Blog Posts in March, 2018

  • Excessive Bail: What Are Your Rights?

    A person who is arrested and charged with a criminal offense is typically taken into custody to a local law enforcement station, where they are booked. After the fingerprints and mugshots, they can either be held in a facility within the station or taken to county jail. Depending on the severity of the crime, prior convictions and other factors, the individual may be released pending their first ...
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  • Can I Terminate My Obligation To Register as a Sex Offender in Massachusetts?

    All convicted sex offenders who live, work, or go to school Massachusetts must enter into the sex offender registry. Under state and federal law, these registries contain public information that identifies those who have been convicted of a sexual offense, such as rape, sexual assault, sex with a minor, and molestation. If you’re forced to register as a sex offender, your mug shots, current ...
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