OBGYN Malpractice

Massachusetts OBGYN Malpractice Lawyers Obstetricians and gynecologists are tasked with helping women maintain their reproductive health. These medical professionals also help ensure the health and safety of unborn children. While OBGYNs are often able to provide outstanding care, there are situations in which an OBGYN falls below the acceptable standard
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Birth Injuries

Information About Birth Injuries. The birth of a child is one of the most special moments in many people’s lives. If your child was harmed due to medical malpractice or a medical professional failed to diagnosis a critical condition, you can suddenly find yourself facing some substantial obstacles including emotional
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Urologist Malpractice

Many urologists are capable of performing their jobs without harming patients, but sometimes these physicians commit malpractice. Urologists are particularly helpful in treating a variety of medical conditions that originate in the urinary tract. These medical professionals are also capable of performing surgeries to help treat cancer, male infertility, and
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Outstanding Warrants, Arrest Warrant, Open Bench Warrant

Police usually do not search for people with outstanding bench warrants but they will arrest you if you have an encounter with police and they run your name in the database and see you have an in-state warrant or an out-of-state warrant. A simple traffic stop for a minor moving vehicle violation like speeding or failing to stop at a red light could lead to your arrest and transportation back the Massachusetts court that issued the warrant.

Discharging Firearm Within 500 Feet of a Building

Under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 269 section 12E it is a crime for a person to discharge a firearm, rifle, or shotgun within 500 feet of a dwelling or building in use without the consent of the owner or legal occupant. Live ammunition isn’t required as firing blank rounds from a starter pistol at a neighbor’s house is considered discharging a firearm under the law.

OUI Under 21 years Old – Underage Drunk Driving – Possession of an Open Container

Massachusetts has several strict laws that pertain to youths and alcohol related offenses especially when operating a motor vehicle is involved. The registry of motor vehicles (RMV) also takes alcohol related offenses involving minors very seriously. The RMV provides enhanced penalties for drivers under the age of 21 that are convicted of operating under the influence of alcohol or drugs, possession of open alcoholic beverage in a vehicle or refusing the breath test.

Massachusetts OUI Roadblocks – DUI Checkpoint – Drunk Driving Checkpoint

The OUI checkpoints must be adorned with road flares, signs and police vehicle flashing lights that are adequate to notify drivers that there is roadblock ahead. As drivers approach the entrance of the DUI roadblock they will be met by a uniformed officer that will direct the driver to pull their vehicle into a designated area where they will have a brief encounter with another officer for approximately one minute.