Massachusetts Speeding Ticket cases

Massachusetts Civil and Criminal Traffic Law: Representative Cases.
Below are examples of the actual cases our attorneys have handled organized by month. Although we cannot guarantee a particular result in any case, our lawyers have an excellent track record in the resolution of speeding tickets and nearly all civil and criminal traffic violations. The Case results for every court matter of this practice group are not posted. The purpose of the case results is to give you a feel for the type of representation we offer, and the results you can anticipate.

August 2012 Taunton District Court a 56-year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding on Route 2488 in a 55 mile-per-hour zone by the Massachusetts State police and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
August 2012 Registry of motor vehicles a 60-year-old Massachusetts man has his driver's license suspended for 10 years for third offense operating under the influence of alcohol, national driver registry suspension.  The operator is subsequently found not guilty of a predicate offense and the drivers license is restored on motion of attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
August 2012 Dedham District Court, a 40-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Wellesley Police Department for speeding, 78 in a 50 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
August 2012 run some District Court a 52-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding, 105 in a 65 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
August 2012 Nantucket Massachusetts an 18-year-old Massachusetts man wipes out on milestone road and crashes into conservation property and abandons his motor vehicle.  He is subsequently found walking down milestone road intoxicated and picked up by the state police.  Upon negotiation of attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys, no application for clerk magistrate hearing arises for leaving the scene after causing an accident.  The operator is cited for speeding, however.
 
July 2012 New Bedford District Court a 24-year-old Massachusetts man is found responsible by the clerk magistrate third offense speeding representing himself.  His driver’s license is slated to be suspended.  Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys claims late appeal before a judge and reverses the finding of responsible upon judges review.  No license suspension
 
July 2012 division of insurance, Board of appeal on motor vehicle liability a repeat client appears before the board onto hearings for surchargeable offense.  Her driver's license had been suspended for 60 days but attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys claimed late appeal for accident and reversed both surchargeable offense after finding before hearings officer
 
July 2012 Wareham District Court a 23-year-old Massachusetts man is arrested by the state police for drunk driving and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.  Both counts are continued without a finding
 
July 2012 Attleboro District Court, Boston Municipal Court rocks vary and Boston Municipal Court, South Boston a repeat client is found not responsible on three separate citation matters using our lawyers
 
July 2012 Registry of motor vehicles, Board of appeal a 69-year-old Massachusetts woman has her driver's license suspended as a result of the illegal use of handicap placard.  On motion of counsel, the right to operate is reinstated on a 7am-7pm basis during the period of the suspension
 
July 2012 Marlborough District Court a 50-year-old Massachusetts business executive is cited by the Hudson Police Department for speeding, 47 mph in a 30 mile-per-hour zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
July 2012 Somerville District Court a 40-year-old Massachusetts business executive and attorney is cited by the Somerville Police Department for speeding and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.  This was a repeat client
 
July 2012 Registry of motor vehicles a repeat offender for drunk driving appeals his driver’s license suspension for lifetime 5+ drunk driving convictions.  His appeal fails and the suspension stands.
 
July 2012 division of insurance Board of appeal on motor vehicle liability.  A repeat client appears before the board on a hearing for surchargeable offense, single vehicle accident.  Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys claimed vehicle defect.  Appeal rejected and denied by hearings officer.  Surcharge stands.
 
June 2012 Westborough District Court a 50-year-old Massachusetts investment executive claims appeal for speeding, 92 in a 55 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing
 
June 2012 Massachusetts Registry of motor vehicles a 21-year-old New York resident defaults on a New Hampshire traffic citation while operating on a Massachusetts driver's license.  Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys reinstates the right to operate in both jurisdictions and then clears through national driver registry and obtains not responsible finding in the Newport New Hampshire District Court
 
June 2012 Concord District Court a 49-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the state police for speeding in en route to 80 mph in a 55 mph zone and is found not responsible of the clerk's hearing
 
May 2012 Milford District Court a repeat client is cited for second offense negligent operation of a motor vehicle and speeding after going to the clerk's hearing himself on an application for criminal complaint  The operator is subsequently found responsible are speeding and the second offense negligent operation is not a finding
 
May 2012 Brighton District Court a 24 Massachusetts man and recent college graduate is arrested by the Boston Police Department for drunk driving and carrying a loaded firearm while under the influence.  The entire case is continued without a finding
 
May 2012 Massachusetts Registry of motor vehicles, medical affairs division.  A 79-year-old Massachusetts woman receives notice of complaint medical suspension of driver's license which is overturned by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
May 2012 Newton District Court a 29-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 92 in a 55 mile-per-hour zone on the Massachusetts Turnpike.  The operator is found not responsible at the clerks hearing; the same operator had previously been found not responsible of speeding in the Quincy District Court using our attorneys, 44 mph in a 30 mph zone
 
April 2012 Westborough District Court and Worcester District Court; an out-of-state motorist is found not responsible of two counts of speeding in different courts on same date of event.  The operator would have sustained a drivers license suspension in his home state.
 
April 2012 Dedham District Court a 40-year-old Massachusetts man is arrested by the Massachusetts State police for drunk driving.  The entire matter is continued without a finding
 
April 2012 Framingham District Court a New Jersey resident is cited by the state police on lidar 100+ mph in a 65 mile-per-hour zone.  The operator is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
April 2012 Quincy District Court a Massachusetts motorists is cited for negligent operation of a motor vehicle, license revoked as to habitual traffic offender operating motor vehicle, failure to stop for police, marked lanes violation, equipment violation and speeding.  At the clerks hearing probable cause is not found in the matter is dismissed
 
April 2012 South Boston District Court a Massachusetts motorist abandons motor vehicle after crashing into store.  Subsequent to investigation entire matter is dismissed and no probable cause is found
 
April 2012 Woburn District Court a 40-year-old Massachusetts man is criminally applied for negligent operation of a motor vehicle.  At the clerks hearing, no probable cause is found and the entire matter is dismissed
 
April 2012 Concord District Court a 46-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Carlyle Police Department for speeding, 59 mph in a 40 mph zone and is found not responsible of the clerks hearing
 
April 2012 Ayer District Court a 32-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the state police for speeding, 67 in a 45 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
April 2012 Concord District Court the same motorists is cited by the Acton Police Department for speeding, 75 in a 55 mile-per-hour zone, excessive noise, lane change violation and is found not responsible of all of vents at the clerks hearing
 
April 2012 Newburyport District Court a repeat client is cited for speeding, 88 in a 65 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing

March 2012
 
Brighton District Court a 58-year-old Massachusetts man is found not responsible at the clerks hearing of speeding, 92 in a 55 zone on the Massachusetts Turnpike
 
Waltham District Court a 69-year-old Massachusetts man crashes into a telephone pole and is cited for operating to endanger.  The criminal complaint application is dismissed upon finding of the magistrate that the operator fell asleep. he operator is found responsible a lane violation, however.
 
Woburn District Court a 25-year-old Massachusetts man and college graduate is cited by the Massachusetts State police for negligent operation of motor vehicle and speeding, 106 mph in a 55 mile-per-hour zone.  The operator slammed on his brakes in the high-speed lane when he saw the police chasing him and this caused a backup from Woburn to Somerville.  The operator applied for criminal clerks hearing and was found responsible for speeding, however he was not prosecuted.
 
February 2012
 
Quincy District Court a 37-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Massachusetts plate state police criminally for operating to endanger, operating on a license revocation. Client alleged to have led the police to the MBTA where he abandoned car at T parking lot,  jumped turnstiles and boarded inbound red line train to Boston.  At the complaint application hearing, evidence of identity was propounded by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys & clerk found no connection between defendant and the driver and the complaint was denied.
 
Quincy District Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Quincy police for motor vehicle homicide.  Representation continues with expert witness.
 
Manhattan District Court, Manhattan NY a 37-year-old Massachusetts man recalls 2002 warrant upon presentation by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys & local council (Michael Mandel, Esq., Brooklyn NY).  Criminal complaint is dismissed upon payment of $1000.00 court costs.
 
Taunton District Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited by the Fall River Police Department for failure to stop.  At the judge's review is found not responsible.  This saved the operator a four year license suspension for habitual traffic offender.
 
Attleboro District Court; Concord District Court  a 36-year-old Massachusetts physician cited in both courts found not responsible after judges review on both infractions.  He had nine infractions in his Zip car and thought (erroneously so) because he was licensed in New York, that infractions for him were irrelevant for license suspension purposes.
 
  January 2012
 
Greenfield District Court a 23-year-old New Jersey man is cited on his motorcycle 67 in a 50 mph zone by the Buckland Police Department is found not responsible at the clerks hearing and the police appeal the finding.  Three days later negotiations with the police prosecutor were successful and the police department withdraws the judges review request and the operator is subsequently found not responsible.
 
Waltham District Court a 48-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited for speeding, by the Walpole Police Department, 40 in a 30 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.
 
Dedham District Court a 56-year-old Massachusetts businessman is citing for speeding 62 in a 55 zone in the breakdown lane (BDL)  during rush hour and is found responsible at the clerks.  At the judges review the operator is found not responsible using another attorney.
 
Salem Superior Court a 21-year-old Florida man is convicted for destruction to motor vehicle and sustains a Massachusetts driver's license suspension.  The client was ordered into narcotic rehabilitation but lit the stock of a fellow patient on fire and is discharged from probation; case remanded to Florida and client is incarcerated for 4 months.  The client's father was a prominent real estate developer and all of his money could not save his son from jail.
 
Registry of motor vehicles, driver control unit.  A Massachusetts businessman has his driver's license is suspended for unpaid out-of-state citation.  The out-of-state citation is cleared by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.  The default removal is brought to the driver control unit and the right to operate motor vehicles is reinstated forthwith same day.
 
Boston Municipal Court a 60-year-old Boston man is cited by the Boston Police Department for failure to stop.  He is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
Framingham District Court A 62-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited for the 11th time by the Massachusetts State police, this time unreasonable speed through toll Plaza 50 in a 25 mph zone.  He is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
  December 2011
 
Boston Municipal Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited by the Boston Police Department for 78 in a 45 mile-per-hour zone and called the Boston police officer an asshole when he was stopped.  He is nonetheless found not responsible at the clerks hearing, amazingly enough.  We normally decline cases in which there are symbols on the front of the infraction indicating that the operator showed no respect for law enforcement.  We took this case for other reasons and that the client was a household name throughout Massachusetts.  He emphatically denied using improper language to the police officer when confronted with the troopers copy of the citation during office consultation.
 
Framingham District Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited by the Massachusetts State police for 86 in a 65 mile-per-hour zone he had no other driving history he is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
Registry of motor vehicles, special investigations unit (SIU)  A recent immigrant to the United States is questioned regarding multiple forms of identity after defaulting on $229.85 excise tax to be collected.  He immigrated to the United States on false ID from Bangladesh and was prepared to have his license reinstated but fled in the hearing room during said hearing.
 
November 2012 Gt Barrington District Court a 40-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding, 86 in a 65 mph zone and is found not responsible after clerks hearing
 
Brighton District Court a 43-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited by the Massachusetts State police for operating a license suspended for failure to pay motor vehicle citation and also speeding, 62 in a 25 mph zone.  At the initial clerks hearing, counsel was not present and a criminal complaint issued against him.  At the arraignment, case is dismissed on $200.00 court costs and the operator is found not responsible speeding (this was client’s 2nd MV criminal matter)
 
Peabody District Court a 48-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited by the Massachusetts State police 80 in a 55 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
East Brookfield District Court a 19-year-old college student is criminally applied for unlicensed operation of motor vehicle when her license was suspended in Pennsylvania and Florida.  At arraignment client defaults.  A suspension notice is generated by the RMV; after court default cleared the drivers license is reinstated by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys and entire case dismissed upon $100 court costs.
 
