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Latest Articles

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Mass. Defense Lawyers Win Major Case

Jun 11, 2011

Thousands of people are arrested for operating after suspension of their driver’s licenses in Mass...

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New Ignition Intelrock Device Laws Proposed

Jun 09, 2011

Alabama will soon become the 50th state to require DUI offenders to use the ignition interlock dev...

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Minor Violations Can Trigger 7 Surchargeable Events Suspensions

Jun 08, 2011

Minor inspection and equipment violations can have major surprise consequences for Massachusetts lic...

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Hingham Police File Ignition Interlock Tampering Charges

Jun 07, 2011

The Quincy Patriot Ledger reported today that a Hull man is being charged with tampering with his ig...

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The Notice Requirement in Mass. Operating After Suspension Cases

Jun 06, 2011

Driving on a suspended license can sometimes result in minimum mandatory jail time and a new 4 year ...

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Registrar Terminates Employee for Unprofessional Tweets

Jun 04, 2011

Reporting for the Boston Herald, O’Ryan Johnson recently wrote about a Registry employee who was t...

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Registry and Police Conduct Surprise Bus Inspections in Brockton

Jun 04, 2011

Mass RMV. Inspectors along with Brockton, Massachusetts Police Officers recently conducted surprise ...

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The Necessity Defense in Mass. Operating After Suspension Cases

May 21, 2011

Lawyers can sometimes use the necessity defense to get not guilty verdicts for their clients in oper...

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Driving in Mass. on an Out of State License

May 20, 2011

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court recently decided Commonwealth v. Chown, wherein the Court a...

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