Case Results » Operating Negligently so as to Endanger

  • Cambridge District Court: Charges of Negligent Operation Dismissed

    On August 19, 2016 members of the Massachusetts State Police responded to a crash scene. They observed two cars, one with rear end damage and the other with front end damage. The driver of the vehicle with rear end damage was taken to the hospital for his injuries. Witnesses to the incident stated that the car with front end damage ran a stop sign and struck the other vehicle. The witnesses further stated that the responsible driver seemed to be impaired and passed out after the collision. This man was charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle, G.L. c. 90 Section 24. His family hired our office to defend him. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get this charge dismissed.

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  • Boston Municipal Court: Charges of Operating to Endanger Dismissed After Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant is a film maker living in Boston, Massachusetts. Several weeks ago he was traveling through the South Station Tunnel where he was observed cutting across several lanes of traffic nearly causing a multiple car collision. A Massachusetts State Trooper witnessing the event pulled him over and charged him with operating negligently so as to endanger, a crime under G.L. c. 90 Section 24. A clerk magistrate hearing was scheduled for today. Attorney Neyman appeared on behalf of the defendant and got the charges dismissed. No complaint issued.

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  • Ayer District Court: Pretrial Probation for Physician Charged With Operating to Endanger

    The defendant is a physician who in October of 2015 was charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle in violation of G.L. c. 90 Section 24. The victim claimed to be severely injured as a result of this incident and objected to any resolution of the case that did not involve a conviction. Any form of conviction or admission for the defendant could result in a loss of her medical license. Notwithstanding the objection of the victim, today Attorney Neyman was able to secure pretrial probation pursuant to G.L. c. 276 Section 87 for the defendant. She will have no criminal record and her medical license will not be impacted.

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  • Lowell District Court: Operating to Endanger Charge Against Health Club Manager Dismissed

    The prosecution alleged that in January of this year a Chelmsford, Massachusetts police officer responded to the scene of an accident. Witnesses to the incident stated that the defendant was driving his car at a very high rate of speed along narrow roads, traveling on lawns, hitting mailboxes and sideswiping parked cars. The responding officers saw damage to the defendant's car consistent having been involved in the activity described by the witnesses. Charges of operating negligently so as to endanger in violation of G.L. c. 90 Section 24 issued. Attorney Neyman was retained to represent the defendant. Today, all charges were dismissed.

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  • Newburyport District Court: Local Man Found Not Responsible After Driving 40 Over The Speed Limit

    The defendant is a local man who several months ago was pulled over for traveling forty miles per hour over the speed limit. He was given a motor vehicle citation. He applied for a clerk magistrate hearing. There, he unsuccessfully represented himself. He then contacted our office to handle his appeal. Attorney Neyman represented him and was able to win the motor vehicle appeal. The man was found not responsible.

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  • Dedham District Court: Operating to Endanger Case to be Dismissed

    On December 26, 2015 a Dover, Massachusetts police officer was dispatched to a motorcycle crash. The officer arrived to find the vehicle heavily damaged and debris spread over the road. An investigation and an eyewitness account revealed that the driver of the vehicle was proceeding at a high rate of speed, lost control of the motorcycle and crashed. The driver fled the scene. A cell phone found at the scene led the officers to the defendant who was located in a Rhode Island hospital. He had sustained severe injuries in the crash. The driver was interrogated by the police and he confessed to having driven the motorcycle. Multiple motor vehicle charges were filed as well as operating to endanger under G.L. c. 90 Section 24. The defendant hired Attorney Stephen Neyman. Today, the operating to endanger charge was continued without a finding. It will be dismissed in six months.

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  • Newburyport District Court: Negligent Operation and Operating to Endanger Charges Do Not Issue After Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant is a college student who was visiting with family in a northern New England resort town. He was on his way back to school and travelling on Route 95 when he briefly fell asleep behind the wheel of his car. The car crashed. Police immediately responded to the scene. After a brief investigation the accused was cited for operation negligently and operating so as to endanger under G.L. c. 90 Section 24.  A clerk magistrate hearing was scheduled in the Newburyport District Court. Attorney Neyman represented the man. No complaint issued.

