The short answer is that you will not have a criminal record for the MGL c. 209A restraining order that was never violated. It is civil in nature and does not appear on any criminal record, including a BOP, CORI, CARI, etc. However, Massachusetts has developed a separate record system for...View More
The FBI, like other law enforcement agencies, may use investigative techniques and tools during investigations. However, the use of investigative drugs, also known as controlled substances, typically requires strict adherence to federal and state laws. The specifics of such laws can vary from state...View More
I was incarcerated over 15 years ago with a friend who commited this crime and being with him,I was sentenced too.I was given a 6 year sentence and have been free for over 15 years without getting in any trouble whatsoever.And would like to get a better job and move on with my life.This blemish in... View More
Under Massachusetts law, generally, individuals convicted of certain non-violent offenses may be eligible to have their records sealed (not necessarily expunged though) after a certain period of time. However, offenses such as attempted murder are considered violent crimes and are therefore not...View More
In Massachusetts, as well as in the United States at large, law enforcement agencies like the FBI are generally required to adhere to legal and ethical standards in their investigative activities. Administering drugs without consent, especially for investigative purposes, would likely raise serious...View More
It is best to obtain a separate loan if possible as there would need to be separate counsel to review the circumstances of a mortgage promissory note situation. You also want to make sure that you don't violate an automatic asset restraining order if Divorce is or will be started shortly.
In Massachusetts and throughout the United States, law enforcement agencies like the FBI can use investigative techniques and tools, including drugs, during their investigations. However, the use of investigative drugs as evidence in court can be subject to legal regulations and procedures.
I agree with Atty. Claus. The use of investigative drugs by law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, are subject to specific regulations and guidelines designed to ensure that the use does not violate individual constitutional and/or due process rights.
In Massachusetts, law enforcement authorities have the power to conduct a felony stop on a vehicle if they have reasonable suspicion or probable cause to believe that a felony has been committed or if there is an imminent threat to public safety. If there is a BOLO on your car or the person who...View More
In Massachusetts, the statute of limitations for sexual assault cases, including rape, varies depending on the specific offense committed. While rape and aggravated rape of a child have no statute of limitations, indecent assault and battery generally have a 15-year statute of limitations, with...View More
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If you believe that you have been the victim of a crime or other misconduct involving the FBI, the CIA, and/or the Department of Defense, it is important that you seek the advice of a qualified attorney who specializes in federal litigation and civil rights law.
Received a letter from Dudley district Court MA. Almost 4 weeks ago stating there's a probation status hearing on the day probation has concluded. All the money is square and I never violated..do I need to attend this hearing for probation to end? Says a warrant for my arrest if I do not... View More
You should not be using google, but instead speak to your PO.
They are in the best position to state if it is being dismissed or there is an issue. If it is scheduled on the last day of your probation, it is most likley that the Court wants you there when it is terminated. It is also...View More
Mistakes in police reports can be used at trial to demonstrate that an officer has formed a wrong conclusion or conducts sloppy investigations. However, some mistakes are so minor and inconsequential that calling attention to them could backfire. A seasoned trial attorney will know what can type...View More
My girlfriend and I got in an argument in January 2022. I was drunk and being mean while she drove us home. She got tired of it, pulled over and unbuckled me and while she pulled the buckle around me to get me out of her car, she accidentally hit me. I got mad she was making me get out and walk and... View More
In practice, it is rare that a Court issues a warrant for a victim- it tends to discourage people from calling the police when they really need to. Generally speaking, all of us are required to advise you to follow the law. Your...View More
Say someone gets invited to a party in high school and there is going to be underage drinking. This person knows that but really wants to brigo cause their friends are going etc. This person however would never drink. If said party was ‘busted’ by the police and you were caught. Would you still... View More
basically, yes, unless the police believe you were not drinking. You can ask for their breathalizer if you feel confident, but I am not sure I would trust entirely how they administer it....depending on where you live. If that were to happen, go immediately to a clinic or hospital and get a blood...View More
For example, if your wife killed someone by driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, and they are currently in the system for future sentencing. Can a civil attorney of the victim's family take her mortgage or the estate's value if she filed jointly with her husband who committed... View More
A Massachusetts attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. This is something that would require more thorough analysis than solely looking at tax filing status (you mention filing jointly). Attorneys would look at ownership of the property and assets, not only tax...View More
I was in a car accident last year my insurance company considered my car totaled and I canceled the plates in April of last year before they took it. They had messed up when the tow company was coming so my plates were still in my car and I told the insurance guy I just needed an hour before... View More
Unfortunately I suggest you obtain the services of a New York attorney experienced in this type of law because you are going to have to convince a judge that you are not responsible for the tickets based on your circumstances described above. You can also keep attempting to dispute the tickets...View More
Even though you are on unsupervised probation, it is still probation and with that comes certain conditions. At the onset, you signed a contract or agreement with probation on day 1, and that included any orders by the Court and any standard terms of probation. Sometimes probation takes the liberty...View More
After a four year criminal harassment court battle with our former duplex neighbor who was found guilty my husband who witnessed the trauma and it's damage that blew through my life. He himself after vacating our home... View More
It sounds like you need the Probate Court's intervention in the form of Temporary Orders concerning exclusivity of possession of the home and orders concerning preservation of the asset if it is a home owned by the parties and spousal support and return of the liquidated marital funds - you...View More
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