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    • Difference Between a Bench Warrant and an Arrest Warrant

      There are two primary types of warrants which can lead to an individual's arrest. The first is a bench warrant which is commonly issued when an individual fails to follows the rules of the court or ...

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    • What Happens If I Wasn’t Read My Miranda Rights?

      Many people have the assumption that if they are arrested and the police do not “read them their rights,” they can walk away from the charge without being punished. However, this is a myth perpetuated ...

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    • Assault vs. Self-Defense: What’s the Difference?

      We all have the right to defend ourselves against harm, and while this right is vital, there are limits placed on what constitutes self-defense. However, when you exceed these limits, you can find ...

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    • How Long Does a Juvenile Crime Stay on a Person's Record?

      If you were a juvenile offender, you might be concerned about your criminal record haunting you long after you have moved on with your life. It is important to understand that each state handles ...

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    • Defending Against Accusations of Domestic Violence

      When it comes to domestic violence, a single accusation could be enough to warrant criminal charges. It is unfortunate but true that a substantial number of domestic violence cases are based on little ...

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    • Assistant Police Chief Arrested for Domestic Violence

      An individual may be guilty of domestic violence if he or she is either physically, verbally, emotionally or sexually abusive towards a marital partner, a parent, a family member or another household ...

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    • Massachusetts Reported 250 Domestic Violence Related Homicides Between 2003 and 2011

      In the state of Massachusetts, as is true in most states, law enforcement officials take the crime of domestic violence extremely seriously. In suspected domestic violence cases they, along with ...

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    • Police Arrest 21 Members of Organized Drug Trafficking Network

      After an extensive investigation into the alleged activities of a massive drug trafficking network found operating within the state, police made more than 21 arrests of members suspected of playing ...

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    • Defending Yourself Against Charges of Rape

      When one individual compels another individual to have sexual intercourse against his or her will, or uses the threat of bodily injury or harm to force another individual to engage in unnatural sexual ...

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    • Convicted Sex Offender Receives Lengthy Sentence in Child Rape Case

      Edward Pacheco Jr. , a previously convicted sex offender, was sentenced earlier this week to 25-35 years in prison followed by a 40-year probation. The sentence was handed down after his conviction ...

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    • Penalties for Trespassing in Massachusetts

      Under Massachusetts State law it is illegal for anyone to enter into a home, enclosed land, building, boat or other private area without consent. In addition, people are not allowed to remain in these ...

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    • Assault vs. Self-Defense: What’s the Difference?

      We all have the right to defend ourselves against harm, and while this right is vital, there are limits placed on what constitutes self-defense. However, when you exceed these limits, you can find ...

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    • MA Man Convicted of Organized Crime

      A man from North Andover is now in prison for his involvement in a crime ring as a loan shark and bookkeeper. Apparently, the offender, J.G., was suspected of criminal activity back in 2009 so ...

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    • New Head of the Boston ATF Looking to Crack Down on Weapons Crimes

      Special agent in charge Daniel Kumor recently told reporters that he was happy to be back in Boston and heading up the Boston branch of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). ...

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