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Our client came to us with a both a juvenile and adult criminal record in Quincy, Massachusetts. Given the age and nature of our client’s record, our client decided is was time to have it sealed. Attorney Alexander Conley assisted our client in navigating the proper procedures to seal this record, and to provide all the necessary documentation to the Office of the Commissioner of Probation. Our client’s petition to seal was accepted, thus…
Our client was employed in two jobs. While working our client suffered a torn rotator cuff in their shoulder. Our client’s worker’s compensation insurer denied that the injury was related to anything that happened at work. Our client was unable to work either of their jobs for months and was making no income. Attorney Alexander Conley represented our client. Attorney Conley filed claim with the Department of Industrial Accidents. After this claim was filed, Attorney…
Our client was stopped by police for allegedly failing to stop at a stop sign. Once stopped, the police officer discovered he had no valid driver’s license. He was therefore charged with the criminal infraction of driving without a license, and the civil infraction of failing to stop at a stop sign. Attorney Alexander Conley represented our client. An investigation of the case revealed that the intersection where our client was stopped did not have…
Our client was an inmate who was charged with possession with intent to distribute suboxone and straight possession of suboxone. The alleged offense occurred inside of a jail in Massachusetts and was based on a a video that was alleged to have shown our client dropping the drugs, as well as additional drugs found on our client’s person afterward. Attorney Alexander Conley represented our client in Salem District Court. Attorney Conley learned that the…
Our client had recently left his hourly wage position in Quincy, Massachusetts. Our client believed that he had not been paid all the overtime wages that he was due, and that the employer owed approximately $1,400.00. Attorney Alexander Conley represented our client. After discussing the matter, Attorney Conley advised our client that the employer violated a number of federal and Massachusetts wage laws: – Failure to pay overtime wages; – Failure to provide suitable pay…
Our client was charged with Assault and Battery on a Family or Household Member, Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon, and Malicious Destruction of Property after a dispute with their significant other. Attorney Alexander Conley represented our client in Salem District Court. Attorney Conley learned that the alleged victim of the offense had made contradictory statements to his initial report. As such, the case was brought to a trial date, where the alleged…
Our client, 60 years old, had worked for most of his adult life for a construction company. He was diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and was no longer able to work. He was required to carry an oxygen tank everywhere he went. Attorney Alexander Conley If you are unable to work, you may be entitled to Social Security benefits or other types of monetary compensation.…
Our client was charged with passing, or, using the legal term, “uttering,” a counterfeit twenty dollar bill. This means he attempted to exchange the counterfeit note in commerce, knowing it was fake. The merchant discovered that the $20 bill used was counterfeit, and our client Attorney Alexander Conley Everybody’s case is unique and the Attorneys at Aprodu | Conley, PLLC can evaluate your case with a free consultation, including advice on potential immigration consequences of…
Aprodu | Conley, PLLC represented a client in an executive position, who was unexpectedly terminated from their position with a national company. Attorney Aprodu negotiated an increase of over 50% in the severance amount offered to the client. The client’s non-compete was not an issue. Aprodu | Conley handles all types of civil matters, including review, analysis and negotiation of employment agreements (severance offers, initial offers, and non-compete agreements) . If you have a civil…
Aprodu | Conley, PLLC represented a client in an executive position, who was unexpectedly terminated from their position with a national company. Attorney Aprodu negotiated an increase of over 30% in the severance amount offered to the client. More importantly, Attorney Aprodu also negotiated a full release from the client’s non-compete obligations, which enabled the client to immediately seek another position in the same field and within the same geographic location as the former employer.…