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Massachusetts lawmakers call for harsher punishments in fentanyl-related cases

Here in Massachusetts, police take drug offenses very seriously. In some situations, a lengthy investigation may be necessary, giving police extra time to build a case against an individual. In some cases, charges may be filed quickly, perhaps even after a routine traffic stop. However charges are levied though, defendants can expect the consequences to be steep and prosecutors to show little to no mercy.

A major legal problem a drug crime can lead to in Massachusetts

Here in Massachusetts, police take drug offenses very seriously. In some situations, a lengthy investigation may be necessary, giving police extra time to build a case against an individual. In some cases, charges may be filed quickly, perhaps even after a routine traffic stop. However charges are levied though, defendants can expect the consequences to be steep and prosecutors to show little to no mercy.

Worcester's police department unlikely to use body cameras in near future

In recent years, police departments across the country have come under fire for engaging in alleged acts of racial profiling, excessive force and police brutality. Much of the criticism and anger has been spurred by cellphone video footage captured by regular citizens that depicts police officers using excessive force against and even shooting unarmed or cooperative citizens.

Man claiming to have information charged with crime

An attempted sexual assault in Massachusetts was recently stopped when a nearby man heard the victim screaming and intervened, allowing the woman to escape. The official reports claim that the woman was attacked from behind in the early morning, beaten and dragged into a nearby alley. The attack was caught on camera, but police had no luck locating the assailant and were unable to arrest anyone for the crime.

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