We all know that there are two categories of charges when it comes to committing a crime. People can be charged as adults and people can be charged as juveniles. It all depends on the age of the person who committed the crime, the severity of the crime and the laws of Massachusetts regarding the crime committed. But, what if an adult was involved in the commission of a crime with a juvenile? How is this handled?
Domestic violence is an all-too-common problem throughout Massachusetts. You might never know who around you is suffering from some sort of domestic violence or abuse. Abuse isn't just physical. It can also be emotional abuse, which is very difficult to spot. Here are some tips for spotting the signs of domestic violence so you know what to look for in family, friends and colleagues.
Whether you've been driving in Massachusetts for a short time or have carried a valid driver's license here for years, you and all other motorists are obligated to adhere to existing traffic laws and safety regulations every time you (or they) get behind the wheel of a car to drive. Police officers help keep travelers safe; however, if one happens to suspect you of a criminal offense while driving, he or she can also make your life take a turn for the worse.