Waltham District Court a 47-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding, 55 in a 30 mile-per-hour zone and us have not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
Barnstable District Court a 29-year-old cdl truck driver is found not responsible of speeding, 90 in a 65 mph zone.  He had to commute from Utah to Cape Cod for his hearing.  
 
Attleboro District Court a 1-year-old CDL operation out of New York is civilly complained by the Massachusetts State police for $11,000 out of service violation and this line is cut down to $500 upon argument by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
Brighton District Court a 56-year-old Massachusetts man with no motor vehicle record is cited by the state police for speeding, 54 in a 35 mile-per-hour zone and is found responsible at the clerks hearing.  He appeals and is found not responsible by a judge (all pro-se using attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys as consultant)
  October 2011
 
Brighton District Court  A 43-year-old Massachusetts repeat client (fourth infraction in three years) is cited for multiple lane change violation, speeding 92 in a 55 and illegal window tint.  At the clerk magistrate level he is found not responsible of tint after an independent exam but client appealed the entire clerk magistrate decision against the advice of counsel.  The court defaulted client on judges review; default removed case set down for judges review; client found responsible all infractions.  This case is going on appeal to the district court Appellate Division on errors of law committed by the trial judge.
 
Newton District Court a 52-year-old Massachusetts businessman is found responsible by the clerk magistrate speeding, 71 in a 55 zone.  He appeals and is found responsible by the judge and the case is closed.
 
Brighton District Court a 53-year-old Massachusetts businessman is found not responsible by the clerk magistrate, speeding, 73 in a 55 zone.  No appeal by the Massachusetts State police.
 
Brighton District Court in a 43-year-old computer consultant is cited by the Massachusetts State police for 63 in a 15 mph zone and is found responsible by the clerk magistrate.  Our lawyers services are terminated and the client proceeds pro se; final result unknown.
 
Brighton District Court a 39-year-old Connecticut businessman is cited by the Massachusetts State police for criminal racing and speeding, 110 mph in a 65 mph zone.  The original infraction for criminal application is voided by the state police on motion of counsel and the client pays on the citation avoiding criminal charges
 
September 2011
 
Plymouth District Court a 44-year-old Massachusetts lawyer is cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding on Route 3 N., 83 in a 55 zone and is found not responsible at clerk’s hearing.  No appeal by the state police
 
Registry of Motor Vehicles, IID Unit a 50 year old Massachusetts businessman has the interlock requirement removed by stipulation after one year litigation by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
August 2011
 
Framingham District Court A repeat client is found not responsible of speeding on the Mass. Turnpike 102mph,  not responsible failure signal, not responsible marked lanes violation at the clerk magistrate hearing
 
Newburyport District Court: a 40-year-old main interstate truck driver is cited by the MSP truck team for overweight and speeding, 64 in a 40 mile-per-hour zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing

July 2011

Registry of motor vehicles/Board of appeal a 26-year-old Massachusetts man with a two-page criminal record and a seven page motor vehicle history loses his bid for early reinstatement following his suspension for habitual traffic offender
 
Concord District Court a 47-year-old Massachusetts man is found responsible of speeding, 85 mph in a 55 mph zone at the clerk magistrate hearing; the matter is appealed before a judge & the operator is found not responsible by the court.
 
Cambridge District Court a 31-year-old immigrant from India is criminally applied for by the Cambridge police department for negligent operation of a motor vehicle. In the criminal session the matter is dismissed.
 
Framingham District Court a 50-year-old Massachusetts man is found not responsible for speeding, 85 in a 65 mph zone
 
Framingham District Court a 36-year-old Massachusetts man is found not responsible of speeding said ticket having been issued by the Massachusetts State police. This matter is currently impounded by the court.

June 2011
 
Palmer District Court a 57-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the state police for speeding, 80 mph in a 65 mile-per-hour zone and is found not responsible of clerks hearing
 
Westborough District Court a repeat client is found responsible by the clerk magistrate for speeding, 86 mph in a 65 mph zone. The matter is appealed before a judge whereupon the client is found not responsible (necessity defense).
 
Westborough District Court a 47-year-old Massachusetts livery driver is cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding, 91 mph in a 65 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing. This was the clients seventh speeding ticket in 12 months.

May 2001
 
Registry of motor vehicles a Massachusetts man has his driver's license restored following suspension for habitual traffic offender
 
West Roxbury District Court a 61-year-old New York resident is cited by the Massachusetts State police (Leverette Circle Barracks) for speeding 50 mph in a 35 mph zone and is found not responsible by the clerk magistrate; his son in law represented himself and was found responsible he was in the vehicle behind our client traveling the exact same speed.
 
Boston Municipal Court a repeat client is found not responsible at the clerks hearing; this was his seventh infraction utilizing our team

April 2011
 
Boston Municipal Court a 33-year-old Massachusetts businesswoman is found responsible by a clerk magistrate for unsafe lane change following a multivehicle accident on Beacon Street; the matter is appealed before a judge; client found not responsible by the court. Representation before the division of insurance continues.
 
Cambridge District Court a 31-year-old Massachusetts college student is found responsible marked lanes violation & negligent operation criminal charge is continued without a finding. The client died during the pendency of the continuance and the complaint was dismissed on motion.
 
Westborough District Court a 46-year-old Massachusetts businessman is found not responsible of speeding, 70 mph in a 50 mph zone (Northborough Police Department); this matter took 12 months to resolve

 March 2011

Lowell District Court a Tennessee man is found not responsible at the clerks hearing for speeding 79 mph in a 55 mph zone. This man was from Tennessee and his presence was waived on prior motion utilizing our attorneys
 
Dudley District Court a first-time offender is found responsible of speeding, 65 in a 55 mph zone; the clerk magistrate decision is appealed and the client is found not responsible upon judges review hearing
 
Dudley District Court a Connecticut businessman is found not guilty of license suspended, speeding not responsible, not responsible state highway violation after his arrest & processing in the Massachusetts trial court department. Litigation against the Commonwealth continues for wrongful arrest.

February 2011
 
Brookline District Court A 56-year-old cabdriver found not responsible of speeding in a school zone, 56 mph in a 20 mph zone, citation issued by the Brookline Police Department
 
Stoughton District Court a 46-year-old Massachusetts businesswoman is cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding on Route 24 86 mph in a 65 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
Westborough District Court, judges review hearing, a Massachusetts businessman with a two-page record of speeding is found responsible at the judges review hearing, speeding, 100 mph in a 65 mph zone reflecting our difficulty in winning these matters before a judge please retain us before magistrate review
 
Barnstable District Court a Massachusetts man is found not responsible of speeding, 79 mph in a 55 mph zone at the magistrate hearing; he is also found not responsible of speeding, 79 mph in a 55 mph zone in the Westborough District Court
 
January 2011 Taunton District Court a 43-year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding on his motorcycle, 98 in a 55 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
 January 2011 Concord District Court a Massachusetts corporate executive with Cisco is cited for speeding, 80 in a 55 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
January 2011 Salem District Court a repeat client is cited for speeding by the Middleton Police Department 60 in a 40 zone and is found not was possible at the clerks hearing
 
January 2011 Brighton District Court a repeat client is cited by the state police on soldiers field drive 74 in a 40 zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing; same client later arrested for operating on an expired drivers license which complaint is dismissed; same client cited for fail to signal and speeding on Route 93 found not responsible at the clerks hearing; Malden District Court; speeding 96 in a 55 found not responsible, Concord District Court.
 
December 2010 Peabody District Court a 49-year-old Boston man is charged with speeding, 91 in a 55 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing
 
December 2010 Westborough District Court a repeat client is cited for 80 in a 55 and is found not responsible without client having to go to court
 
December 2010 Registry of Motor Vehicles Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys appears in fatal accident preliminary hearing and negotiates terms of reinstatement
 
January 2011 a 70-year-old Vermont man has two outstanding warrants in Massachusetts, both driver license-related arising out of actions in the early 1980s. This now corporate executive retains Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys to appear in absentia to remove the warrants and reinstate his driver license
 
January 2011 Registry of Motor Vehicles attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys backs out a 60 day suspension for corporate executive.

November 2010 Gt. Barrington District Court a repeat client is found not responsible for speeding
 
 November 2010 Gt.  Barrington District Court 78 in a 65 another client is also found not responsible
 
November 2010 Registry of Motor Vehicles a repeat drunk driver (3) receives his second hardship license on argument of attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
November 2010 Waltham District Court a 23-year-old Massachusetts woman beats 2 tickets in the same court, one issued by the state police the other by the town of Waltham. A self-employed fitness instructor graduate of UMass, now concentrating on elder women, she is available for referrals.
 
November 2010 Registry of motor vehicles/driver control unit a 66-year-old Florida man has a complicated national driver Registry hold lifted and his right to operate in Florida reinstated
 
November 2010 Boston Municipal Court a 48-year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speed and illegal operation, due to the complexities of the case, representation continues
  
October 2010 Orange District Court a Philadelphia Pennsylvania man is found not responsible of a state police speeding ticket, 87 in a 55. Licensure was at issue  
 
October 2010 Boston Municipal Court a network television personality is cited by the Boston Police Department speeding 53 in a 35 zone, and  seatbelt violation, found not responsible at the clerk hearing.
 
October 2010 Ayer District Court  a 52-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the state police for speeding, 79 in a 55 zone,  not responsible at the clerk hearing.

September 2010, Plymouth District Court  same client is found not responsible for another infraction, speeding, 89 in a 55.
 
September 2010 Peabody District Court a 17-year-old Massachusetts lad is cited by the state police for speeding, 78 in a 55, no license and possession, unregistered, and is found not responsible of all charges at the clerks hearing.
 
September 2010 Newton District Court a 48-year-old Massachusetts man is found not responsible of speeding issued by the Massachusetts State police on the turnpike, 70 in a 55.
 
 
August 2010 Cambridge District Court a 21-year-old Harvard University student faces expulsion for leaving the scene after causing personal injury. The cases we handed for clerks hearing at which time no process issues against the client.  In this matter, attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys exercised the highest degree of criminal defense strategy possible, and at a very high fee. This case was referred by a major corporate law firm.
 
August 2010 Woburn District Court a 40-year-old Massachusetts man who worked on the tarmac at Logan Airport is found responsible for speeding, 101 in a 55
 
August 2010 board of appeal a 21-year-old college student with two convictions for distribution of narcotics loses his appeal on drivers license reinstatement.
 
August 2010 board of appeal a 40-year-old man with two prior drunk driving convictions has his drivers license temporarily reinstated on a hardship appeal.
 
August 2010 Attleboro District Court a 50-year-old Massachusetts man in the client has two moving violations dismissed at the clerk magistrate level

July 2010 Concord District Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts businessman found not responsible at the clerk magistrate hearing of speeding on Route 2, 82 in a 55
 
July 2010 Waltham District Court a 50-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited for speeding on Route 128 and two counts of unsafe lane change.  At the clerk magistrate hearing client found not responsible of speeding, responsible unsafe lane change and appeals before a judge.  At the judge's review the client is found not responsible up both counts using a technical defense by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.  This case preserved the client’s right to use his rapid car-rental privileges, including Hertz number one gold etc. (this client was from a major accounting firm, repeat client)
 
July 2010 Plymouth District Court a 40-year-old Massachusetts businessman is found not responsible for speeding on Route 3S., 97 in a 55 zone in his 2010 Porsche 911 Turbo.
 
July 2010 Registry of motor vehicles /board of appeal a 51-year-old Massachusetts lawyer losses his bid for early termination of IID (ignition lock) requirement.  
 
July 2010 Registry of motor vehicles/board of appeal a 49-year-old Massachusetts businessman has his drivers license reinstated, this license previously suspended for 60 days.
 
