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Charges of Threatening to Commit a Crime Against Scientist Dismissed
Our client is a well known scientist working in the biomedical industry. For several years he has had difficulties with neighbors who have been harassing him. One day he decided to respond to the harassment by placing a threatening note under their door. The note was turned over to the local police who applied for a complaint. Our client never attended the clerk magistrate hearing and a summons for arraignment on the complaint was issued. The charges were threatening to commit a crime under G.L. c. 275 section 2. Attorney Neyman was hired. Today, the day of arraignment we were able to get all charges dismissed.
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Charges of Disorderly Person Against Licensed Social Worker Dismissed
Our client is a licensed social worker. A couple of days ago she was at a local establishment celebrating her birthday. She was inebriated and asked to leave the premises. She objected and became hostile. The police were called. The woman continued this behavior and refused to leave the establishment. She also struck one of the officers. Fortunately, the officers refrained from bring an assault and battery on a police charge against her. However, she was arrested and charged with disorderly person under G.L. Chapter 272 section 53. Today, the day of arraignment we were able to get the case dismissed.
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Charges of Trespass Against Software Developer Dismissed
Our client was at a restaurant/bar enjoying a night out with his girlfriend. The girlfriend was acting up and asked to leave the bar. She did. The boyfriend however took issue with this. After some heated discussion he too was asked to leave. He did however he returned to continue with his argument. The police were called and he was summonsed to court, charged with trespass under G.L. Chapter 266 section 120. Attorney Neyman was hired. Today, all charges were dismissed.
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Charges of Vandalism and Trespass Against Renowned Artist Dismissed
The defendant is a well known artist in New England. In January of this year he was charged with vandalizing property under G.L. c. 266 section 126A and trespassing under G.L. c. 266 section 123. The police provided the following information. On the day of the offense a man reported seeing suspicious activity on train tracks. He called the police. The man told them that he saw two individuals walking down the tracks wearing a backpack. The officers located one individual, the co-defendant and observed him in possession of spray paint. He was also covered with paint. The officers then located two vehicles parked in the area. One belonged to the co-defendant and one to our client. Our client fit the description of the man who reported the activity. Consequently, these charges were issued. Attorney Neyman filed and successfully argued a motion to dismiss these charges.
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Complaint for Trespass Does Not Issue Following Clerk Magistrate Hearing
The defendant is a computer engineer with several graduate degrees. He has a passion for photography. Several weeks ago he was taking pictures of historic buildings that are owned by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In order to get a clearer shot of the property he climbed over the fence. He was quickly surrounded by state troopers and interrogated. When he told them what he was doing he was given a summons for a clerk magistrate hearing charging him with trespassing under G.L. c. 266 Section 120. He hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent him. Today, after a clerk magistrate hearing no complaint issued. The matter was dismissed.
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Charges of trespassing and disturbing a public assembly to be dismissed
Roxbury District Court: Our client, a local college student, was arrested and charged with trespassing and disturbing a public assembly after allegedly jumping a wall at Fenway Park during a game and running onto the field. Our office was able to get the case continued without a finding for only 3 months, meaning that all charges will be dismissed in 3 months provided that our client stays out of criminal legal trouble.
Charges of Disorderly Conduct against Boston Businessman Dismissed Prior to Arraignment
Boston Municipal Court # 10-7918. According to Boston Police, on November 6, 2010 at 2:11 a.m. Boston Police officers were transporting a prisoner to the station for booking. They were on State Street when the defendant walked out in front of the cruiser, blocking its path and obstructing the police. The police officers tried to get the defendant to move out of the way. Instead, he started to dance. He was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct. Our office succeeded in getting the case dismissed today prior to arraignment.