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Massachusetts couple faces criminal charges after alleged thefts

A young husband and wife team have recently been indicted on several charges in connection to their alleged involvement in a string of thefts. The couple, ages 23 and 24, are facing serious criminal charges including armed robbery and assault. The charges have come following a string of thefts from Dunkin' Donuts in two Massachusetts locations.

2 Massachusetts men face criminal charges for alleged vandalism

Sometimes, young people make decisions that are irresponsible or dangerous. The repercussions of such errors in judgment can have a devastating effect on their future prospects for success. They may not consider the consequences of their actions, or the fact that they could potentially face criminal charges. Two young men in Massachusetts have recently learned this lesson the hard way after they allegedly spray painted several light poles in Boston.

Massachusetts woman challenges OUI near tree lighting ceremony

A Massachusetts woman now faces criminal charges after striking another vehicle that was reportedly backing out onto the road in front of her near a community tree lighting event. An officer witnessed the collision and proceeded to perform field sobriety tests, which the woman allegedly failed. Facing charges of OUI, the alleged drunk driver will be back in court soon for her hearing.

Massachusetts man faces criminal charges for alleged assault

It is important to understand and respect an individual's rights when they are facing assault or battery criminal charges, no matter how serious the offense. In some cases, charges of assault can come before evidence is appropriately gathered and witnesses have been properly interviewed, meaning a person may find themselves accused of a terrible crime before all the necessary facts are known. Those involved in the criminal justice system must proceed with patience and care to ensure the rights of the accused are protected.

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