June 2010  driver control unit a 59-year-old Florida man has NDR hold on right to operate removed by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
June 2010 Registry of motor vehicles driver control unit a 41-year-old Massachusetts man is suspended for motor vehicle homicide and his matter is addressed by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys; representation continues.
 
June 2010 Waltham District Court a 33-year-old Massachusetts woman as her default on clerk magistrate hearing removed and the matter set down for new hearing; representation continues.
 
June 2010 Board of Appeal  the same client has car insurance appeal rescheduled to avoid seven surcharge event suspension from starting; representation continues.
May 2010 Boston Municipal Court a 32-year-old Massachusetts man is cited for improper operation by Boston Police Department and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing
 
May 2010 Boston Municipal Court Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is cited by the Boston Police Department for failure to stop at a red light (this time) and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing
 
May 2010 Registry of motor vehicles driver control unit a Kansas man is suspended through the national driver registry and had his national driver registry hold lifted by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
May 2010 and Registry of motor vehicles driver control unit a 37-year-old Massachusetts man is suspended for motor vehicle homicide and his matter is addressed by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys through the Court after a hearing at the driver control unit.  Representation continues
 
May 2010 Newburyport District Court a 41-year-old Texas man is cited for speeding on Route 95 north and is found not responsible in absentia at the clerks hearing.
 
 
 
April 2010 GT Barrington District Court  a 50-year-old FL truck driver with a CDL license is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts State police, 77 in a 65 zone , found not responsible at the clerk’s heari

April 2010 GT Barrington District Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding, 86 in a 55 zone, found not responsible at the clerk’s hearing April 2000 and Registry of Motor Vehicles, driver control unit a 53-year-old Massachusetts man is suspended in Colorado and Florida.  Both suspensions are administratively disposed of by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys and the right to operate in MA reinstated. 

April 2010 Clinton District Court a 41-y
ear-old Massachusetts woman is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts State police and is found not responsible of the clerks hearing
 
April 2010 Dedham District Court a 16.5 -year-old is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts State police, 79 in BDL and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing. The parent is a heavy-hitter in international finance.
 
April 2010 Registry of Motor Vehicles, Board of Appeal a Massachusetts professional is suspended for two 60-day suspensions.  One event was a speed in excess of 100mph.  The Board of Appeal rejected defendant's hardship petition but the second 60-day suspension is vacated through the driver control unit by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.
 
April 2010 Board of Appeal a 16.5-year-old is suspended for 90-days for speeding; petition for hardship relief is rejected by the Board of Appeal
 
April 2010 Concord District Court a 51-year-old Massachusetts man is criminally applied for attaching plates to motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle without inspection sticker.  The civil infraction is withdrawn and criminal application dismissed at the clerk’s hearing.
 
April 2010 Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is cited by the Massachusetts State police for illegal U-turn through construction on the Neponset Bridge near his house.  Representation continues.
 
April 2010 Boston Municipal Court Atty. Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is found not responsible of failure to stop at a red light, citation issued by the Boston Police Department
 
April 2010 Boston Municipal Court a repeat client is found not responsible of unsafe lane change & speeding 70 in a 45 on the Massachusetts Turnpike.
 
March 2010 Brookline District Court.  The 79-year-old owner of a national trucking company obtains a not responsible finding at the clerk magistrate level for speeding, 58 in a 30 zone.
 
March 2010 Malden District Court 84-year-old Massachusetts businessman obtains not responsible finding at the clerk magistrate level, issued by town police for speeding 49mph in a school zone.
 
March 2010 Dedham District Court, a repeat client obtains his 11th not responsible finding with speedingticketdefense.com for speeding, 87 in a 55 mph zone at the clerk's hearing.
 
 March 2010 Lawrence District Court, a repeat client obtains his third not responsible finding for speeding using our lawyers, this one issued by the Lawrence Police Department on the Lowell connector ramp 60 mph in a 30 mph zone
 
March 2010, Framingham District Court a repeat client obtains his third not responsible finding for following too close and passing violation and speeding the speeding is not responsible, not responsible to close responsible passing violations.  This saves the operator his rapid car-rental privileges
 
March 2010 Dedham District Court, a new client’s father retains Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys for representation at a juvenile operator suspension matter, which is continued.
 
March 2010 and Framingham District Court, a new client is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts State police, 97 in a 65 mph zone.  The case is to be dismissed upon completion of driver retraining. This client had previously been prosecuted for negligent operation in New York State.
 
March 2010 Registry of Motor Vehicles driver control unit. Prior out of state drunk driving convictions picked up by national driver registry are processed in accordance to regulation allowing for operation of a motor vehicle in Massachusetts after indefinite suspension.
 
March 2010 board of appeal:  hardship license is granted to a 54-year-old repeat offender with three lifetime drunk driving convictions, shortening suspension from eight to two year.
 
March 2010 board of appeal: hardship license denied to 33-year-old professor charged with repeat high-speed, speeding infractions.
 
February 2010 Registry of motor vehicles driver control unit a 92-year-old Massachusetts woman as her driver license reinstated following complaint medical
 
February 2010 Concord District Court a 29-year-old Massachusetts man loses his clerk magistrate hearing for speeding. He had several speeding citations pending.
 
February 2010 Plymouth District Court a 49-year-old Massachusetts man pleads guilty to drunk driving in exchange for dismissal of two felony counts.
 
February 2010 Cambridge District Court a repeat client and Massachusetts household name in the legal advertising obtains his fourth not responsible finding for speeding, 89 in a 65 zone
 
February 2010 Worcester District Court a 39-year-old Massachusetts physician found not responsible using our attorneys this time for speeding, 85 in a 65 zone on the Massachusetts Turnpike
 
February 2010 Boston Municipal Court a repeat client is found not responsible for failure signal,  unsafe lane change
 
February 2010 (unnamed)  Court attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is found not responsible for one-way street violation
 
February 2010 (unnamed) Court attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is found not responsible for speeding, 107 in a 65 (attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys's driving record is available for viewing in office consultation, only)
 
February 2010 Suffolk County Superior Court a multiple drunk driving offender overturns his suspension based upon time of receipt of notification; this was a MGL 30A review of Board of Appeal denial of hardship license
December 2009 Board of Appeal a 23-year-old Massachusetts man pads and habitual traffic offender suspension modified by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys to allow for hardship operation of the motor vehicle
 
December 2009 board of appeal a 36-year-old Massachusetts man has a lifetime suspension for five drunk driving modified to allow for further consideration after the expiration of 10 years
 
December 2009 Concord District Court a 40-year-old repeat client has his fifth ticket not responsible at the clerk magistrate hearing, no U-turn permitted on Massachusetts Avenue
 
December 2009 Registry of motor vehicles driver control unit the oldest lawyer of the Massachusetts bar had an immediate threat suspension modified by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys after the lawyer crashed into a building, allowing the lawyer to reapply for drivers license
 
December 2009 Registry of motor vehicles an MBTA maintenance employee has his driver's license suspended as a result of reckless driving NDR suspension; representation continues
 
December 2009 Registry of motor vehicles a 60-year-old Massachusetts man has NDR suspension removed for at fault surcharge accident out of state/no insurance
 
December 2009 Gloucester District Court a 55-year-old Massachusetts man is found not responsible of speeding, 54 mph in a 35
 
December 2009 a Massachusetts man and a household name in America retains Atty. Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys for NDR driver license matter. Representation continues
 
 

  October 2009 Uxbridge District Court a 21-year-old Massachusetts woman is cited for texting while driving, fail to move over and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing. License loss was an issue in this case
 
October 2009 Registry of motor vehicles driver control unit a 47-year-old man now residing in Nevada is reinstated following removal of criminal default warrants throughout the state without coming back, appearance of defendant waived on motion of Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys and operators license is cleared in national driver register allowing for reinstatement in home state
 
October 2009 registry of motor vehicles driver control unit a 26-year-old Massachusetts woman defaults on court hearing for speeding has right to hearing reinstated on Motion of Atty. Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
October 2009 a 97-year-old Massachusetts woman and among the first female graduates of the Boston College law school loses control of her motor vehicle and smashes into a building. Her driver license is suspended for immediate threat. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is engaged to reinstate the operator. Representation continues.
 
October 2009 a repeat client of Speedingticketdefense and household name due to his celebrity status picks up three new moving violations on top of the six previously represented upon. He is found not responsible of the first two violations. Representation continues.
 
October 2009 Registry of motor vehicles board of appeal a 40-year-old Massachusetts man suspended for life for five drunk driving has his right of appeal continued to allow for hardship consideration after the expiration of 10 years for drunk driving convictions.
 
October 2009 Registry of motor vehicles, driver control unit and board of appeal. A 50-year-old Massachusetts man loses his board of appeal petition for hardship consideration following lifetime conviction for five or more drunk driving convictions but is reinstated to the driver control unit.
 
October 2009 board of appeal. A Massachusetts man is suspended after chemical refusal for six months and is reinstated after trial conducted by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
October 2009 board of appeal a Massachusetts man is arrested for drunk driving, found not guilty after trial but convicted of negligent operation & has the 60 day suspension overturned on appeal by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys before the board of appeal
 
October 2009 Brighton District Court a 57-year-old Massachusetts man with a moderate driving history is found not responsible speeding on the Mass Pike, 87 in a 55 zone at the clerk's hearing
 
October 2009 Ayer District Court a 42-year-old Massachusetts man and repeat client is found responsible of speeding on a town citation. On his way to court the client was stopped for speeding again ,this time 1/2 mile from the courthouse, and court magistrate was notified by the police because the hearing notice for the instant citation was on the dashboard! Oh well.
 
October 2009 Palmer District Court a 46-year-old Massachusetts man is prosecuted for operating a motor vehicle suspended for 10 years for drunk driving and is found not guilty after trial.
 
October 2009 Somerville District Court in MBTA bus driver has a criminal complaint issued against them for leaving the scene after causing personal injury; the Boston Globe picks up on the case and representation continues
 
September 2009 Norfolk Superior Court a 42-year-old Massachusetts man is charged with vehicular homicide and found not guilty after jury trial.  A reconstruction expert was critical in this case along with a forensic pathologist.
 
September 2009 Registry of motor vehicles a 52-year-old Massachusetts man is denied his right to operate motor vehicles for reinstatement following a lifetime suspension but leave to appeal was granted in superior court
 
September 2009 Quincy District Court a 40-year-old Massachusetts woman is found not responsible speeding by the clerk magistrate
August 2009 Milford District Court a 23-year-old Pennsylvania law school student licensed in Massachusetts is cited by the Massachusetts State police and charged with criminal operating a driver license revoked as habitual traffic offender. At the clerk magistrate hearing, Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys persuades police prosecutor to withdraw complaint application, and the matter is dismissed. The client faced incarceration. At issue was the improper inception of the habitual traffic offender suspension by the Registry of Motor Vehicles, for which the client or to serve two years into his suspension while represented by another lawyer.  Thereafter the clients check was returned as insufficient funds.
 
August 2009 Waltham District Court a 47-year-old Massachusetts businessman is represented twice by our lawyers found not responsible at the clerk magistrate hearing after being cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding, 79 in a 65 zone on the Mass Pike.
 
August 2009 Dedham District Court a 40-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Wellesley Police Department for speeding on Route 9, 69 in a 50 mph zone and is found not responsible of the clerk magistrate hearing
 
August 2009 Framingham District Court a 38-year-old Pennsylvania man is cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding, 92 in a 65 mph zone and is found not responsible at clerk magistrate hearing
 
August 2009 Westfield District Court a 21-year-old Massachusetts student who cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding, 87 in a 65 mile for our zone and is found not responsible at clerk magistrate hearing

August 2009 Roxbury District Court a 50-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited by the state police for speeding on Massachusetts Ave,  55 in a 30 zone found not responsible at clerk magistrate hearing.
 
