On Probation? Know your Rights.

Last month a divided (4-3) SJC issued a decision barring the MA Probation Dept. from imposing new and/or additional restrictions on sex offenders absent some violation of the terms of their probation, See Com. v. Goodwin, 458 Mass. 11 (2010).

If you have been accused of a crime and you need a to represent you please contact Brad Bailey at 781-589-2828

About the author:

Brad Bailey was a felony prosecutor in Manhattan (NY) and an Assistant District Attorney in Middlesex County (MA), where he prosecuted murders, sex crimes and serious narcotics trafficking cases. He went on to prosecute federal drug crimes and the mafia/organized crime as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Boston. A six time Super Lawyer and Top 100 Trial Attorney, he is AV rated by Martindale and rated "Superb" by Avvo. Brad has been a member of the defense bar since 1999, and uses his vast experience on both sides of the law to defend clients accused of all manner of serious criminal offenses in both state and federal courts throughout, Massachusetts, New York, the greater New England Region, and elsewhere in the United States. He is widely regarded as one of