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Massachusetts man accused of domestic violence, resisting arrest

Allegations of a recent domestic dispute led to Massachusetts authorities claiming they had no choice but to Taser a man twice when he supposedly resisted their attempts to take him into custody. They have now charged the man with domestic assault, assault and battery and resisting arrest. The 48-year-old man facing these accusations was set to be arraigned at the District Court in Holyoke in mid-June.

Massachusetts DUI charges dropped due to no probable cause

The American justice system dictates that government officials must have probable cause in order to stop motorists who are traveling on the roads. A Massachusetts police officer who lacks sufficient probable cause to conduct a search and seizure after improperly stopping a motorist for suspected DUI may have a judge rule the actions unconstitutional. This can lead to a case being thrown out of court entirely due to a violation of the probable cause requirement.

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June 2013 Archives | Worcester Criminal Defense Law Blog