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Massachusetts man gets prison for assault and battery charges

A Massachusetts man was recently ordered to serve prison time in connection with two recent incidents. He entered into a plea agreement concerning two different assault and battery charges. The judge has issued a sentence of up to eight years in prison.

School janitor facing serious criminal charges

When news of a Massachusetts criminal arrest reaches the public, the reaction can be very severe. People have a tendency to forget that the initial report surrounding an alleged crime is often very one-sided, and almost never includes the perspective of the accused individual. In many cases, those who face serious criminal charges begin to feel negative effects of those allegations long before the matter reaches a court of law.

Massachusetts woman faces criminal charges in alleged bird theft

In an unusual criminal case, a Massachusetts woman has been arrested after allegedly stealing a parrot from a pet store last month. She now faces criminal charges of larceny and animal cruelty. The woman has pleaded not guilty to both charges, but she is currently being detained without bail as a result of violating her probation for a 2011 criminal case. Bail has been set at $500 for the parrot theft.

Massachusetts group facing drug charges

Massachusetts residents may not be aware of the specific number of drug charges people face each year, but are probably used to reading about such stories in the newspaper or through other media outlets. While these sources can make a person appear guilty, that is not always the case. Unfortunately for the person accused of drug charges, there could be parts of the story missing from the media reports.

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