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  • Lowell District Court: Local Electrician Not Ordered to Pay Restitution After Hearing Following Operating to Endanger That Was Continued Without a Finding

    Several months ago our client received a continuance without a finding on a very serious motor vehicle crime that resulted in personal injuries and property damage. A condition was that out client pay restitution in an amount to be determined after a hearing. The victim claimed that he was owed in excess of eight thousand dollars in restitution stemming from this incident. After a contested and heated hearing, the judge denied the victim's request and our client does not have to pay any restitution.

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  • Quincy District Court: Charges of Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle Dismissed

    On March 22, 2013 Braintree, Massachusetts police officers observed a Jeep being driven by a man approach them at a high rate of speed. The vehicle crossed the center divide on several occasions. The officers then followed the vehicle and noticed several more erratic driving maneuvers. The operator of the Jeep then lost control, crossed a sidewalk and proceeded into a snow bank at a local church. The Jeep eventually came to rest when it struck a tree. Officers immediately contacted the driver and cited him for reckless operation of a motor vehicle. He was arraigned months later and eventually hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent him. Today, all charges were dismissed.

  • Negligent Operation and Operating to Endanger Charges Dismissed Against Local Businessman

    Brighton District Court: The defendant was stopped and cited while driving on a local highway. According to the police, the defendant was traveling at speeds in excess of one hundred miles per hour. While doing so he cut off an ambulance. Criminal charges were brought in the Brighton District Court. Our office was able to get the defendant pretrial probation. Once he completes twenty hours of community service the case will be dismissed.

  • Charges of negligent operation so as to endanger dismissed after clerk's hearing

    Dedham District Court: Police alleged that our client, a local sales professional, accelerated out of sight at a speed of up to 50 mph in a 30 mph zone and sped through an intersection before crashing into a tree. Police determined that our client impacted the tree at 60 mph or more. Police sought a criminal complaint for negligent operation so as to endanger. Our office was able to get the application for those charges dismissed today at a clerk's hearing.

  • Application for complaint charging Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Failure to Stop for a Police Officer dismissed after Clerk's Hearing

    Wareham District Court: On August 7, 2011 shortly before 6:00 p.m. a Rochester, Massachusetts police officer observed a car traveling 57 in a 40 mile per hour zone. The officer followed the car and activated its lights. The car failed to stop for the officer and continued its high speed of travel for about two miles. The officer eventually effectuated a stop and approached the driver, a recent college graduate and media marketing executive. She was charged with Failing to Stop for a Police Officer and Operating to Endanger. The defendant hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to defend her. After a Clerk's Hearing all charges were dismissed.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Charges of negligent operation of a motor vehicle and unlicensed operation dismissed against Boston investment banker

    Quincy Court Number 09-3387. The prosecution alleged that on May 31, 2009 a Massachusetts State Trooper was conducting stationary LIDAR on Route 93. The defendant was clocked at ninety four miles per hour and was subsequently stopped. The officer detected the odor of alcohol and had the defendant perform some field sobriety tests. She failed. She subsequently blew a .21 on the breathalyzer test. She was arrested and charged with OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, speeding an driving unlicensed. We convinced the office of the district to dismiss the operating to endanger, the unlicensed operation and the speeding. The OUI was continued without a finding subject to a completion of the 24D program.

  • Negligent operation of a motor vehicle charges dismissed against Florida man who was in default for ten years

    Clinton District Court Docket # 95-0666. The defendant was from Florida. In 1995 he was in Massachusetts driving in Worcester County. He came upon a sobriety checkpoint and refused to stop. He was chased for five or six miles and clocked at speeds of over 110 miles per hour. The police determined that his driving privileges had been suspended in Massachusetts for other offenses. Charges of operating to endanger and operating after a suspended license issued against our client. He defaulted on the charges. Subsequently he hired Attorney Stephen Neyman who brought the case forward, removed his default and succeeded in getting all charges dismissed.

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