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Charges of Threatening to Commit a Crimes Dismissed and Sealed
Recently, our client got pretrial probation under G.L. c. 276 section 87 for a case involving threatening to commit a crime under G.L. c. 275 section 2. After successfully completing the pretrial probation the case was appropriately dismissed. Our client wanted to have the case sealed under G.L. c. 276 section 100C. Attorney Neyman was hired to do this. Today, our petition was allowed and the case was dismissed.
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Arraignment Continued on Threatening to Commit a Crime Case Against Non-Citizen
Our client is a non-citizen who is in school and works at a convenience store. There have been a series of thefts at the store. The store owner deduced that one of his other employees had been stealing from him. He confronted that employee and called the police. When the officers arrived the accused employee tried to deflect attention from herself and complained that our client was stealing from the store and that he had threatened to kill her if she told on him. He was charged with threatening to commit a crime under G.L. c. 275 section 2. Today, Attorney Neyman convinced the district attorney's office not to arraign our client pending a further investigation into the legitimacy of the allegations. The arraignment was continued.
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Charges of Threatening to Commit a Crime Against Scientist Dismissed
Our client is a well known scientist working in the biomedical industry. For several years he has had difficulties with neighbors who have been harassing him. One day he decided to respond to the harassment by placing a threatening note under their door. The note was turned over to the local police who applied for a complaint. Our client never attended the clerk magistrate hearing and a summons for arraignment on the complaint was issued. The charges were threatening to commit a crime under G.L. c. 275 section 2. Attorney Neyman was hired. Today, the day of arraignment we were able to get all charges dismissed.
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