Annoying and Accosting Persons

ANNOYING AND ACCOSTING PERSONS How does the Commonwealth prove a defendant guilty of annoying or accosting a person? In order to prove a defendant guilty of annoying or accosting a person, the Commonwealth must prove the following four elements of th… Read More
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Indecent Exposure

What is indecent exposure? Public nudity can be a crime in Massachusetts, usually punished under the Indecent Exposure statute, M.G.L. c. 272, § 53. Indecent Exposure is the intentional exposure of a person’s genitals to another in an offensive ma… Read More
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Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB)

Sex Offender Registry Board In December 2015, the Supreme Judicial Court announced a new standard of proof for classification of sex offenders. Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 6, Section 178D creates a Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB). The purpo… Read More
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