What is the basis for the prosecutor's decision to withdraw the complaint against you? Were you defamed or otherwise wrongfully prosecuted? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself....Read more »
I was a student in MA back in 2015/2016. I was stopped by police and my insurance had lapsed. I thought I would receive a ticket but due to unforeseen circumstances I had to quickly move back home (to Florida where I currently reside). I changed my address and what not but I... Read more »
It may be possible to avoid a trip to Massachusetts if you hire a criminal defense attorney here. No guarantee that the judge will agree to waive your appearance, but I have been able to do it successfully for several out-of-state clients.
I filed a discrimination and retaliation complaint with MCAD in 2012. I have enough evidence and 3 witnesses. But MCD twisted the facts and dismissed my case because my employer offered some interest to MCAD.
You must file a Notice of Appeal with the clerk of the state district court no more than 30 days after the entry (filing) of the judgment against you. I cannot urge you too strongly to consult an experienced appeals attorney about this.
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