Despite what you see on TV, not all criminal cases begin with an offender being put in handcuffs and taken away in a police car. In many misdemeanor cases, an offender may be given the notice to appear for a clerk magistrate hearing rather than being placed under arrest. The order may place certain restrictions on your movements, but you can still live at home and go about your normal life until your hearing date.
During this time, it’s vital that you prepare for your appearance at the clerk mag istrate hearing. If you don’t do everything you can to protect your rights, you could be arrested and formally charged with a crime at the conclusion of the hearing.
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If you’ve been arrested on an OUI/DUI charge, domestic violence, disorderly conduct, or drug possession, you should speak to an experienced defense attorney as soon as possible. You can contact us online or call our office directly at 781-740-0800 to schedule your free consultation with one of our top-notch defense lawyers. We have been proudly servicing clients throughout Norwell, Massachusetts, and surrounding areas such as Plymouth, Barnstable, Nantucket, and more.
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