driver lost control and that the vehicle crossed over an island and uprooted a tree. The driver then fled and got into a cab. The case was set for trial today. Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges against the defendant dismissed.

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