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USE OF VEHICLE WITHOUT AUTHORITY

USE OF VEHICLE WITHOUT AUTHORITY Use without authority is usually someone who keep a rental car too long, or takes their mothers car without permission, or a simply took someone car without permission. The difference between use without authority and… Read More
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USE OF TELEPHONE FOR BETTING

USE OF TELEPHONE FOR BETTING  This post will answer the following legal questions on the crime of use of telephone for betting: What does it mean to be charged with use of a telephone for betting? What does Commonwealth law have to say on use of a… Read More
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HARASSING OR OBSCENE TELEPHONE CALLS OR ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS

HARASSING OR OBSCENE TELEPHONE CALLS OR ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS This post will answer the following legal questions on the offenses of harassing or obscene telephone calls or electronic communications: What is Massachusetts’s law on the offense… Read More
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RESISTING ARREST

RESISTING ARREST  This post will answer the following legal questions on the offense of resisting arrest: What does Commonwealth law say on “resisting arrest”? How does the Commonwealth prove a defendant guilty of the offense of resisting arres… Read More
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DISORDERLY CONDUCT

DISORDERLY CONDUCT This post will answer the following legal questions about the offense of disorderly conduct: What does the Commonwealth need to prove in order to convict a defendant of the offense of “disorderly conduct”? What are some exampl… Read More
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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CIVIL INFRACTIONS, MISDEMEANORS AND FELONIES?

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CIVIL INFRACTIONS, MISDEMEANORS AND FELONIES?  CIVIL INFRACTION: A civil infraction is a minor violation. Many traffic violations are civil infractions, such as speeding and running a red light. The punishment for a civil infract… Read More
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