Blog Posts in November, 2017

  • What to Do If You've Been Falsely Accused of Sexual Assault

    In today’s climate, more and more men in positions of power are being accused of sexual assault. While this is unacceptable in any industry or arena, many of these allegations are being thrown out without any definitive proof. In fact, many of the accused are losing jobs, losing their loved ones, and facing a public outcry before they even have a chance to deny or accept these claims. First things ...
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  • Are Criminal Convictions Public Record?

    If you have been convicted of a crime in the United States, this fact is public record. This means the record of your conviction, including the details of the case, are available for anyone who goes to a court clerk’s office and searches for your specific files. The only exception to this general rule is when the judge rules to seal a conviction. This is also known as expungement, which occurs if ...
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  • Attorney Brad Bailey on Coercion Case

    Following a report filed on a State District judge's daughter, a Massachusetts State Trooper was coerced into tampering with the incident report. Now filing a lawsuit, the trooper has been accused of slander and derogatory statements. The clip above features Attorney Brad Bailey and his professional comments on the case.
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