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  • Woburn District Court: Charges of Operating Uninsured and Unregistered Vehicle Against Medical Student Dismissed Prior to Arraignment

    In late November, 2017 the defendant was stopped at a light. A Massachusetts State Trooper made a routine query of the license plates and learned that the vehicle was not insured, nor was it registered. The driver was given a summons for a clerk magistrate hearing charging violations of G.L. c. 90 Section 34 and G.L. c. 90 Section 23. The defendant missed the hearing and a criminal complaint issued. The defendant then hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent her. Attorney Neyman advanced the case and succeeded in getting all charged dismissed prior to arraignment.

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  • Woburn District Court: Criminal Motor Vehicle Violations Against Doctor Dismissed at Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant is a radiologist working at a prestigious hospital in the greater Boston area. On October 28, 2017 a Burlington, Massachusetts police officer on routine patrol observed a car being operated with an expired registration sticker. The vehicle was stopped and the officer quickly learned that the operator had no insurance, was driving an unregistered car and had failed to notify the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles of an address change. She was charged with violating G.L. c. 90 Section 23 and G.L. c. 90 Section 26A. Attorney Neyman was hired to represent the defendant at a clerk magistrate hearing. Today, after the hearing, no complaint was issued.

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  • Charlestown District Court: Charges of Attaching Wrong Plates and No Inspection Sticker Do Not Issue After Clerk's Hearing

    The defendants in this case swapped cars without going through appropriate channels. In doing so, one of the defendants took plates from his previous car and put it on his new car. He also failed to have an inspection sticker on his car. On December 26, 2016 one of the defendants was pulled over for not having the inspection sticker. During the stop the officer learned of the plate violation. The defendant was issued a citation for violating G.L. c. 90 Section 23, plate violation and G.L. c. 90 Section 20, no inspection sticker. He applied for a clerk magistrate hearing. Today, our office was able to get the charges dropped. No complaint issued.

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  • Lowell District Court: Request for Restitution Dismissed After Hearing

    The defendant was involved in a motor vehicle crime incident over one year ago. Our office succeeded in getting all charges dismissed with the understanding that the victim could have a hearing on the issue of restitution. The victim complained that our client's actions resulted in a substantial financial loss totaling several thousand dollars. A restitution hearing was scheduled for today. Attorney Neyman was able to get all the matter dismissed. Our client owes the victim nothing.

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  • Boston Municipal Court: Knowingly Permitting an Unlicensed Driver Charges Dismissed After Clerk's Hearing

    The defendant owns a large web based company in New England. The prosecution alleged that a few months ago a Boston, Massachusetts police officer stopped a vehicle being driven by a woman. The vehicle belonged to our client who was in the front passenger seat. The woman, after producing her license was cited for various motor vehicle infractions. Several weeks later a woman with the same name as the operator of our client's car appeared at the police station when she learned about the previously issued citations. It turns out that this woman lost her license at a local bar and the person driving our client presented this document when she was stopped. Consequently, our client was charged under Melanie's law, G.L. c. 90 Section 12 for knowingly permitting an unlicensed driver to operate his car. He hired Stephen Neyman for the case. Today, at a clerk magistrate hearing all charges were dismissed.

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  • Wrentham District Court: Charge of Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle to be Dismissed

    The defendant manages a car dealership in suburban Boston. He has a significant criminal record involving multiple motor vehicle crime convictions. Several weeks ago he was caught driving without being licensed. A conviction would result in a guaranteed loss of license and he would have been terminated from his employment. He hired Attorney Neyman to represent him. Today, notwithstanding he criminal record the case was continued without a finding. The charges will be dismissed in a few months and he will not lose his license.

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  • Lowell District Court: Operating to Endanger, Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle Charges Against Electrical Contractor to be Dismissed

    The prosecution alleged that on September 1, 2014 the defendant was driving his car at a high rate of speed on a busy suburban street. He was driving erratically and while attempted to avoid one car the driver struck the curb, bounced back into the roadway, struck two other vehicles and flipped over several times. Several witnesses corroborated these facts and the defendant was charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle in violation of G.L. c. 90 Section 24 and other related offenses. The defendant has a significant driving record. That notwithstanding, Attorney Neyman was able to get the case continued without a finding. All charges will be dismissed if the defendant remains free of criminal conduct for the next year.

