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Monday, January 25, 2016

Valentine's Day is just around the corner!

New England Valentine's Day Restaurant Reservations
Sunday, February 14 is around the corner – we're here to help you plan.
Read on to find restaurants with specials, set-menus and other Valentine's Day treats for the occasion.

Monday, January 18, 2016

Check and Credit Card Fraud.

Now that the holiday season is behind us you or someone you care about may be accused of check or credit card fraud in Massachusetts.  Most of our holiday transactions were done by credit card, and crimes of fraud by credit card holders or someone who may have a card without authorization are very serious matters in the Commonwealth.

When we tell you that law enforcement officers and prosecutors pull out all of the stops to get a conviction we REALLY mean it!  With the technology available to them these days there are sophisticated methods of tracking these cases.  Forgery, identity theft, and credit card fraud are much more traceable than they were years ago.

You need to hire a criminal attorney who does not shy away from a challenge.  If you or someone you know has been accused of check or credit card fraud, seek the same aggressive representation that the prosecutors will muster.  That man in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is Attorney Paul R. Moraski.  Don’t wait another minute.  Call his office at (978) 744-1200 today.

Monday, January 4, 2016

To Be or Not to Be Tried in Court.

Before you go to trial in the state of Massachusetts you need the representation of a great Criminal Attorney who has defended the accused in the Commonwealth for many years.  More often than not a prosecutor, a judge, and/or a district attorney want to expedite a criminal case.  They do so by offering a plea deal.

You, the defendant, may well be adamant about your innocence.  If this is the case your attorney will assess your options and the probability of conviction.  Don’t be stubborn!  Listen to the advice of counsel.  Your attorney can look more dispassionately at the situation and offer the right conclusion that may save you years in prison.

If a plea bargain is what you seek, Massachusetts criminal attorney Paul Moraski has your back.  He and his staff will be familiar with every single detail of your case.  Attorney Moraski is on the job 24/7 to give you every legal advantage at his disposal.  He doesn’t dabble in criminal law, he practices it exclusively.  For the best representation in the Commonwealth, call Attorney Paul Moraski at (978) 397-0011.