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After an action against a client was commenced in Superior Court, the client retained Aprodu | Conley to resolve the matter. Attorney Adela Aprodu handled the matter and upon completing the due diligence process, including an in-depth review of the documents related to the case, it was discovered the client was overcharged by two thousand dollars ($2,000.00). Attorney Aprodu was able to negotiate a settlement of the matter, which included the waiver of all interest…
Our client came to us with a significant number of past misdemeanor and felony charges and convictions that were visible on our client’s Massachusetts Criminal Record (CORI). Our client had charges from the 1970s until 2013, all available on his CORI. These charges were in a number of different courts, including Lynn District Court, Malden District Court, Peabody District Court, Woburn District Court, Waltham District Court, Somerville District Court, and the Charlestown Division of the…
Our client was approached by the police while parked on the street. The police told our client that they received a report that his vehicle had hit another vehicle moments before, in a nearby area. The police noted damages on our client’s vehicle that were consistent with the allegations. Our client was also found to not have a valid drivers license. As a result of this information, our client was charged with leaving the scene
Our client came to us with a 2010 assault and battery charge, that he wished to be sealed. Even though the case had been dismissed, it still appeared on his Massachusetts criminal record (CORI). The presence of the case on his record had recently caused him problems, and he had been forced to explain it to people. Our client decided that it was time to seal this 2010 record. Attorney Alexander Conley assisted our…
This week the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision on arrests made in retaliation for the exercise of free speech. The decision in Nieves et al. v. Bartlett. Without getting into too much complex legalese, the case basically makes it harder for a person to sue a police after they were arrested in retaliation for exercising their right to free speech. The facts of this case are illustrative of the issue it addresses: During an…
On May 15, 2019, the Massachusetts House approved a bill that would ban the use of cell-phones while driving, unless being used “hands-free” through bluetooth or other connectivity. The bill still must be approved by the Senate before becoming a law. The bill does include exceptions for mounted use of a cell phone as a GPS device, and in certain emergency situations. A violation of this law would be a civil infraction, but there are…
On May 15, 2019, the Massachusetts House approved a bill that would ban the use of cell-phones while driving, unless being used “hands-free” through bluetooth or other connectivity. The bill still must be approved by the Senate before becoming a law. The bill does include exceptions for mounted use of a cell phone as a GPS device, and in certain emergency situations. A violation of this law would be a civil infraction, but there are…
Our client, while going through a stressful time in his life, began acting erratically one evening. This led to his family calling 911 for help. When police officers and Emergency Medical Technicians (“EMTs”) arrived, our client was behaving very strange and aggressive. The police and EMTs decided that our client needed medical attention. Thus, our client was forcefully brought into the ambulance to be taken to the hospital. During this process, he allegedly kicked one…