This podcast will discuss the latest criminal defense cases that are relevant to your practice and to discuss different trial advocacy techniques that will make you a better lawyer. The host Michael Delsignore is a Massachusetts DUI and criminal defense lawyer. His practice takes him throughout Massachusetts defending DUI and criminal cases. Attorney DelSignore writes frequently on issues relating to DUI and criminal defense and has offered several amicus briefs on behalf of the National College of DUI Defense on issues relating to DUI Defense in Massachusetts. Attorney DelSignore has published two books on DUI defense in Massachusetts and wrote the Chapter on Discovery for the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education. You can connect with Attorney DelSignore on social media: Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/DelSignoreLaw/Twitter https://twitter.com/MassDUIattorney
4th Amendment and Privacy in Commuter Rail Card: Charlie Card case before SJC
The Massachusetts SJC will soon decide a case addressing whether there is a right of privacy in your Charlie Card data under the 4th Amendment. Feel free to reach out to connect with Attorney DelSignore on Facebook to stay current on new issues in criminal law.
Massachusetts Criminal Defense Update December 23rd, 2020
In this weeks episode, Attorney Michael Delsignore reviews two First Amendment cases, as well as a search and seizure case involving a subway card, the Charlie Card, a case on Miranda and a case from the Appeals Court on the Leaving the Scene of Personal Injury Statute.
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Massachusetts 2nd Offense OUI: What is a Cahill disposition?
In this episode, Attorney Michael Delsignore explains what a Cahill Resolution is on a Second Offense OUI.
Massachusetts Case Law Update: New OUI and Domestic Assault Cases
In this weeks, Massachusetts Criminal Law update, Attorney DelSignore reviews important decisions from the summer on OUI defense and domestic assault and battery. There was a very important domestic case decided by the Appeals Court.
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Massachusetts SJC discusses Race and Age in determining whether a Seizure Occurred under the Constitution
In this episode, Attorney DelSignore discusses the case of Commonwealth v. Evelyn where the Massachusetts SJC discusses the factors it will consider in determining whether a young black male is seized by the police. This is an important decision that discusses what factor will be relevant at a motion to suppress hearing. This is a very useful case for lawyers to be aware of in arguing seizure issues in court.
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Massachusetts SJC makes it easier to prove Racial Profiling in Commonwealth v. Long
In this episode, Attorney DelSignore discusses the case of Commonwealth v. Edward Long that lowered the burden to prove racial profiling. This case opens the court house doors to claims of racial profiling and makes it easier for those who feel that a traffic stop was based on race can be heard in court.
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