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  • Charges of Possessing a Counterfeit Note and Uttering a Counterfeit Note to be dismissed against Woburn man to be dismissed

    Woburn District Court Docket Number: 09-1970. On April 16, 2009 law enforcement officials met with the defendant after learning that he had tried to deceive a local bank into believing that it had given him counterfeit money through one of his withdrawals. Apparently a bank official confiscated the bills from the defendant and contacted the police. The defendant admitted that he had possessed and tried to pass the counterfeit bills. He also admitted to getting this money in a drug deal. Both charges are felonies. Our office was able to get the district attorney to agree to continue the case without a finding for one year.

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