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Should I Hire an Attorney If I Think I’m Guilty?

Facing criminal charges is an overwhelming experience, especially if you believe that you’re guilty of charges. You may be wondering what’s the point of hiring an attorney? However, it’s important to understand that there are other options besides pleading guilty. Hiring an experienced criminal defense attorney can help you gain the representation you need for you to understand your rights and what’s the best way for you to move on with your life.

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The Costly Consequences of Ineffective Representation

If you are facing criminal charges or are under criminal investigation in Massachusetts, it’s imperative that you have proper guidance and effective representation.

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How a Domestic Violence Charge Can Affect Your Life

The consequences of domestic violence allegations are immediate and severe. The long-term consequences are even worse. You need the best criminal defense attorney on your side to get the best results possible.

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Understanding DUI Tests

In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, operating a motor vehicle (OUI) on a public road while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is prohibited. On suspicion of drunk driving, a law enforcement officer can pull you over and request that you submit to a field sobriety test or chemical test.

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Defining “Affirmative Consent” for Sexual Activity

Affirmative consent for sexual activity is one of the most misunderstood aspects of criminal law. Consent is the key issue in criminal cases involving sexual assault allegations. Consent is defined as an affirmative agreement between two or more persons to engage in sexual activity.

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Common Misconceptions about OUIs

You’re driving home from an after-work rendezvous with friends at a local pub, and the police pull you over. The police suspect that you are driving impaired and may run you through a roadside field sobriety test and eventually take you in to charge you with an OUI.

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