Case Dismissed: Habitual Offender Breaking and Entering

John Doe was indicted as a habitual offender for Breaking and Entering into a bar in South Boston, Massachusetts. He faced a sentence of twenty years mandatory for this crime and was indicted as a habitual offender because this was his third felony of three years or longer.

Attorney Alex Lynn of White & Associates P.C. noticed that the District Attorney made a procedural mistake in the indictment. Following this, Attorney Veronica White filed and litigated a motion to dismiss the indictment based on the fact that the defendant was never properly identified as the suspect in the Grand Jury Proceedings. The Suffolk Superior Court agreed and dismissed the indictment.

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