Month: July 2015

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Warrantless Entry

UNLAWFUL WARRANTLESS ENTRY DOESN’T LEAD TO SUPPRESSION OF EVIDENCE?   I’m not in the habit of second-guessing the Massachusetts Appeals Court, but a recent decision

Search and Seizure

In a recent Massachusetts Appeals Court case involving an arrest without a warrant, the Court reaffirmed that when a police officer yells at someone to

Probation Violations

In the District Courts in Massachusetts, typically the most severe punishments are imposed for probation violations, rather than for being found guilty of a crime.