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  • Newburyport District Court: Charges of Operating to Endanger, Reckless Operation, to be Dismissed

    The defendant is a twenty year old auto mechanic hoping to be accepted into the military. Several months ago he was driving an older model car down a residential road about eighty miles per hour. He nearly his an oncoming police vehicle. The officer turned around, put on his lights and went after the car. The driver attempted to flee the scene in the car, running a stop sign and refusing to stop for the officer. He was eventually stopped, arrested and charged with violating Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 90 Section 24, operating recklessly and operating to endanger. The man has a significant driving history. Nevertheless, today, Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges continued without a finding. The case will be dismissed in a few months.

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  • Wrentham District Court: Operating After Suspended License For OUI Case Dismissed

    The prosecution alleged that several months ago a Massachusetts State Police Officer was travelling southbound on Route 95 when he was passed at a high rate of speed by a vehicle being driven by a young male. The man was on probation for OUI and not permitted to operate a motor vehicle. He was stopped at which time the officer learned of his license suspension. The man was charged with operating on a suspended license for OUI in the Wrentham District Court. Today, Attorney Stephen Neyman was able to get the charges dismissed on court costs.

  • Dudley District Court: Charges of Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle Dismissed

    Several weeks ago a state police officer stopped to investigate what appeared to be an abandoned car just off of the breakdown lane on a local highway. He illuminated his flashlight and observed a man, the defendant sleeping in the vehicle. The trooper made an inquiry about the status of the man and the vehicle to his dispatcher. He learned that the defendant was driving without insurance. A complaint application was served and a complaint issued. Today, Attorney Neyman had the case dismissed prior to arraignment.

  • Stoughton District Court: Charges of Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle to be Dismissed

    On May 16, 2014 Canton Police officers on patrol near a local sports bar observed a car being driven by a young man exit the bar parking lot, accelerate rapidly and spin the tires causing a squealing noise. The car sped into the roadway recklessly causing a danger to the public. The vehicle then took an abrupt turn and cross the marked double yellow lines. It continued on, swerving dramatically in the roadway and accelerating rapidly at intermittent times. The car then traveled at a speed of 80 in a 30 mile an hour zone. The driver then screeched on is brakes when coming to a stop for the pursuing police officers. He was charged with reckless operation of a motor vehicle. The case was continued without a finding and will be dismissed after the completion of a short period of probation.

  • Woburn District Court: Charges Of Operating With A Suspended License Against Social Worker Dismissed

    The prosecution alleged that on May 8, 2014 a Wilmington, Massachusetts police officer observed a car being driving by our client speeding on Route 93. The officer followed the car and saw it cross the marked yellow lines on several occasions without signaling and erratically. The officer stopped the man, a local social worker. The officer asked for the defendant's license and registration. The license had been suspended due to several previous motor vehicle violations and crimes. The officer arrested the man and scheduled the case for arraignment for a criminal motor vehicle offense. Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed today.

  • Lynn District Court: Charge of Operating Without a License and Without Insurance Against Mechanic Dismissed

    The defendant is a mechanic living in Everett, Massachusetts and not a citizen. Several months ago he was stopped for a civil motor vehicle infraction in Lynn, Massachusetts. The officer who stopped him immediately learned that the man did not have a valid driver's license. A criminal background check revealed that this same man had two prior identical offenses in Massachusetts. He was charged with operating without a driver's license and without insurance. That fact that his is not a citizen made it imperative that nothing short of the charges being dismissed was necessary. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the charges dismissed.

  • Cocaine Drug Possession Charges to be Dismissed, Motor Vehicle Case Dismissed

    Brookline District Court: The prosecution alleged that on February 16, 2011 a Brookline Police Officer observed a man driving his motor vehicle at a high rate of speed. The operator was pulled over and asked to produce his license and registration. The officer learned that the individual did not have a driver's license. The man was arrested. While at the police station a booking search was conducted. During the search officers found three bags containing a quantity of cocaine consistent with personal use or simply drug possession. The man was charged and defaulted. Subsequently our office was retained. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to remove the default and get the Motor Vehicle case dismissed. The prosecution agreed to pretrial probation for the drug case meaning that if the defendant remain free from criminal trouble all charges will be dismissed. This will have no effect on his immigration status.

