Blog Posts in April, 2014

  • Back Bay Fire Sparks Legislative Debate About Negligent Homicide Law

    Last month, wind-blown sparks from an open-air welding project to install an iron handrail intended, ironically, for safety purposes at 296 Beacon Street in Boston's Back Bay set off a massive blaze that consumed neighboring 298 Beacon Street, and in the process extinguished the lives of two heroic Boston firefighters. Typically, city permitting requirements call for such a job to have an on-site ...
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  • Timeout for Official Review: the Latest Questions in the Aaron Hernandez Case

    Last Friday afternoon's indictment of Aaron Hernandez' co-defendants, Earnest Wallace and Carlos Ortiz, on charges of first degree murder in the 2013 slaying of Odin Lloyd nearly eight months after being charged with lesser related offenses raises more questions than it answers. I've already been asked a number of these questions during my regular on-camera appearances as a FOX 25 legal analyst, ...
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