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  • Lawrence District Court: Charges of Operating With Suspended License and Unregistered Dismissed After Clerk's Hearing

    On April 12, 2017 the defendant was driving through the town of Andover, Massachusetts. A police officer pulled him over for not having a current inspection sticker. Shortly after the stop the officer learned that the man's driver's license had been suspended for OUI and that the car was not registered. Both of these are crimes under G.L. c. 90 Section 23 and G.L. c. 90 Section 20 respectively. A summons for a clerk magistrate hearing issued. Attorney Neyman represented the man at the hearing and the complaint did not issue. The charges were dismissed.

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  • Westborough District Court: Charge of Unlicensed Operation Against College Student Dismissed Prior to Arraignment

    On February 7, 2016 the defendant, a local college student was pulled over for speeding. He was driving 88 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone. The officer who stopped him quickly learned that the man was originally from another country and had only a learner's permit and an international license in his possession. A summons  for a clerk magistrate hearing issued. The man was overseas and unable to make the hearing and a criminal complaint for unlicensed operation under G.L. c. 90 Section 10 issued. He then hired Attorney Stephen Neyman to represent him. Today, Attorney Neyman went into court and was able to get the case dismissed prior to arraignment.

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  • Concord District Court: Charges of Operating Without a License Dismissed at Clerk Magistrate Hearing

    The defendant is a non-citizen who was driving a car with an international driver's license in Lexington, Massachusetts on June 25, 2015. She was pulled over for a traffic violation at which time she was found to be in violation of G.L. c. 90 Section 10, operating without a license. She was issued a citation and requested a clerk magistrate hearing. Today, at the hearing our office was able to get the case dismissed. No criminal complaint will issue.

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  • Lynn District Court: Charges of Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle Dismissed

    The defendant is a doctor who moved to the United States to pursue his medical career. He is a green card holder who wants to become a citizen as soon as possible. On July 16, 2015 the man was stopped by Lynn, Massachusetts police for a passing violation. The police quickly learned that the man had no Massachusetts driver's license. Rather, he was driving with an international license from India. He was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in violation of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 90 Section 10. Today was the return date on the criminal complaint summons. Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges dismissed.

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  • Somerville District Court: Charges of Operating Without a License Dismissed at Arraignment

    The defendant is an engineer from China who was stopped and cited for a motor vehicle moving violation. The officers quickly learned that the man was unlicensed. He was arrested and summonsed to court for arraignment on criminal charges, specifically, operating without being licensed. Our office was hired. Today, at the arraignment all charges were dismissed. The man will have no criminal record.

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  • Quincy District Court: Charges of Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle Dismissed Prior to Arraignment

    The defendant is a retail salesman who was pulled over in Norfolk County, Massachusetts for a marked lanes violation. Police officers quickly learned that the defendant was not licensed to operate a motor vehicle and charges issued. Attorney Neyman was hired to defend him. Today, the day of arraignment all charges were dismissed….PRIOR TO ARRAIGNMENT. The defendant will not have a PCF number.

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  • Operating Without a License Charge Against Local Graduate Student Dismissed at Clerk's Hearing

    Roxbury District Court: The prosecution alleged that on May 17, 2013 the defendant was stopped by a Boston Police Officer for a Motor Vehicle violation. During the stop the officer learned that the defendant did not have a Massachusetts driver's license and that his car was not registered, both criminal offenses in Massachusetts. A Clerk's Hearing was scheduled. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to convince the clerk to dismiss the case. No complaint will issue.

  • Charges of Operating Without a License Dismissed After Clerk's Hearing

    Charlestown District Court: The prosecution alleged that on March 30, 2012 our client was involved in a collision on a major Boston road. A state trooper responded to investigate and quickly learned that our client was not licensed to operate a motor vehicle in Massachusetts. Charges were brought in the Charlestown District Court. Attorney Neyman appeared on behalf of the client today at a Clerk's Hearing and succeeded in getting all charges dismissed.

  • Charges of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, inspection sticker violation against Boston sales executive dismissed

    Malden District Court # 09-3543. The prosecution alleged that on November 29, 2009 as part of a "Click it or Ticket" operation in the city Melrose local police observed the defendant operating a car with an expired inspection sticker. He was pulled over. He produced an expired driver's license and he was issued a citation. He was later summonsed to court, charged with criminal motor vehicle violations. Attorney Neyman was retained to defend the individual, a high profile sales executive working for a nationally renowned company in Boston. All charges were dismissed upon the payment of court costs.

  • 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.

  • Charges of operating without a license dismissed against resident alien

    Lowell District Court Docket # 09-3192.  The prosecution alleged that our client, a resident alien from Mexico was operating a motor vehicle without a driver's license in Lowell, Massachusetts on May 9, 2009.  Through a random plate check the police determined that the owner and perhaps operator of the vehicle was unlicensed.  The police pulled the car over.  Our client was the operator.  He had no license in his possession and it was later learned that he was operating without a license.  Attorney Neyman was able to get all charges against our client dismissed.

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