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…
HOMICIDE BY A MOTOR VEHICLE (FELONY)
This post will answer the following questions on the criminal offense of homicide by a motor vehicle:
What does Commonwealth law have to say on the criminal offense of homicide by a motor vehicle?
How does the C…
Tags: Arraignment, Defenses, Dismissal, Diversion, Evidence, Felony, Homicide By a Motor Vehicle, Misdemeanor, Motor Vehicle, Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt, Registry of Motor Vehicles
OPERATING AFTER SUSPENSION
This post will answer the following legal questions on the offense of operating after suspension or revocation of license:
What does it mean to operate after suspension or revocation of a license?
How does the Commonweal…
This post will answer the following legal questions about the crimes of shoplifting-related offenses:
What shoplifting-related offenses exist under Massachusetts’s law?
What does Commonwealth law say on the shoplifting-related offense…
Tags: Arraignment, Dismissal, Dismissed, Diversion, General Intent, Immigration Consequences, Magistrate, penalty, Registry of Motor Vehicles, Self Defense, Self Defense of Another, Self Defense of Property, Shoplifting, Stealing, Wanton Conduct
OPERATING NEGLIGENTLY SO AS TO ENDANGER
This post on “operating negligently so as to endanger” will address the following legal questions:
What does it mean to “operate negligently so as to endanger”?
How does the Commonwealth prove the defe…