Second Subsequent Firearm Case Generally Continued

Man facing five years in state prison was granted a “general continuance” through the efforts of White & Associates. This means no jail time and no further court dates as long as he stays employed and far away from Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

DISMISSED: Charges of identity fraud, disguising to obstruct justice, filing a false license application with the RMV, and forging/misusing an RMV document

John Doe was charged with identity fraud, disguising to obstruct justice, filing a false license application with the RMV, and forging/misusing an RMV document in the Roxbury District Court. White & Associates requested expansive discovery regarding the investigation undertaken by the investigating officer, and that request demonstrated that the officer had made a potentially false…

Another Class A Distribution Case Dismissed

In 2014, John Doe was charged in the Quincy District Court with distribution of a Class A substance, specifically heroin, and a school zone violation.  Several detectives were investigating drug crimes in the area.  The police observed Mr. Doe enter the residence of a known drug dealer and pull off what they believed was a…

Case Dismissed: Distribution in a School Zone

In 2014, John Doe was charged in the South Boston division of the Boston Municipal Court with distribution of a Class A substance, specifically heroin, and a school zone violation. Attorneys Veronica White & Ben Leatherman demonstrated that the Commonwealth was not ready to proceed to trial and that the evidence against Mr. Doe that…