Category Archives: Arrest

Arraignment

Arraignment is when you are officially charged with a crime in front of judge. You get to arraignment one of four ways.  The first way is a little less pleasant. 1. Worse case scenario – You are arrested and brought to court either the same day or the next day.  Here are a few scenarios where this…

The Police are Asking Questions – Do you Answer?

Most people, well at least a lot of people, believe that if a Police Officer or someone else in law enforcement is asking them a question, then they have to answer.   This is not true.  Trying to be helpful to the Police when they are investigating a crime often leads to becoming a suspect (if…

Young People (High School and College) and Crimes

If you are the parent of a high school or college student who gets charged with a crime (or if you are a high school or college student) you are probably worried about the effects will have on your future! A criminal conviction can have an effect on your future!  It can effect your future…

Massachusetts Has Very Tough Drunk Driving Laws!

What if you are charged with OUI (i.e. drunk driving, DWI, DUI) in Massachusetts?  Well, first of all, it depends on whether or not you have been convicted of drunk driving previously.  It doesn’t matter if you were convicted OR admitted to sufficient facts (i.e. a continuation without a finding) in Massachusetts or in another state….

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