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DUI: Obama's uncle gets driver's license restored

Drunk driving can have serious consequences. President Obama's uncle recently got his Massachusetts driver's license back after a 45-day suspension due to an alleged DUI. The incident occurred in Framingham, a suburb of Boston. The uncle had been driving when he allegedly made a sudden right turn and almost hit a police vehicle.

Court protecting those charged but not convicted of drunk driving

Recently the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled that motorists who admit to there being enough evidence for a drunk driving conviction but are not technically charged will not face harsher penalties under a law designed to place harsher punishment on repeat offenders.

Can having a beard affect a criminal defense?

When facing criminal charges in Massachusetts and elsewhere, it is important to mount a strong and robust criminal defense. This is to ensure that a defendant's legal rights are protected in addition to attempting to procure a result that is both fair and reasonable. In preparing a criminal defense, though, it may be important to consider not only the strength of one's case, but also one's appearance.

Massachusetts teen's journal leads to multiple criminal charges

An 18-year-old, who is a student at Stoughton High School, was arraigned on April 20 on multiple criminal charges that include causing a school disturbance, four counts of threatening to commit a crime and a felony charge of making a terroristic threat.

More than 30 Massachusetts men face child pornography charges

During the first week in April more than 30 men across Massachusetts were arrested in connection with the state's largest child pornography sweep. Called "Operation Corral," the sweep was a collaborative effort between state and federal law enforcement agencies. Along with 14 current investigations, 56 warrants were executed and 32 Massachusetts residents were arrested, with criminal charges potentially in the offing for eight more residents.

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