August 2009 Palmer District Court a 54-year-old Harvard physician found not responsible at the clerk magistrate hearing for speeding, 84 in a 65 zone on the Mass Pike
 
August 2009 state of New Hampshire, Plymouth District Court a repeat client is found not responsible by the judge for speeding, 85 in a 65 mph zone
 
August 2009 Westborough District Court a repeat client is found responsible the day before in another court, this time responsible of speeding at a high rate of speed at the magistrate hearing, this was his fifth class citation within one year, and our first magistrate loss in the last 16 months

July 2009 Concord District Court a 43-year-old Massachusetts man is found not responsible of speeding on Route 2; he had three prior speeding offenses
 
July 2009 Newburyport District Court a 29-year-old Massachusetts man with a six page motor vehicle history and a prior criminal conviction in Pennsylvania for operating to endanger has no criminal complaint issue after a clerk magistrate hearing conducted by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
July 2009 Registry of motor vehicles a 40-year-old electrician is to be suspended for seven surchargeable events, but this is overturned on motion of Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
July 2009 Registry of motor vehicles 30-year-old Massachusetts woman is to be suspended for seven surcharge events but this is overturned on motion by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys. Job loss was at issue.
 
July 2009 Peabody District Court.  The same client has what could be a suspendable event citation for unregistered/improper equipment and no transparent window, found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.
 
July 2009 Registry of motor vehicles a 53-year-old Massachusetts resident has privileges to operate a motor vehicle suspended for comp fraud ID/failure to install the ignition lock and is reinstatement by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys. Client also receives a criminal warning from a Massachusetts Police Department which is negotiated out by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
July 2009 Roxbury District Court a local business owner 50 years old is found not responsible of speeding on Massachusetts Avenue, 55 in a 30 mph zone
 
July 2009 Westfield District Court a 19-year-old Massachusetts woman is cited by the state police for speeding, 87 in a 65 zone, not responsible at the clerk's hearing, presence of the defendant waived.  
 
July 2009 Framingham District Court a 29-year-old Uxbridge resident is cited by the state police for speeding, 92 in a 65 zone, found not responsible at the clerk's hearing

June 2009 Chelsea District Court a 53-year-old Massachusetts woman is cited by the Revere Police Department for speeding, 58 in a 40 zone found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

June 2009 attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is cited for speeding in his Audi A8, Route 95 N., 107mph in a 65 zone representation continues.
 
June 2009 Registry of motor vehicles a repeat client of speeding defense is investigated for second offense loss of consciousness; no action by registrar taken.
 
June 2009 Milford District Court a 43-year-old Massachusetts accountant is found not responsible of speeding at the clerk's hearing, 87 in a 55 zone

May 2009 Registry of motor vehicles a 43-year-old Massachusetts man loses his bid to overturn a lifetime suspension of his right to operate for five DWI's.
 
May 2009 Registry of motor vehicles a 44-year-old Massachusetts man wins his bid to overturn a lifetime suspension of his right to operate for five DWI's, gaining the right for further review.
 
May 2009 Waltham District Court a repeat client of speeding ticket defense is found not responsible of speeding on the Massachusetts Turnpike, 84 in a 55 zone at the clerk's hearing.
 
April 2009 GT Barrington District Court a 21-year-old Pennsylvania man is cited by the Massachusetts State police 97 in a 65 zone, found not responsible at the clerk magistrate hearing.
 
April 2009 GT Barrington District Court a 23-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the state police 84 in a 65 found not responsible at the clerk hearing.
 
April 2009 Salem District Court an 18-year-old is cited for speeding second offense and loses his judges review; our lawyers are successful however in reinstating his right to operate at the board of appeal.
 
April 2009 Palmer District Court a 43-year-old Quincy man is cited by the Massachusetts State police on the turnpike 85+ in a 65 and is found not responsible at the clerk hearing.
 
April 2009 Brookline District Court a 51-year-old Massachusetts man with no motor vehicle history is found responsible by the clerk magistrate for speeding, 53 in a 35 work zone, responsible judges review using a technical defense GL 90c; an appeal continues.
 
March 2009 Registry of motor vehicles a 59-year-old Massachusetts man suspended in 1981 for vehicular homicide; after negotiations a criminal complaint for operating on a revoked license is reversed and his drivers license is reinstated. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys proved NDR error.
 
March 2009 Palmer District Court a repeat client of speedingticketdefense is again found not responsible of speeding, this time lidar 87 in a 65.
 
March 2009 Newburyport District Court a 18-year-old Massachusetts prodigy loses his judges review hearing on a speeding citation and sustains a lengthy drivers license suspension which is overturned on motion of cocounsel of the board of appeal
 
March 2009  Newburyport District Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts lawyer is cited for speeding 98 in a 65 and is found not responsible.

March 2009 Registry of motor vehicles an immediate threat suspension issued to a 46-year-old Massachusetts man is overturned on motion of Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

March 2009 Brighton District Court a repeat client was charged this time with drunk driving and the cases disposed of, administratively.
 
February 2009  Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys takes several courses on police practice out of state, then lectures at a prestigious university.  There are no case results for February 2009 as a consequence.
 
January 2009 Registry of motor vehicles a 52-year-old Massachusetts man is prosecuted for operating a motor vehicle on a suspended driver license; the registry suspension is overturned and the right to operate restored.
January 2009 Newburyport District Court a 40 year-old Massachusetts man with a national security clearance working as a government contractor is arrested for fifth offense operating on a driver license suspended for habitual traffic offender; he was on probation when he was arrested.  The defendant is given house arrest on the above case after extensive negotiations by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys and cocounsel from Washington, DC.
 
January 2009 Woburn District Court a 29-year-old Massachusetts man is found responsible by the clerk magistrate for red light violation but at the judges review Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys demonstrates a statutory defect and the client gets a not responsible finding.  A 4 year driver's license loss was at stake.
 
January 2009 Plymouth District Court a 29 year-old Massachusetts man with an extensive driving history is criminally prosecuted for operating to endanger, alleged in the breakdown lane at speeds over 130 miles an hour
 
January 2009 Taunton District Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts man is prosecuted for operating on a driver's license suspended for DWI in New York State and faced a mandatory prison sentence 60 days.  This charge is decriminalized and client pleads guilty to no insurance, avoiding jail time
 
January 2009 Brighton District Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts woman is criminally applied for, for unlicensed operation and speeding.  All charges are dismissed at the pretrial hearing.
 
January 2009 Malden District Court  a 25 year-old Massachusetts man and business school student is spared deportation for leaving the scene after causing property damage which charge is dismissed and OUI- liquor is continue without a finding, .09 BT

December 2008 Waltham District Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts man loses his clerk magistrate hearing for speeding, 85 mph in a 65 mph zone, but is victorious at his appeal.
 
December 2008 A 22-year-old Massachusetts man is investigated by RMV special investigations unit for procuring a fake license while his actual license was suspended for drug trafficking.  Representation continues.
 
December 2008 a 27-year-old Ohio man twice convicted of drunk driving in Massachusetts arranges for reinstatement of his license from Ohio.
 
December 2008 Fitchburg District Court a 40 year-old Massachusetts woman with no driving history is cited for speeding by the Fitchburg Police Department, 45 mph in a 25 zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.
 
November 2008 Westborough District court a 39 year old Massachusetts man represented himself at the magistrate hearing, and call the magistrate a jerk when he was found responsible.  Over our objections we were retained for the judges review, and representation continues.
 
November 2008 Framingham District Court a 47-year-old Massachusetts man and a repeat client of speedingticketdefense is cited for speeding, 81 in a 65 zone by lidar and is found not responsible at clerk's hearing.
 
November 2008 Registry of motor vehicle/board of appeal a 41-year-old Massachusetts man with five habitual traffic offender suspensions and a total of 38 moving violations is issued a hardship license at his initial appeal; there were no liquor issues on his license or criminal history
 
The driver in the "Clark Rockefeller" child kidnapping case is exonerated for operating to endanger by grand jury, represented by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.
 
October 2008 South Boston District Court a 43-year-old Massachusetts executive is cited by the state police for speeding 65 mph in a 45 in the Big Dig tunnel and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing
 
October 2008 Westborough District Court a 40 year-old Massachusetts executive is cited by the state police for speeding 85 in a 65 clocked and estimated, marked lanes (leaving, numerous lane changes over several miles around other cars) operating a 2008 Porsche 911 and is found not responsible by technical defense.
 
October 2008 Waltham District Court a 39-year-old executive is charged criminally for the fourth time for operating a drivers license while suspended for failure to pay citations.  The outstanding citation default is lifted at the driver control unit of the registry of motor vehicles and the criminal matter is dismissed, avoiding jail time.
 
October 2008  a 39-year-old Rhode Island man is charged by alcohol tobacco and firearms for unlawful delivery of firearms to common carrier by driving handguns to Logan Airport and avoids state prosecution; federal prosecution continues
 
October 2008 Board of Appeal a 50-year-old person from China flunks her fourth state police competency exam (road test) after almost causing an accident on Route 128 by driving sideways on the highway.  She is precluded from further testing.  On appeal the decision is reversed and further test testing is allowed upon motion of attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
 
October 2008 registry of motor vehicles and the Court of Appeal a 34-year-old Massachusetts man receives late notice of a suspension for cocaine trafficking and this is reversed on appeal allowing a 12 hour work license
 
October 2008 Springfield District Court a 41-year-old Massachusetts executive is cited for the fourth time for speeding by the state police on Route 291 80 in a 65 admits he is speeding and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing
 
October 2008 Worcester District Court a 48-year-old New Hampshire executive is cited by the state police for speeding, 75 plus in a 65 , left lane, passing cars, radar detector on dashboard and found not responsible all infractions at the clerk's hearing.
 
October 2008 a 52 year-old Massachusetts executive uses a competitor law firm for a South Boston tunnel case and reports he was found responsible
 
October 2008 registry of motor vehicles driver control unit a 27 -year-old Massachusetts licensee residing in Florida working for the national aeronautics and space administration (NASA) Cape Canaveral Air Force Station is twice Convicted in Georgia for drunk driving in 2001 and 2004.  He is suspended indefinitely in Massachusetts but the suspension is overturn allowing the immediate right to operate.

September 2008  Natick District Court a 52-year-old repeat client is again found not responsible of speeding after being cited by the State police, 87 in a 55 zone.

September 2008 Framingham District Court a New York resident is found not responsible of speeding after being cited by the state police 88 in a 55 zone.
 
September 2008 board of appeal at 58-year-old Massachusetts man twice convicted of DWI as a hardship license granted at his first appeal.
 
September 2008 Nantucket District Court/division of insurance/ registry of motor vehicles a 51-year-old Virginia resident has his right to operate in Massachusetts suspended for seven surchargeable events.  He is also cited for operating after suspension, two times.  The criminal matters are resolved by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys who persuaded the police to withdraw the complaint applications and the license suspension is overturned by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys  The client never appeared at any proceding.
  
August 2008 board of appeal a 41-year-old Massachusetts man appeals a lifetime suspension for vehicular homicide.  The appeal is denied.  The board decided its opinion premised upon a 1962 Attorney General opinion.

August 2008 Suffolk Superior Court an ignition lock suspension lawsuit settles via confidential settlement (with co-counsel a major corporate law firm's litigation department).


July 2008 Registry of motor vehicles a 38-year-old Massachusetts man has a suspension for 30 days for three speeding tickets in a year overturned and the right to operate is reinstated.
 
July 2008 Registry of Motor Vehicles a 26 year-old Massachusetts man with two convictions for possession with intent to distribute marijuana near a school zone has his two year suspension overturned as a result of presentation by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys before the board of appeal.
 
