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Woman accused of drunk driving after fatal I-291 crash

A woman was arrested recently for a number of criminal offenses after an early morning fatal accident on I-291. The Massachusetts authorities say that the woman ran into the back of a tractor-trailer, resulting in the death of her passenger. The investigators suspect that the woman's behavior was due to drunk driving.

3 accused of criminal charges for alleged attempted armed robbery

After an attempted armed robbery, local investigators have arrested three men that they believe were involved in the crime. The Massachusetts authorities believe that two men attempted to rob a gas station, and another man drove the getaway vehicle. All three men face criminal charges stemming from the alleged incident.

Dual house raid leads to 3 men arrested on drug charges

Although law enforcement does a good job at keeping citizens safe, errors are always possible. If authorities make a mistake and someone is charged with a crime that they did not commit, it can have a serious negative impact on their life. Being arrested for drug charges is a very serious matter and should not be taken lightly. If a person is convicted of drug charges in Massachusetts, they could face jail time as well as significant monetary fines.

Could hugging on the street lead to 2 people having drug charges?

Authorities do their best to ensure that the streets of their cities are not laden with drugs so that they can keep everyone safe. There are occasions, however, when police may be so eager to crack down on drugs that a mistake can be made. Certain types of activities could easily be misconstrued as illegal. Being convicted of drug charges is a very serious matter. If a person is convicted of drug charges in Massachusetts, he or she may be placed on probation or face a lengthy jail sentence.

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May 2014 Archives | Worcester Criminal Defense Law Blog