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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

What To Do If You Are Falsely Accused of a Crime in Massachusetts.

So many people in this country are falsely accused of crimes.  Your reputation may be tarnished forever if you do not fight back aggressively.  In particular a false accusation of a sex crime could boil down to one person’s word against yours.  They may have an ax to grind and you are caught in the middle of controversy.

In many cases a prosecutor may proceed with a sex crime case against you without what you would consider the normal “bare minimum” to build a case.  There may be NO DNA, NO video evidence, NO fingerprints, and most of all NO eye-witness testimony.  The alleged victim may be motivated by any number of selfish issues from a relationship gone bad.  And there you are caught in the middle of the storm completely innocent of any crime.

You must tackle this issue head-on using a professional attorney who has handled many cases of false accusation.  That person in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is Attorney Paul Moraski.  He is well-versed in how to handle a false accusation when it seems like the world is crashing down around you.  Give attorney Moraski a call today at (978) 397-0011 for a free phone consultation.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

When One Terrible Mistake Changes Your Life.

Life is full of bad decisions.  Even really good people make mistakes.  Some of those mistakes may change your life forever.  Recently in Massachusetts a man was charged with home invasion, assault and battery, and malicious destruction of property when he allegedly invaded an Orleans Massachusetts home wielding an ax.

Many people who have led otherwise “straight and narrow” lives have events occur that can result in serious criminal charges.  Maybe it is an act of violence, or sexual misconduct, or driving while under the influence.  There is only one way to be perfect in your behavior and dozens of ways to alter your life for the worst.

If you or someone you love has made a mistake you need to do everything possible to rectify the situation.  A criminal charge is a life-changer, but it does not have to be a life-ender.  Please contact Attorney Paul Moraski to discuss your criminal case at (978) 744-1200 or visit his office on the web at www.northofbostonlaw.com.