July 2008 Registry of Motor Vehicles a 30 year-old Massachusetts man with 18 moving violations on his motor vehicle history has a four year suspension for habitual traffic offender overturned as a result of the presentation by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.
 
July 2008 Registry of Motor Vehicles a 35 year-old Massachusetts man with five convictions for drunk driving has a lifetime suspension overturned as a result of the litigation by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.
 
July 2008 the Boston Globe does an article on registry of motor vehicles suspensions for convicted drug dealers.  Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is consulted by the reporter and quoted anonymously.
 
July 2008 the Boston Globe does another article featuring a Boston lawyer deceptively using his deceased mother's handicap plate; attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is consulted and performs investigation at the DCU.
 
July 2008 registry of motor vehicles interlock unit a 49-year-old Massachusetts man has a 10 year suspension as a result of skipped rolling retest and chemical test violations.  Representation in the Superior Court continues.
 
July 2008 Taunton District Court a 64-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Easton Police Department for speeding, 61 in a 30 zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.
 
July 2008 Registry of motor vehicles a 51-year-old Massachusetts man is denied in his bid for early relief of an eight year suspension for three convictions for drunk driving but is allowed to reapply in one year.
 
July 2008 Concord District Court a 49-year-old Massachusetts doctor is cited 11 times for speeding, this time 75 in a 55 and is found responsible at the clerk's hearing.  He is then exonerated at a Concord District Court judges appeal (represented by counsel and retired Massachusetts state police).
 
June 2008 Worcester District Court A 21-year-old college student is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 89 in a 55 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.
  
June 2008 Dedham District Court  A 29 year-old Massachusetts woman is  arrested by the Dover Police Department for operating after suspended license and leaving the scene after causing property damage.  The complaint is dismissed on motion of counsel.
 
June 2000 Concord District Court A Massachusetts physician is cited by Concord Police Department for speeding, 9 miles over the speed limit and is found responsible at the clerk's hearing.  Representation continues.

June 2008 Quincy District Court Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is cited for:  speeding, warning, Lane violation warning, failure to stop at a stop sign $100 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.
  
June 2008 Charlestown District Court  Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys's former girlfriend is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts state police 79 in a 55 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

May 2008 Clinton District Court a 31-year-old Massachusetts man with a substantial motor vehicle history is cited by the Lancaster Police Department for speeding, 41 in a 30, and lost his clerk's hearing while representing himself. After judge's review, with counsel, he is found not responsible
  
May 2008 Westfield District Court a repeat client is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts State police, 79 in a 65 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing
 
May 2008 registry of motor vehicles an 81-year-old Massachusetts woman is suspended for immediate threat medical and has her right to operate restored by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.  This case was referred by a major law firm.
 
May 2008 South Boston District Court a 51-year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the state police in the tunnel, 66 in a 45 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing
January 2008 Roxbury District Court a 20-year-old student (and son of one of the nation's most affluent business executive) is arrested by Boston Police Department for operating his 2007  Lamborghini with a suspended driver's license (habitual traffic offender).  At a court Motion hearing, the charges are dismissed (Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys).

January 2008 South Boston District Court a 40-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Boston Police Department for failure to stop and one way violation and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.
 
January 2008 Boston Municipal Court Department, South Boston.  A41-year-old rookie client is cited by the State police for speeding,80 in a 45, and Lane violation and is found not responsible all counts at the clerk's hearing.
 
December 2007 Peabody District Court a 39-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the state police or three separate citations for motor vehicle accident, speeding 97 miles per are and failure to stop and is found not responsible all counts at the clerk's hearing.
 
December 2007 Dedham District Court a 48-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited by the state police community action for speeding, 81 in a 55 and found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.
 
November 2007 Chelsea District Court a 40 year-old Massachusetts man is cited by state police for operating to endanger, unsafe lane change, failure to signal and speeding.  On his motorcycle 87 mph  At the clerk's hearing all matters are dismissed.  This matter was referred by a Washington, DC law firm.
 
November 2007 Boston Municipal Court.  A 58-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited by the Boston Police Department for failure to stop and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing
 
October 2007 Ayer District Court  a 52-year-old rookie client is cited by the state police for speeding on Rt. 2 80mph in a 55 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing
 
October 2007 Framingham District Court.  A 41-year-old nationally recognized man from California is cited by state police for speeding, 86 in a 65 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing

September 2007 Registry of motor vehicles.  A repeat client receives a complaint regulatory for ignition lock (IID) violation.  The registry allegation is that the client 12 times bypassed the IID, resulting in a lifetime suspension possibility.  After a hearing, the complaint is withdrawn.  Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys proved through expert testimony the IID could not be relied upon in the particular vehicle due to the mechanics of the vehicle and service history.
 
September 2007 a Massachusetts man with a prior Wisconsin DWI and New York State DWI conviction overturns a two-year suspension resulting in a hardship license issuing, overriding regulations to the contrary, by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.  
 
September 2007 a 31 year-old Massachusetts woman loses her bid before the Board of appeal for NDR override of a California suspension from 2001 for DWI, but is successful later at the driver control unit getting her license reinstated.
 
September 2007 Roxbury District Court.  A 30 year-old Massachusetts man is found not responsible at the magistrate hearing of a citation issued by the Boston Police Department for speeding, 60 in a 30 zone, illegal operation, and failure to stop.  A responsible finding of any of these violations would have resulted in a 60 day suspension.
 
 September 2007 Orleans District Court a 50 year old Massachusetts business person is cited by the Orleans police for speeding, 48 and a 30 zone and is found not responsible at the magistrate earing.
 
September 2007 Somerville District Court a 40-year-old Florida woman with deep ties to Yahoo.com is cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding, 80 in a 65, failure to signal, unsafe lane change and is found not responsible of the latter two violations, responsible with a reduced assessment of speeding, sparing her a suspension of her right to operate in Florida.
 
September 2007 Registry of motor vehicles  A prominent Boston licensed professional receives notice of suspension for five surchargeable events and ordered to take a one-day safety council course.  One of the surchargeable events is corrected, avoiding the suspension and the right to operate continues uninterrupted without having to take the class.
 
September 2007 Falmouth District Court.  A Massachusetts professional man is cited by the Borne Police Department for speeding, 47 in a 30 zone, found not responsible at the magistrate earing.
 
September 2007 Wareham District Court  a 47 year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the state police for speeding, 82 in a 65 heading towards Cape Cod and is found not responsible at the magistrate hearing.



August 2007 Newburyport District Court a •41 Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the games very Police Department, a 42 in a 30 and is found not responsible despite his extensive past driving history.
 
August 2007 South Berskshire District Court a 39 year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts State police on radar, 80 in a 55 found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.
 
August 2007 Natick District Court a 46-year-old repeat client is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts State police 84 in a 65 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

August 2007 Haverhill District Court a 51 year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts State Police 97 in a 65 found not responsible at clerk's hearing.
 
August 2007 Salem District Court a 49 year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts State police 93 in a 65 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

July 2007 Wareham District Court a 43 year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts state police 78 in a 65 zone found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.
 
July 2007 Registry of motor vehicles:  a Newton man is scheduled for suspension of his driver's license as a result of five surchargeable events but the requirement to take the one-day national safety Council course is  vacated by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.
 
July 2007  California District Court.  The father of an American entertainment idol reviews and operating after suspension charge with  Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.  Representation does not continue.


July 2007  Dedham District Court  a 39 year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding on Route 128 by the Massachusetts state police and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

June 2007 Lynn District Court a 40 it year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the Lynn police department on Rt 1, 55 in a 35 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

June 2007 Board of Appeal. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys overturnes a lifetime license suspension for 2nd ignition lock violation, on proceedural due process grounds. This was the RMV's first such suspension.

June 2007 Orleans District Court a 58 year-old Massachusetts businessman and repeat client of speeding ticket defense is found responsible of speeding, 64 in a 55 mph zone by the clerk magistrate and appeals.


May 2007 Stoughton District Court a 33 year-old Massachusetts licensed professional is found not responsible by the clerk magistrate of speeding, 100 in a 55 zone.
 
May 2007 registry of motor vehicles, Board of appeal, a 20 year old Lowell man and area student receives a ndr suspension for 60 days for operating recklessly in New Hampshire which is overturned on appeal
 
May 2007, registry of motor vehicles, Board of appeal  a 30 year-old Massachusetts man with three convictions for possession of heroin with intent to distribute appeals a lengthy license suspension and receives the immediate right to operate motor vehicles.
 
May 2007 Brighton District Court a 49 year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding, 51 in a 40 mph zone, impeded operation, and Lane violation and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.
 
May 2007 Boston Municipal Court a 24 year-old Massachusetts man and area student is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 73 mph in a 45 mph zone and is found responsible at the clerk's hearing.  An appeal is considered.
 
May 2007 Boston Municipal Court a 40 year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 75 mph in a 55 zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing
 
May 2007 Registry of motor vehicles, Board of Appeal.  Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is engaged as lead counsel in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' first lifetime suspension for ignition lock failure.  A discovery motion is allowed and representation continues.

April 2007 East Boston District Court a 50-year-old development manager for a major company is cited by the Massachusetts State police for careless operation, toll evasion and failure to obey toll collector lawful orders and is found not responsible of all infractions at the clerk's hearing.

April 2007 Boston Municipal Court a 51-year-old Massachusetts man is found responsible by a clerk magistrate for red light violation (in which a Massachusetts state police trooper vehicle was totaled) At a judges review, the client is found not responsible.

April 2007 Dudley District Court a 51 year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the state police for speeding 98 in a 65 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

March 2007 Boston Municipal Court a Boston-based author is cited by the Boston police for failure to use safety and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing

March 2007 Boston Municipal Court, Court of Appeals. A Massachusetts lawyer is found responsible of speeding, 25 in a 25 (snowstorm); responsible on judges review; appeals court reverses decision and strikes responsible finding

March 2007 Registry of motor vehicles a 24 year-old Arlington man is to sustain a 60 day driver license suspension for seven surchargeable events by for the intervention of attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys and no driver license suspension takes place

March 2007 Waltham District Court a 41 year-old New Hampshire man is found responsible of speeding, failure to give signal and Lane violation by the magistrate; this decision is reversed on appeal by a judge

March 2007 Lowell District Court a 38 year-old Massachusetts man is arrested by the state police for leaving the scene of property damage. At the arraignment, the case is dismissed

March 2007 Dedham District Court a 30 year-old Massachusetts woman is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 90 in a 55 and Lane violation and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.


February 2007 Clinton District Court, a 39 year-old truck driver from Pennsylvania is charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle after a truck pile up on Route 495, causing $750,000 property damage. The charges are continued for six months then dismissed.

February 2007 Registry of motor vehicles a 40 year-old Massachusetts man sustains an indefinite complaint for improper operation license suspension after he slammed on his brakes while being pulled over by Massachusetts State police trooper. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is able to reduce the amount suspension time to 7 DAYS.


January 2007 Lowell District Court a 39 year-old Massachusetts licensed professional is charged with speeding, 83 in a 55 mph zone and is found not responsible at clerk's hearing.


December 2006 Somerville District Court a 35 year-old Massachusetts man driving a high-end sports car is found responsible of speeding, 72 in a 55, with our attorneys by the clerk magistrate. The responsible finding is overturned on appeal by a judge.


November 2006 a 39 year-old Massachusetts woman is charged with first offense drunk driving and refuses the breathalyzer, the case is resolved and the client has driving privileges reinstated within three days.

November 2006 West Borough District Court a 39 year-old Massachusetts man defaults on a citation for no inspection sticker and receives a notice of suspension for 60 days of his right to operate motor vehicles. The default is removed and the suspension is vacated. Representation continues.

