Recent Cases Archive - Page 43 of 43 - Attorney Steven J. Topazio

Assault and Battery, M.G.L. c. 265 § 13A : Case dismissed.

he defendant while at home got into a fight with her husband called the police for assistance. When the police arrived, the husband and wife were separated and interviewed individually. The police arrested the wife after concluding that a verbal argument escalated to the point where the wife bit the husband leaving a visible bite mark. The defendant hired Attorney to represent her in this case. After investigating the facts of the case, Attorney Topazio read More

Assault and Battery, M.G.L. c. 265 § 13A : Trial avoided. Defendant protects his criminal record and the CWOF will end as a dismissal provided the defendant gets in no further trouble.

The defendant, visiting Boston, got into a fight while in Fanuiel Hall and was seen by a Boston Police Officer punching and knocking another individual to the ground. The officers radioed EMS to respond to the victim who remained motionless on the ground. The defendant, who ran from police, was apprehended hiding behind a trash barrel, hired Attorney Topazio. Today, at a pre-trial conference, over the objection of the Commonwealth, was successful in getting the read More

Seal criminal records M.G.L. c. 276, §§ 100A, 100C: Case Permanently Sealed.

The defendant a Registered Nurse hired Attorney Topazio to seal his criminal record which consisted of four counts, two for Larceny over $250.00 and two for Receiving Stolen Property over $250.00, all of which were felonies. The defendant who could only find employment as an agency nurse was pursuing further employment as a permanent full time employee in a Hospital in Springfield, MA. Attorney Topazio convinced the judge to seal the Client’s record and now read More

Seal criminal records M.G.L. c. 276, §§ 100A, 100C: Case Permanently Sealed.

The defendant hired Attorney Topazio to seal his criminal record which consisted of motor vehicle violations and the felony charge of counterfeiting motor vehicle documents. The defendant who admitted to sufficient facts had his charges continued without a finding (CWOF) in 1995. Today Attorney Topazio convinced the judge to seal his Client’s record and now he can truthfully answer on any job or school application that he has no record despite admitting to sufficient facts read More

OUI Liquor .08%, M.G.L. c. 90 § 24 Possession with Intent to Distribute class B, M.G.L. c. 94C § 32A Possession with Intent to Distribute class E, M.G.L. c. 94C § 32A Drug Violation Near School/Park, M.G.L. c. 94C § 32J: Defendant released on reasonable bail. Case pending.

The defendant was arrested after being seen going the wrong way down a one way street. After detecting an odor of alcohol, the defendant was asked and submitted to a series of field sobriety tests. The officer concluded that the defendant was under the influence of alcohol and arrested him. At the station the defendant submitted to a breathalyzer and registered a .16. While inventorying his property, 19 bags of a substance alleged to be read More

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