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Charges of Operating After License Suspension Do Not Issue After Clerk Magistrate Hearing
In October of 2018 the defendant was located in his vehicle in the breakdown lane of the Massachusetts Turnpike having just run out of gas. The state trooper who made contact with him asked for his license. The operator did have an out of state license however the trooper learned that his operating privileges had been revoked for life in Massachusetts. The defendant had a horrendous driving record and several OUI convictions. He hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent him at the clerk magistrate hearing charging violation of G.L. c. 90 Section 23. Today we were able to convince the clerk magistrate not to issue the complaint.
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Operating of Suspended License Case Dismissed at Clerk Magistrate Hearing
The prosecution alleged that a few months ago officers observed a motor vehicle being driven by our client cross over the median strip several times without signaling. Officers noted other civil infractions as well. The vehicle was stopped. The police soon learned that the driver was operating with a license that had been suspended for several surchargeable offenses. A summons issues for a criminal application, or clerk magistrate hearing charging operating with a suspended license in violation of G.L. c. 90 Section 23. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed. No complaint issued.
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Operating Without a License Case Against Everett Mechanic Dismissed
The defendant is an auto mechanic living in Everett, Massachusetts. It was alleged that on December 19, 2013 the defendant was operating a motor vehicle in Revere. He was unlicensed and had several prior operating unlicensed and operating after license suspension charges against him. Today, the date of arraignment, Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed.
Operating With a Suspended License Case Dismissed at Clerk's Hearing
Roxbury District Court: The defendant is the human resource director at a major international bank. On the date of the incident the defendant struck a city bus with her car. The police were called to the scene and noticed that the driver was operating on an expired license. She was summonsed to the Roxbury District Court for a Clerk's Hearing. Attorney Neyman was able to get the charges dismissed at the hearing.
Charges of operating a vehicle with a suspended license dismissed
Worcester District Court: Our client was charged with driving with a suspended license after police stopped him for running a stop sign and discovered that he had a suspended license as well as an active arrest warrant. He was then handcuffed and arrested. Today, our office was able to get the charges dismissed.
Charges of Operating on a Suspended License Dismissed Against Local Mechanical Engineer After Clerk's Hearing
Concord District Court: The prosecution alleged that Stowe, Massachusetts police officers observed the defendant operating at an excessive rate of speed on a small road in that town. They pulled the operator over and learned that his driver's license had been suspended. The man, a mechanical engineer working at a local manufacturing company contacted our office and hired Attorney Stephen Neyman. Today, after a Clerk's Hearing, the criminal charges were dismissed. No complaint will issue.
Charges of operating after a suspended license dismissed
Brookline District Court: Our client, a local realtor, was stopped by police after an officer ran a check on his license plate, identified him as the registered owner, and discovered that his license was suspended. According to the prosecution, our client's license had been suspended since April of 2011. Our client was arrested and charged with operating after suspended license. Denise Dolan of our office was able to get these charges dismissed upon payment of court costs today.
Motion to Vacate Convictions of Malicious Destruction of Property over $250, Restraining Order Violation, and Operating After Suspension or Revocation of License Allowed
Lowell District Court: Our client became subject to removal from the United States once it came to the attention of authorities that he was an alien who had admitted to acts that constituted elements of a crime involving moral turpitude. He hired our office to move to vacate the convictions, and our motion was allowed on the grounds that his attorney did not advise him of immigration consequences of admitting to sufficient facts and that he did not receive an adequate plea colloquy. The matters now stand for new trial, giving our client the opportunity to avoid adverse immigration consequences.
Charge of operating without a license not issued after clerk's hearing
Framingham District Court: Our client was stopped for a speeding violation. When he produced his license, the police officer noticed that it was expired. Police applied for a complaint of operating without a license. Attorney Neyman's office represented him at a clerk's hearing, and the application was dismissed.
Charges of Operating With a Suspended License against New York man dismissed
Dedham District Court # 10-1982. The prosecution alleged that on August 27, 2010 our client, a New York man was operating a motor vehicle in the Commonwealth after his license had been suspended. It turns out that in May of 2010 the defendant's license had been suspended when he failed to pay child support. He was served with notice of the registry action shortly after the suspension. Attorney Neyman convinced the district attorney to dismiss the case earlier today.
Case dismissed against local college student charged with Operating an Unregistered Motor Vehicle and Operating With a Suspended License prior to arraignment
Boston Municipal Court Docket Number: 09-7728. The defendant is a local college student from South America. On November 12, 2009 he was caught driving his car while his license had been suspended. It was also determined that the car was unregistered at the time of operation. Attorney Neyman represented the defendant in court and was able to convince the assistant district attorney and the judge to dismiss the case with two hundred dollars court costs prior to the arraignment.