Blog Posts in May, 2019

  • Failure to Register as a Massachusetts Sex Offender

    A person convicted of certain sex crimes in Massachusetts is considered a sex offender and must register with the Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB). Additionally, sex offenders must verify their home address once a year, notify the SORB 10 days in advance when changing homes or moving outside the state, and notify the SORB within 45 days of becoming homeless. Failure to register, failure to ...
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  • Massachusetts Recreational Cannabis Laws

    After Massachusetts voters approved the legalization of recreational cannabis, the law went into full effect in December 2016. Adults who are at least 21 years of age can use, purchase, and possess up to one ounce of marijuana on their person and up to five grams of cannabis concentrate outside the home and keep up to 10 ounces at home. Additionally, consumers can grow up to six plants at home and ...
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  • Big Pharma & RICO

    In the past two decades, over 200,000 people have overdosed during the opioid crisis. Now, the criminal justice system has begun holding pharmaceutical and drug distribution companies, as well as their owners and executives, criminally responsible for the national epidemic. Insys Therapeutics Case On May 2, 2019, a federal jury found the founder and top executives of Insys Therapeutics, a seller ...
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