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Restraining Order Violation Lynn MA

  This morning I am in Boston Municipal Court for a hearing regarding larceny charges. Then I am off to Lynn District Court for a dangerousness hearing regarding a violation of a 209A restraining order this afternoon.

Larceny in Boston MA

Today I'm in Boston municipal court for a clerks hearing on a larceny case.  

License Suspension Hearing Boston MA

I'm in Boston for a license suspension hearing at the Registry of Motor Vehicles. If you need assistance with a suspension hearing, contact me at 781-477-1818.

Larceny in Lynn MA

Busy Day. In Lynn District Court for a Motion to Suppress on a larceny case, a motion to dismiss on a drug case, violation of probation hearing on a drug related case.

By | May 5th, 2016|Boston criminal law, criminal charges|0 Comments

In Somerville MA Today

Today, I'm in Somerville District Court on a compliance and election.

Salem MA Superior Court Today

Today, I am in Salem MA at the Superior Court regarding a child rape case.

Recent Activity

5/4 Attorney Sobelman was in Lynn District Court helping a client with a case involving domestic assault and battery charges.

The Problem with Breathalyzers

We have an issue right now in Massachusetts regarding DUI cases and breathalyzers. As it turns out, breathalyzer readings are not always correct due to the way the machines are calibrated. We’ve recently been notified that 69 out of 6000 prosecuted DUI cases here in Massachusetts have been reliant on breathalyzer results that came from [...]

An Update on the Charles Collins-Robinson Case

Here is the most recent information on the Charles Collins-Robinson child endangerment case I've been handling. This update announcing his probation recently ran in the Daily Item of Lynn. “He was relieved that his record will stay intact, will allow him to be in a better position when he applies for jobs… and if he [...]

The Evolving World of Criminal Immigration Motions

In 2010, The United States Supreme Court held in the landmark decision of Padilla v. Kentucky, 130 S.Ct. 1473 (2010) that defense attorneys must inform non-citizen clients the risks of deportation arising from guilty pleas.  After this decision the real question became is the ruling retroactive?  The US Supreme Court did not answer this important [...]