November 2006 Brighton District Court a 43 year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding in the fast lane, 36mph in a 15 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

November 2006 Newton District Court a 57 year-old Massachusetts business executive is cited for speeding,120mph in a 55 mph zone, Lane violation and State Highway violation. He is found not responsible of all charges at the clerk's hearing.

November 2006 South Boston District Court a leading Massachusetts attorney is cited for speeding in the Ted Williams Tunnel 62 mph in a 45 zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

November 2006 Registry of motor vehicles a 17 year-old Massachusetts high school student is to be suspended for fake ID but due to the negotiations of attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys the complaint is withdrawn.

November 2006 Dorchester District Court a Connecticut man is cited for red light violation by the Boston Police Department and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing and his presence is waived.

November 2006 Woburn District Court a 50 year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts state police and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

November 2006 South Boston District Court Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is cited by state police for unauthorized use of road during heavy construction. Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys crossed the median in front of the Suffolk County Jail at 1am and proceeded to remove the orange cones blocking the road. A mile later he was stopped by the state police and cited. At the scene of the offense, he admitted
responsibility. He is found not responsible by a clerk magistrate of the infraction while represented by counsel.



October 2006 Massachusetts' leading Weekly attorney newspaper features attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys and his knowledge of Registry of Motor Vehicles practise.

October 2006 Registry of motor vehicles a 40-year-old North Carolina man receives an eight-year Massachusetts Registry of motor vehicles driver license suspension for multiple drunk driving offenses. The suspension is overturned by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys

October 2006 Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education. Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys was a guest speaker for the collateral consequences of narcotics convictions on right to operate motor vehicles.



September 2006 registry of motor vehicles a 41 year-old Waltham woman with three lifetime drunken-driving convictions receives early reinstatement of her driving privileges.

September 2006 a 26 year-old Massachusetts man with three drunken-driving convictions and a fraudulent theft of ID in a distant state receives early reinstatement of his driving privileges.

September 2006 Lawrence District Court a 42 year-old Massachusetts man wins two cases in this court which would have resulted in a suspension of his drivers license. He had previously defaulted on both cases.

September 2006 registry of motor vehicles a 40 year-old Massachusetts man appeals the ignition interlock requirement. Representation continues in the Superior Court. This case is the subject of a Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (MLW) feature article including Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys's insights.

September 2006 Charlestown District Court a 38 year-old Massachusetts man is found not responsible of a traffic safety violation which would have resulted in a suspension of his drivers license.



August 2006 Registry of motor vehicles a 56 year old Massachusetts man receives clearance from a South Carolina suspension which provoked his right to operate in Massachusetts.

August 2006 Registry of motor vehicles a 26 year-old Massachusetts man receives clearance from a Arizona suspension for drunk driving arising out of an error in the national driver registry.

August 2006 Registry of motor vehicles a 48 year-old Massachusetts woman receives clearance arising out of a police suspension of her driver's license for immediate threat/medical.

August 2006 Worcester District Court and registry of motor vehicles a 35-year-old North Carolina man receives clearance of a Massachusetts warrant and then reinstatement of his privilege to operate motor vehicles in Massachusetts allowing him to apply for a driver's license in his home state.



July 2006 Charlestown District Court a citation for traffic safety violation default in 2005 is removed and the matter is scheduled for a hearing.

July 2006 Lawrence District Court a citation for no inspection sticker default in January 2006 is removed and the matter is scheduled for a hearing with the clerk magistrate.

July 2006 Concord District Court a criminal application by the Massachusetts State police for operating on a suspended driver's license, operating on an expired registration and operating an uninsured motor vehicle, speeding, no application to issue and the matter is settled at the clerk magistrate level.

July 2006 Framingham District Court a criminal application for operating an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle, no process to issue against the client after clerk magistrate hearing.

July 2006 Lowell District Court a repeat client of the speedingticketdefense.com is cited by the Massachusetts State police for speeding, 85 mph in a 65 mph zone found not responsible at the clerk's hearing. This matter required extensive rescheduling.

July 2006 Charlestown District Court the same client is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts State police, 90 mph in a 65 mph zone found not responsible at the clerk's hearing in one trip to court.

July 2006 registry of motor vehicles a s driver's license uspension for three years for a second chemical refusal is overturned on appeal.



June 2006 Registry of motor vehicles an habitual traffic offender and bricklayer receives a modification of the two habitual traffic offender suspensions to result in the issuance of a part-time license to operate motor vehicles.

June 2006 Registry of motor vehicles a computer technician receives a modification of a 30-day suspension for three speeding tickets as a result he is able to operate during work hours.

June 2006 Registry of motor vehicles and Palm Beach County Florida District Court. A 26 year old receives credit for time served (23 days) four operating on a suspended license three times in Palm Beach County represented by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys (with Florida Counsel). Thereafter, he obtains a right to operate motor vehicles in Massachusetts and full-time privileges in Florida while represented exclusively by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys in the Registry of motor vehicles proceeding.

June 2006 Suffolk County District Court (court deleted intentionally)
a 31 year-old executive receives a not responsible finding for speeding 102 mph in a 55 mph zone.

June 2006 Suffolk County District Court (court deleted intentionally) a 52 year-old executive receives a not responsible finding for speeding 82 in a 55 mph zone).

June 2006 Newburyport District Court a corporate executive receives dismissal of criminal charges as a result of negligent operation of a motor vehicle. He represented himself at the clerk's hearing and the complaint had issued against him.

June 2006 Newburyport District Court a 29 year-old immigrant from India obtains the desired result of no process to issue in a clerk's hearing for operating a motor vehicle negligently.

June 2006 Dorchester District Court a 29 year-old Massachusetts man and Marine veteran has no process issue against him for operating a motor vehicle after drunken-driving as a result of the clerk's hearing.

June 2006 Suffolk County District Court (court name deleted intentionally) a 51 year-old area executive receives a not responsible finding t operating 81 mph in a 55 mph zone by radar by the Massachusetts State police.



New! Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys suppresses the breath test result in a District Court Drunk Driving case, leading to the preclusion of the test results at a later trial. This work resulted from exhaustive research of the computer software for the breath test machine, and a legal battle followed. The work demonstrates that our lawyers can turn around worst case scenarios, and win.

May 2006 Registry of Motor Vehicles- a 38 year old Massachusetts man with an extensive driver history has 2 60 day suspensions run concurrently and a hardship driver license issue immediately.

May 2006 Registry of Motor Vehicles- a 34 year-old construction worker with three habitual traffic offender suspensions receives a hardship driver license after his initial appeal hearing.

May 2006 Wrentham a District Court- 34 year-old Massachusetts man avoids jail at a probation surrender hearing for first offense drunk driving, triggered by an arrest for second offense drunk driving while on probation

May 2006 Brighton District Court- a 52 year-old Massachusetts professional obtains and not responsible on a speeding ticket, 76 in a 45.



April 2006 Concord District Court -a 32-year-old woman from the spell Massachusetts receives a criminal complaint application for disorderly conduct, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and red light violation following a fight with a police officer. At the clerk magistrate hearing, all charges are dismissed.

April 2006 Haverhill District Court -a 42-year-old New Hampshire man is charged with speeding, 87 mph in a 65 found not responsible at clerk's hearing.

April 2006 Registry of Motor Vehicles- a 32-year-old Massachusetts man is denied in his bid to overturn a 60 day driver license suspension for seven surchargeable events; the operator had previously obtained three hardship driver licenses, and on each occasion picked up a subsequent license suspension for moving violations.

April 2006 Roxbury District Court -a 37-year-old Boston man has a drunk driving criminal complaint dismissed on motion of Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

April 2006 Clinton District Court -a 52-year-old Massachusetts may end is charged with reading the scene after causing property damage, driving too fast for road conditions in failure to stay in marked lanes after he swerved off the road in Harvard Massachusetts after Patriots game in during a snowstorm. There is extensive damage caused the local utility pole and winds. At the clerk magistrate hearing, all charges are dismissed.

April 2006 Uxbridge District Court - a 35-year-old Massachusetts man is charged by complaint application for driving to endanger after passing a school bus. The court magistrate hearing is not successful: Charges issue, and representation continues. This case demonstrates the sanctity of school buses in the Commonwealth.

April 2006 Gardner District Court a 20-year-old New York man and area student is charged with racing, operating to endanger, speeding and lane violation. All criminal matters are dismissed on court costs in a responsible finding entries on the civil matters, which will trigger a thirty-day suspension for racing.

April 2006 Waltham District Court a 42-year-old p.m. May and is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts state police, 78 in a 55 and is found not responsible at the clerk hearing.

April 2006 Lowell District Court a 36-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 86 in a 65 mph zone found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

April 2006 Lowell District Court a 27-year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts state police, 87 in a 55 zone, found responsible at the clerk magistrate hearing and not responsible after judge's review.

April 2006 Registry of Motor Vehicles a 36-year-old North Carolina man has his 1 year suspension for New York drunk driving overturned by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

April 2006 South Boston District Court a 47-year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding in the tunnel 68 in a 45 found not responsible at the clerk magistrate hearing.

April 2006 Dorchester District Court a 33-year-old Massachusetts doctor is cited by the Boston police for speeding, 30 mph in a 20 mph zone found not responsible at the court hearing.

April 2006 Pittsfield District Court a 42-year-old Pittsfield man is cited by the Becket Police Department for speeding, found not responsble at the magistrate hearing.

April 2006 Boston Municipal Court, A 48-year-old Marblehead man is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts state police, 60 in a 45 zone found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.



March 2006 Lowell District Court, A 35 Year old Massachusetts man driving an S8 is found not responsible for a citation for traveling 60 mph in a 40.

March 2006 Worcester District Court a 52-year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding, 70 in a 50 mph zone, no driver license in possession, no registration in possession, seatbelt violation and is found not responsible but the speeding citation is reduced to the minimum statutory assessment.

March 2006 Barnstable County Massachusetts a 24-year-old Massachusetts man has two criminal complaints for operating to endanger as a result of erratic driving on a motorcycle, and three speeding citations all 20 mph over the speed limit. He is found not responsible of all civil citations and no process issues against him for the criminal matters.

March 2006 Plymouth District Court a 26-year-old automobile service adviser for a major dealership is charged with 3rd offense operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license, following to close and possession of marijuana. He receives a noncriminal sentence and three months unsupervised probation (the case was repeatedly continued to allow him to reinstate his driving privileges prior to the court disposition).

March 2006 Registry of motor vehicles attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys declines representation for a Cambridge man charged with his 2nd 60 day driver license suspension; not every suspension can be reversed.

March 2006 registry of motor vehicles a 24-year-old Massachusetts businessman receives a civilian generated complaint general for almost running over a pedestrian. It turns out the pedestrian was a registry of motor vehicles employee. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys persuades the registry employee to withdraw the complaint and there is no action taken against the driver license of the client. This case was referred by a major South Shore law firm.

March 2006 the Concord District Court, Woburn District Court & Lawrence District Court a Massachusetts man with an international reputation is found not responsible of speeding infractions in two District Court clerks hearings; one had to be appealed to a judge, and client was found not responsible after trial.

March 2006 Concord District Court a 46-year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the state police on Route 2, 70 in a 45 mph zone found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

March 2006 Attleboro District Court a Massachusetts man is found responsible for speeding, 97 in a 65 mph zone at the clerks hearing, responsible on appeal.

March 2006 Registry of Motor Vehicles a Massachusetts licensed professional receives a police generated complaint general notice to suspend driver license. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys negotiated a resolution of the case which would have resulted in no action taken against the license of the client, which resolution was rejected by the client. The case proceeded to a hearing, and the Registrar thereafter generated a thirty day suspension. There was an appeal to the Superior Court which was denied. That denial was appealed to the Massachusetts appeals court which refused to issue an injunction against the Registry for unlawfully conducting the initial hearing. An appeal before the Board of Appeal is scheduled, representation continues.



