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Artie Lange busted for drug possession

Massachusetts readers may be interested in learning that former Howard Stern Show favorite Artie Lange has been arrested for cocaine and heroin possession, according to media reports. The bust took place at 14th Street and Shipyard Lane, Lange's residence, in Hoboken, New Jersey, on March 12.

4 taken into custody after police raid Massachusetts store

According to reports, after law enforcement officials conducted a drug raid of a Worcester city antiques store on March 10, they detained four individuals on suspicion of possessing and distributing drugs. Police allege that the store was used as a place where drug deals were made.

Black Americans more likely to be convicted and exonerated

Massachusetts residents may be interested to learn that, according to a study, black Americans are more likely to be wrongfully convicted of drug crimes and violent crimes, such as murder and sexual assault. The study suggests that the wrongful convictions may be caused by racial bias and official misconduct.

3 elements of a traffic stop that could violate your rights

Serious criminal charges often stem from a simple traffic stop. Because of this, it is understandable that people get scared or nervous when they are pulled over by police. However, you must remember that you have rights during a traffic stop.

Getting a hardship license after a drunk driving conviction

Massachusetts has some of the harshest drunk driving penalties in the country, and these types of charges or a conviction can have a long-reaching impact on various aspects of your life. If you are currently dealing with the repercussions of a DUI or OUI conviction or loss of driving privileges, you may be eligible for a hardship license.

Michael Floyd pleads guilty, faces multiple penalties for DUI

Massachusetts pro football fans may have heard that Michael Floyd, who was an Arizona Cardinals player at the time of his arrest, has entered a plea of guilty to his DUI charge. After being released from the Cardinals in December, Floyd played for the New England Patriots and earned his first Super Bowl ring.

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