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  • Car Crash in Stoneham Highlights Proximate Cause in Personal Injury Cases
    Car Crash in Stoneham Highlights Proximate Cause in Personal Injury Cases

    Personal injury attorney Lisa A. Galas examines proximate cause by reviewing a single-car car accident in Stoneham, MA, and the chain of events that followed. A car accident in Stoneham, ...

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  • Massachusetts Breathalyzer Test under Fire in Court Case
    Massachusetts Breathalyzer Test under Fire in Court Case

    Massachusetts DUI Defense attorney James M. Lynch reviews a recent decision impacting attacking the use of breathalyzer tests in DUI arrests. On May 5, 2016, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ...

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  • Massachusetts Hardship Licenses and the First Offenders Program
    Massachusetts Hardship Licenses and the First Offenders Program

    Massachusetts DUI defense lawyer James M. Lynch reviews hardship licenses for first time DUI offenders in Massachusetts. If you ever find yourself is standing in front of a judge at an arraignment for ...

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  • Legislature Scrambles to Close Melanie’s Law Loophole
    Legislature Scrambles to Close Melanie’s Law Loophole

    Massachusetts DUI defense lawyer James M. Lynch reviews the Massachusetts legislature’s recent changes to Melanie’s Law. As predicted here on May 18, 2012, the Massachusetts Legislature is moving ...

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  • SJC Narrows Application of Drunk Driving License Suspensions Under Melanie’s Law
    SJC Narrows Application of Drunk Driving License Suspensions Under Melanie’s Law

    Massachusetts DUI defense lawyer James M. Lynch reviews the recent Supreme Judicial Court decision creating a “loophole” in Melanie’s Law. On May 17, 2012, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ...

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  • Massachusetts SJC Declines to Extend Social Host Liquor Liability
    Massachusetts SJC Declines to Extend Social Host Liquor Liability

    Massachusetts DUI defense lawyer James M. Lynch reviews the Supreme Judicial Court’s recent decision limiting liability for social hosts whose guests drink and drive after a party. On February 21, ...

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