Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Suspended License, Subsequent Offense, c. 90 § 23, dismissed on court costs.
- Steven Topazio wrote this December 23, 2019 at 6:16 pm
The client was stopped by State Police for a number plate violation when the officer observed that the client had an aftermarket backup camera installed over the number plate of his motor vehicle that obscured the state of origin and registration validation sticker. After being stopped by police the client produced a Georgia driver’s license. The Trooper conducted a query in both Georgia and Massachusetts. The query revealed that the client’s license was suspended in Massachusetts, and the client was arrested for operating after suspension, subsequent offense. The client had a lengthy criminal record in Massachusetts which included doing committed time for operating after suspension in Massachusetts. After extensive negotiation with the District Attorney, Attorney Topazio was able to persuade the Commonwealth to dismiss the case against his client on the payment of court costs.