February 2006 South Boston District Court a 42-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited in the tunnels for speeding, 71 in a 45 zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

February 2006 Registry of motor vehicles a 38-year-old Massachusetts man with three drunk driving convictions in Virginia Florida and Massachusetts has an eight-year suspension cut by 60 percent with a hardship driver license issuing after litigation through the division of insurance and Court of Appeal.

February 2006. Hampshire District Court from driving charges against an area student are distressed following litigation involving the maintenance on a Breath Test machine.

February 2006 Worcester District Court a 10-year-old paper warrant for unregistered of the uninsured motor vehicle against a California man is dismissed on motion of counsel.

February 2006 Cambridge District Court a 50-year-old Massachusetts businessman with an international reputation has a speeding ticket dismissed on motion of counsel.

February 2006 Boston Municipal Court, charges of speed named, 60 in a 45 mph is on by dismissed against the operator on motion of counsel.

February 2006 Middlesex County Juvenile Court. a 16-year-old has his driver license suspension suppressed to a minimum on motion of counsel, and then obtains a hardship driver license against all odds.



January 2006 Registry of motor vehicles a 35-year-old Massachusetts man with a prior drunk driving conviction receives a suspension for 60 days for seven surchargeable events and receives a hardship driver license five days into the suspension despite having been charged for operating on a suspended license on the first day of the suspension.

January 2006 Registry of motor vehicles a Massachusetts business may end receives notice of a private complaint for improper operation. The matter is set up for an administrative hearing, at which time the matter is dismissed without a drivers' license suspension,

January 2006 Registry of motor vehicles An 82-year-old Massachusetts man receives a drivers' license suspension for complaint medical after the operators struck another vehicle and passed out behind the wheel. The driver license is reinstated following an administrative proceeding.

January 2006 South Boston District Court a 46-year-old Massachusetts businessman is charged with speeding, 73 mph in a 45 mph zone found not responsible at Clerk's hearing.

January 2006 Roxbury District Court a Massachusetts business may end is charged with speeding, 45 in a 30 mph zone by lidar not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

January 2006 Dorchester District Court a 51-year-old Massachusetts businessman is charged with 3rd offense operating a motor vehicle with a revoked inspection sticker found not responsible at the clerk's hearing. The client could have lost his driving privileges for at least 30 days.

January 2006 Brighton District Court. Founder of a Multi-Billion dollar Massachusetts company is found not responsble at Clerk's hearing for speeding violation on Mass turnpike. Client referred by Large Boston Law Firm.



December 2005 Registry of motor vehicles and Ayer District Court a 40-year-old Massachusetts man has his driver's license suspended for immediate threat after he is charged with operating to endanger and speeding at 100+ mph in a 55 zone driving a sports car (Porshe 911). Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is successful at getting the suspension modified within two days to allow for a work license. The criminal matter is pending.

December 2005 Brookline District Court a 25-year-old Massachusetts man is criminally charged with operating an uninsured & unregistered motor vehicle. Both matters are remanded for a clerk's hearing at which time he is found not responsible of speeding and no criminal complaint issues.

December 2005 Taunton District Court a 34-year-old RI man is arrested by the Massachusetts state police for driving on a license suspended for dwi. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys cleared the registry suspension then had the criminal case dismissed by proving that there was a mistake by the national driver registry. The client faced 60 days jail time.

December 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 40-year-old Massachusetts man appeals his second thirty-day suspension for three speeding tickets, and his application for a hardship license is denied. This client's lifetime MA speeding tickets exceeded 22.

December 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 37-year-old New Mexico resident with two Massachusetts drunk driving convictions and one in his home state appeals in eight-year license suspension, which is denied with leave to reappeal in one year.

December 2005 Brookline District Court a 25-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Brookline Police Department for speeding, 90+ in a 45 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

December 2005 Framingham District Court a 51-year-old Massachusetts resident with no motor vehicle history is cited by the Wayland Police Department for speeding, 54 in a 35 zone and represented himself unsuccessfully at the clerk's hearing. On appeal, he is found responsible with an additional $50 assessment...reflecting the fact that it is easier for us to win at the clerks hearing.

December 2005 Lowell District Court a 26-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the state police for speeding, 87 in a 65 found responsible at the clerk's hearing. The case goes on appeal with an affirmative defense.

December 2005 Speedingticketdefense.com mourns the death of a prior client who had his license reinstated by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys, who then flipped his car at excessive speed on his own farm in North Carolina, leaving three children and his wife behind him. Alcohol was a factor in the single vehicle accident. Please Drive Smart and Safe.

December 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 27-year-old Texas professional defaults on three Massachusetts speeding tickets but is successful in reinstating her right to a hearing using Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.



November 2005 Lawrence District Court a 29-year-old businesswoman with a criminal history is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 93 in a 45, failure to properly restrain a child, and criminal operating to endanger as a result. The matter is dismissed.

November 2005 Newburyport District Court a 50-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited criminally for operating to endanger, 89 miles per hour in a 55 and the matter is set up for a clerks hearing at which point in time no process issues and the matter is dismissed.

November 2005 Boston Municipal Court a 50-year-old businessman is cited for speeding, 65 in a 45 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

November 2005 Cambridge District Court a 63-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Cambridge Police Department for failure to stop at a red light, unsafe passing and marked lanes violation as a result of swerving around an active fire. At the clerks hearing he is found not responsible of the two major violations, and responsible of the minor violation.

November 2005 A 29-year-old Maine resident is arrested for negligent operation of a motor vehicle, speeding and marked lanes violation. The MA police clocked the vehicle for several miles at a rate of approximately 100 mph. The matter is continued without finding for 90 days and thereafter will be dismissed.

November 2005 South Boston District Court and Lowell District Court a repeat client of speeding ticket defense is cited for two different speeding tickets each 30 miles over the speed limit and is found not responsible of both violations but is also told by the police that he is recommending the client be set up for a competency road test through the Registry as a result of his beating 9 MA speeding tickets over a three-year period, two in NH and one in ME.

November 2005 North Adams District Court a 42-year-old businessman from New York is charged with speeding and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

November 2005 Registry of motor vehicles/board of appeal/divison of insurance a 39-year-old Massachusetts businessman with a one-year suspension for out-of-state DWI is granted part-time driving privileges on a national driver registry override. Extensive negotiations by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys resulted in this disposition.

November 2005 Boston Municipal Court a 42-year-old Massachusetts businessman is found not responsible of speeding at the clerk's hearing.

November 2005 Attleboro District Court a 38-year-old Massachusetts dentist is found not responsible of speeding, 91 in a 45 mph zone (the charges were dropped prior to the clerk hearing).

November 2005 Attleboro District Court, a Massachusetts man with an extensive driving history is found not responsible of speeding, 95 in a 45 mph zone.




October 2005 Registry of motor vehicles, a 38-year-old Massachusetts businessman has his driver license suspended for 60 days for seven surchargeable events and the suspension is overturned four days into the suspension period. It was not helpful to the defense that there was a prior New York drunk driving conviction.

October 2005 Concord District Court, a 21-year-old who accumulated 11 speeding tickets in a period to be on the brink of habitual traffic offender 4 year license loss beats a speeding ticket issued by the Maynard Police Department upon performance of 10 hours community work service.

October 2005 Framingham District Court, a 41-year-old Massachusetts businessman beats a Massachusetts state police ticket, 87 in a 50 (ramp) at the clerk's hearing.

October 2005 Natick District Court a 16-year-old beats a red light violation at the clerk's hearing. The same defendant beats a speeding ticket in the Dedham District Court. These two offenses would have resulted in a substantial suspension of the juvenile driving privileges.

October 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a Massachusetts businessman defaults on a speeding ticket and has his right to a hearing reinstated by our attorneys.

October 2005 Woburn District Court, a 26-year-old Massachusetts man beats a speeding ticket issued by the Winchester Police Department 35+ in a 20 zone, fail to signal, fail to inspect motor vehicle all not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

October 2005 Orleans District Court, a Cape Cod man beats a criminal complaint application for operating to endanger at the clerk's hearing. at the same time, he had a criminal matter pending in another court, and 2 traffic hearings pending in Massachusetts.

October 2005 Worcester District Court, a 70-year-old New York man beats a speeding ticket issued by the Massachusetts state police 78mph in a 55 in absentia.

October 2005 South Boston District Court a 30-year-old Massachusetts man who stood to lose his driver licensed for speeding, 95+ in a 45 mph zone is found not responsible at the clerks hearing on a technicality. The client is the regional service manager for a major automobile dealership.

October 2005 South Boston District Court a 42-year-old Massachusetts physician is found responsible by a judge for speeding, 65 in a 45 zone. This client had represented himself at the clerks hearing, unsuccessfully.

October 2005 Framingham District Court, a 38 year old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding, 100+ in a 55 zone, unsafe passing and a legal use of fog lights and is found not responsible of the two minor violations and responsible with a reduced assessment of speeding at the clerk's hearing.

October 2005 Attleboro District Court. A 42-year-old Massachusetts physician is found not responsible of speeding, 90+ in a 65 mph zone at the clerks hearing.

October 2005 Registry of Motor Vehicles, Boston. A 35-year-old Massachusetts man with four drunk driving convictions is denied after his first petition to get his driver license reinstated, however he is allowed to reapply in six months.

October 2005 Lawrence District Court a 60-year-old MA man is charged with criminal driving to endanger and the matter is set up for a show-cause hearing at which time no criminal process issued. Driver retraining was used in support of the defendants case.

October 2005 Westfield District Court A 45 -year-old Massachusetts man is charged with speeding by the MA state police, 80+ in a 65 in this found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.



September 2005 South Boston District Court a 52-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited for 67 mph in a 45 zone in this found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

September 2005 Registry of Motor Vehicles a 38-year-old Massachusetts businessman with 4 drunk driving convictions loses his bid to have his drivers license reinstated on the first appeal hearing, but the matter is continued for six months at which point it is anticipated the operator will win early relief from a ten-year suspension.

September 2005 Boston Municipal Court a 56-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited for 72 mph in a 45 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

August 2005 Brighton District Court. A 62-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by radar 41 in a 15 mph Fast Lane zone found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

August 2005 Attleboro District Court a 42-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by radar 91 mph in a 65 mph zone, found not responsible at Clerk's hearing.

August 2005 Framingham District Court a 38-year-old Massachusetts man is found not responsible after a judge's appeal, 81 in a 65 zone.

August 2005 Registry of Motor Vehicles. Drivers license appeal. An 18-year-old Massachusetts man with 52 moving violations receives a six-month reapplication window on motion of Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

August 2005 Lawrence District Court a 52 year-old Massachusetts man is found not responsible of failure to stop at the magistrate hearing.

July 2005 Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles a 52-year-old corporate president and Chief Executive Officer sustains a 2nd suspension for seven surchargeable events. On appeal, this suspension is modified by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys to allow for operation between 7 AM - 7 PM.

July 2005 Natick District Court a 52-year-old repeat client of speeding ticket defense and a corporate public relations agent is cited by the Natick Police Department for speeding, 67 miles per hour in a 40 mph zone found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

July 2005 Brookline District Court a 67-year-old MA professional is cited by the Brookline Police Department for speeding, found not responsible at the clerks hearing. He had previously twice defaulted at the hearing. This was his third speeding ticket beat by attorneys for speeding ticket defense.com.

July 2005 Boston Municipal Court and Worcester District Court. A 35-year-old Boston man beats two speeding tickets with attorneys for speeding ticket defense.com in the above courts.

