The 55 year old male client was attacked by the defendant’s dog while performing work at the property. The client sustained an approximate 6 inch scar to his neck and underwent scar revision surgery. Attorney Murray filed suit in the Worcester Superior Court and the parties engaged in extensive discovery before the matter was settled at mediation.
Client was charged with Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle and Accessory After the Fact. Charges resulted after it was alleged that client recklessly followed another motor vehicle to the location where his brother had a physical altercation with a schoolmate. Accessory After the Fact charge was dismissed at pretrial hearing by the court after Attorney Murray filed motion. Client was found not guilty after bench trial.
Client was charged with resisting arrest after running from police after being commanded to stop. Charge was dismissed after Attorney Murray filed pretrial motion to dismiss for lack of probable cause. Judge dismissed the charge after hearing.
Client, who was a high school student, was charged with participating in large outdoor party resulting in calls to the police. Evidence presented that client had not been drinking and was exiting gathering. After hearing before clerk magistrate, charges were dismissed.
Client was charged with knowingly leaving the scene of a property damage accident after commercial truck driver reported his vehicle was struck at intersection. Evidence presented that client returned to scene shortly after accident occurred. After hearing before clerk magistrate, charge was dismissed.
Client was a worker on site when he fell through uncovered second floor hole in a partially framed house. Attorney Murray retained construction expert verifying violations of the applicable building code. The case settled at mediation.
Client was employee of assisted living facility. Charged with assault and battery against family member of resident. Client testified and offered theory of self defense.
Client, who was a mentally disabled woman, was seriously injured in a motor vehicle van accident while being transported to her daytime care facility. Extensive discovery was conducted verifying the nature and causal relationship between the accident and client’s injuries. Case settled at mediation
Client charged with illegally recording conversations of her former husband and child. Defense filed a Motion to Dismiss which was allowed.
Client collided with Telephone pole at approximately 2:00 am causing fire, police and EMS response. Open container found in the vehicle. Client brought by ambulance to hospital. Client and additional witness testified as to client’s sobriety.