  • Various Motor Vehicle Crimes, Disturbing the Peace Dismissed Against Serviceman

    Waltham District Court: The prosecution alleged that on May 18, 2012 a Watertown police officer observed the defendant operating a motor vehicle while exiting the parking lot of a local coffee shop. The operator left at a high rate of speed and accelerated when he heard the police behind him. Once a stop was effectuated the defendant became unruly, threatening the police officer. He did not have a license, and was charged with Disorderly Person and Operating Without a License among other Motor Vehicle Crimes. Today, Attorney Stephen Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed on court costs.

  • Charges of Road Rage, Malicious Destruction of Property Over $250 against local senior software engineer dismissed after Clerk's Hearing

    Woburn District Court: The prosecution alleged that on July 20, 2011 Massachusetts State Police were notified about a road rage incident having occurred on Route 128 (95) southbound in Woburn, Massachusetts. Police arrived to interview the victim who stated that while jostling for lane access the victim gave our client the finger. The parties exited the highway, still engaging one another. While at a red light our client got out of his car, confronted the victim and kicked his car. The investigating officer found a shoe print in the side of the car that matched our client's shoe. The car was significantly damaged. Today, Attorney Neyman succeeded in having the charges dismissed. No complaint will issue.

  • Charges of Operating Negligently so as to Endanger to be dismissed after Clerk's Hearing

    Malden District Court. The prosecution alleged that on January 10, 2010 Wakefield police were dispatched to the scene of an accident. An eyewitness came forward and told the police that he saw the defendant trying to pass a pickup truck on a single lane road clearly marked with no passing solid yellow double lines. The operator of the lead vehicle tried to prevent our client from passing. The interaction continued through the center of the town of Wakefield. The lead vehicle came to a stop and was rear ended by the defendant in a manner that the witness suggested was intentional. Attorney Neyman represented the defendant at the Clerk's Hearing. The clerk agreed to continue the case for six months. If the defendant stay free from criminal legal trouble and civil Motor Vehicle Violations the case will be dismissed. No complaint will issue.

  • Charges of Uttering a False Document, Forging a Motor Vehicle Document, Related Motor Vehicle Crimes dismissed against Boxford, Massachusetts man after Clerk's Hearing

    Haverhill District Court. The prosecution alleged that our client, a Boxford, Massachusetts man was pulled over by local police for operating erratic operation of his motor vehicle. When the police approached they noticed something suspicious about his inspection sticker. Upon closer examination it was learned that the sticker was in fact removed from another vehicle, photocopied and placed on the windshield of our client's car. Our client was charged with various Motor Vehicle Crimes. At a Clerk's Hearing Attorney Neyman was able to convince the clerk magistrate not to issue the complaint.

  • Charges of negligent operation of a motor vehicle, related motor vehicle charges dismissed against New York woman

    Wrentham District Court Docket Number: 09-1830. The prosecution claimed that on June 7, 2009 the defendant made an erratic lane change and drove past a Massachusetts State Trooper at over 80 miles per hour. The officer followed the car and observed it weave in and out of traffic. The driver attempted to evade apprehension and was ultimately stopped. She was charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle and other motor vehicle offenses. At the pre-trial our office got the criminal charges dismissed.

  • Negligent operation case against Worcester man dismissed

    Concord District Court # 08-1315. Massachusetts State Police reported that on July 26, 2008 at 5:47 a.m. a trooper was dispatched to Concord for a report of a one car accident. When he arrived to the scene he observed the defendant's car down an embankment lying on its side with the undercarriage facing towards the roadway. The trooper next saw the defendant covered in dirt stains. When asked how the accident happened the defendant stated that when he went to answer his cell phone he lost sight of the road and ended up in a ditch. The trooper also detected a strong odor of alcohol on the defendant. Today our office succeeded in getting the negligent operation case dismissed. The defendant was also charged with OUI. That matter was continued without a finding and a G.L. c. 94D disposition was imposed. Our client will be permitted to operate with a restricted license for forty five days. Afterwards, his full operating privileges will be restored.

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