July 2005 Lowell District Court a 57-year-old Massachusetts woman is cited by the MA state police for speeding, 95+ in a 65 mph zone found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

July 2005 Greenfield District Court a 20-year-old college student is cited for speeding by the Sunderland Police Department 62 mph in a 45 mph zone found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

July 2005 Dudley District Court & Greenfield District Court a 40-year-old MA professional man beats one speeding ticket in one court but is found responsible in another court and that matter goes on appeal for judges review of a statutory defense, rejected by the clerk in one court but accepted by the clerk of another court.

July 2005 Hingham District Court a 51-year-old Massachusetts man is arrested for drunk driving after refusing the breath test. At the pretrial conference, he had pre-enrolled in a driver retraining program and the case was continued without a finding and the court adopted a motion for concurrent license loss so that the defendant actually never sustained a suspension of his right to operate motor vehicles for more than 3 days.

June 2005 Registry of Motor Vehicles. a 48-year-old Northshore man sustains an indefinite driver license suspension for throwing debris at another vehicle. At an RMV hearing, without representation, the operator admitted being on the road at the time of the alleged act. Thereafter, Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys reduced the suspension to 30 days.

June 2005 Wareham District Court a 29-year-old MA woman and single parent is found not guilty following a jury-waived drunk driving trial, 2nd offense which involved a motor vehicle accident. She is convicted, however, of operating to endanger, a lesser included offense. No probation; sixty day license loss only versus 2 years if convicted of the drunk driving charge.

June 2005 Roxbury District Court. a 42-year-old Massachusetts man is charged with failure to stop at a red light found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

June 2005 Somerville District Court. A 56-year-old former television consultant is found not responsible of speeding after being cited by the MA state police at 87 in a 55 mile zone.



May 2005 Waltham District Court a 32-year-old computer engineer is cited by the MA state police for speeding, 82 in a 65 miles per hour zone found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

May 2005 Somerville District Court a 29-year-old law school student receives a criminal complaint application for unregistered motor vehicle, uninsured motor vehicle and attaching plates. The matter was set up for a clerk's hearing. After hearing, no probable cause is found and the matter is dismissed without further action.

May 2005 Dedham District Court A 46-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 80 in a 55 work zone $500 but the operator is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

May 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 29-year-old MA automobile technician who already had a part-time driver license for 2 dwi's is denied in his appeal to lift the restriction on his license arguing that Com v. Cahill, 442 Mass. 127, 810 NE 2nd 1196, applied. The Board of Appeal ruled his conviction was outside the ten-year period and denied further relief.

May 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 55-year-old Vietnam veteran twice convicted of narcotics distribution crimes resulting in license suspension receives part-time driving privileges upon presentation by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys of his recovery and his service to the United States during wartime.

May 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 34-year-old lawyer who missed two motor vehicle citation hearings for over six months has her suspension and default removed upon petition by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

May 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 29-year-old real estate salesperson has a 60 day driver license suspension overturned by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

May 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 94-year-old Florida man sustains an immediate threat driver license suspension as a result of nearly striking eight bicyclists on Martha's Vineyard. He appeals the suspension, and is denied.

May 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 42-year-old Massachusetts business executive has a 60 day suspension modified by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys several days into the suspension to allow for part-time driving privileges during the 60 days.

May 2005 Worcester Superior Court A 51 year old Massachusetts person is indicted for OUI - 5th in Massachusetts and operating on a suspended driver license. It was the second indictment in fifteen years. The individual had numerous convictions for drug driving out-of-state and over 100 separate incidents on the Massachusetts motor vehicle history. Notwithstanding the severity of the record, Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys plea bargained the case to house of correction time, avoiding a state prison sentence. Initial media attention to the case was intense.



April 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 48-year-old North Shore real estate executive has his 30 day suspension for three speeding tickets overturned six days into the suspension.

April 2005 East Boston District Court a 40-year-old South Shore man is cited by the MA state police for speeding through the fast lane 32 mph in a 15 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing

April 2005 South Boston District Court a 50-year-old Massachusetts man is cited by the state police in the Ted Williams Tunnel, 64 in a 45 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

April 2005 Southern Berkshire District Court a 49-year-old Maryland truck driver is cited by the MA state police for operating to endanger, careless operation and unauthorized use of a crossover lane. No process issued on all criminal charges at the clerks hearing.

April 2005 Natick District Court A Massachusetts businessman who started a national retail chain is cited by the MA state police, 86 mph in a 55 zone found not responsible at the clerks hearing; client was driving an Audi RS6 and this was his third ticket found not responsible using speeding ticket defense.com attorneys. A national law firm referred client.

April 2005 Cambridge District Court a 32-year-old New Hampshire man is charged with drunk driving, operating to endanger, failure to stop for police, speeding 80+, failure to stay within marked lanes. All charges but the drunk driving were dismissed after an eloquent plea by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

April 2005 Salem District Court a 50-year-old New York man is found not responsible of speeding at the clerks hearing. The citation was issued by local police.

April 2005 Dedham District Court a 30-year-old high school principal is cited by the Wellesley Police Department for operating on a suspended driver license, NDR. The client failed to file for a clerk's hearing and a summons issued. At arrraignment, all charges were dismissed on payment of court costs prior to arraignment so as to protect the client criminal record.

April 2005 Woburn District Court A 32-year-old software engineer has his entire criminal complaint application for driving to endanger (80mph in a 30 zone) thrown out at arraignment on $100 court costs.

April 2005 Newburyport District Court a 31-year-old Northshore man with 5 accidents and a prior drunk driving sentence now receives no criminal sentence or driver license suspension on an operating to endanger charge which involved a subsequent accident totaling two motor vehicles. The client will have to perform community work service and attend a driver re-education class.

April 2005 Westfield District Court a 39-year-old computer executives is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 89 in a 55 but a negotiated not responsible finding will enter at the second clerk's hearing.

April 2005, Court of Appeals for the District Court. a 41-year-old Westborough man loses his three-judge appeal, arguing that when the police made a deal to dismiss the ticket, and then would not adhere to the deal, that a finding of not responsible should have entered. (This actually happened in a Suffolk County courthouse). The reason the police reneged on the deal was that the client had another pending school-bus violation at the time of the instant trial.

April 2005 Registry Motor Vehicles- a 50-year-old Carlisle man is about to sustain a 60 day suspension for seven surchargeable events, but the decision of the registrar is overturned prior to the suspension as a result of the negotiations by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

April 2005 Brighton District Court a 27-year-old Newton man is cited by the MA state police fo speeding in the Fast Lane 43 miles per hour in a 15 zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

April 2005 Brighton District Court a 34-year-old Californian man has a negotiated end of drunk driving criminal charges via pretrial probation. No driver license suspension as a result of this disposition.

April 2005 Registry of Motor Vehicles- Boston an 18-year-old Massachusetts man has his driver license suspended for 180 days for JOL Multi Speed overturned by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys

April 2005 Worcester District Court was a 50-year-old New York man is found not responsible of speeding, 87 in a 65 at Clerk's hearing

April 2005 Concord District Court A Massachusetts professional is found not responsible for speeding, 78 miles per hour in a 45 zone at the clerk's hearing.

April 2005 Registry of Motor Vehicles- Boston, a 50-year-old Massachusetts man has a one year suspension for a New Hampshire DWI overturned by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys on appeal

April 2005 Registry of motor vehicles A 34-year-old Massachusetts man has hardship driving privileges granted as a result of a two-year suspension for D.W. I. in Vermont and New York.

April 2005 Wareham District Court. a 34-year-old Massachusetts professional manner as a complaint before unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, no insurance, appealed by the state police after he represented himself. At the appeal hearing, while represented by counsel, the complaint application is withdrawn by the police and the matter is settled without further criminal action.

April 2005 Lynn District Court a 42-year-old Massachusetts man is found not responsible of speeding, failure to stop, fail to signal and seat belt violation at the clerk's hearing.



March 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 24-year-old Boston man with a driver license suspended for habitual traffic offender has his driver license reinstated at hearing remanded from the appeals board with Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys as counsel.

March 2005 Registry of motor vehicles a 48-year-old Western Massachusetts man has his driver license reinstated for second offense drunk driving after a walk-in hearing with Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys. This man had been ripped off by a group advertising on WEEI radio, who took his money and performed no services.

March 2005 Registry of motor vehicles in 18-year-old Massachusetts man has his driver license suspended for multispeed JOL, but has his driver license reinstated by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys on appeal.

March 2005 Boston Municipal Court a 56-year-old Pennsylvania man is cited by the MA state police for speeding in the Ted Williams, 62 in a 45 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

March 2005 Boston Municipal Court a 46 -year-old Massachusetts man is found responsible by the clerk for speeding, 78 in a 45, and is then found not responsible by a judge.

March 2005 Worcester District Court a 34-year-old Western Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the Worcester Police Department, 46 in a 30, no registration or driver license in a seat belt violation. He is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

March 2005 Dedham District Court a 35-year-old nurse is charged with negligent operation of a motorcycle, 130 mph in a 45 zone, speeding, failure to stop for a police officer. The entire matter is dismissed at the pretrial conference.

March 2005 Concord District Court a 59-year-old Massachusetts attorney is found not responsible of speeding, 78 in a 45 at the clerks hearing.



February 2005
Boston Municipal Court a 47-year-old Pennsylvania man is cited for speeding, 62mph in a 45 zone heading towards Logan airport and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing. The insurance ramifications were part of the case in chief.

February 2005 Registry of Motor Vehicles a 39 -year-old Massachusetts man with two drunk driving convictions has his driver license suspension overturned by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys, who proved there was an error in the criminal record.

February 2005 Hingham District Court Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is found not responsible of operating a motor vehicle with an expired inspection sticker, and covering a plate, while represented by Council. The vehicle was operated by a third party at the time.

February 2005 Dedham District Court a 34-year-old repeat client is found responsible of speeding on Route 128 North while represented by counsel. At the appeal, he is found not responsible by the judge.

February 2005 Dedham District Court a 42-year-old repeat client is found not responsible at the clerks hearing of failure to stop at a stop sign.

February 2005 South Boston District Court a 52-year-old businessman is found not responsible of speeding in the Ted Williams Tunnel, 64 mph in a 35 zone.

February 2005 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 76-year-old North Shore man with five drunk driving convictions within ten years is denied his right to a part-time license, and an appeal is pending in Superior Court.

February 2005 Dudley District Court a 38-year-old California man defaulted on one criminal cases in 1994 and moved to California. The default is removed without the client appearing in the District Court, the matter is dismissed on payment of court costs, thereby allowing the operator to apply for his California driver license.

February 2005 Waltham District Court a 39-year-old Massachusetts man with no prior driving history is cited by the MA state police for speeding, 72 in a 55 mph zone on Rt. 128 South. He is found responsible at the Clerk's hearing, and then responsible by the judge on appeal, one of the few absolute failures of the year by speeding ticket defense attorney's.

February 2005 Leominster District Court a 31-year-old Massachusetts divorcee return to be arrested for operating on a revoked registration. Our lawyers used her 1998 divorce judgment to get the charges dismissed.

February 2005 Boston Municipal Court a 29-year-old Harvard University graduate school student is cited for operating to endanger. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys applied early for a clerk magistrate hearing; at the hearing represented by co-counsel no probable cause was found and only costs were assessed. Had a complaint issued, the student would have been temporarily expelled.



January 2005 Ayer District Court. A 38-year-old professional woman has a drunk driving charge dismissed on motion of counsel and the driver license is immediately thereafter reinstated at a registry of motor vehicles hearing.

January 2005 Ayer District Court, A 42-year-old self-employed woman is found responsible by the clerk magistrate representing herself; thereafter, at a hearing well represented by our lawyers she is found not responsible.

January 2005 Newburyport District Court. A 26-year-old repeat offender is cited on Route 95 for 85 in a 65 zone, seat belt violation. Because of his extensive driver history, this matter went to trial on calibration specifics. As a result of a technicality, the case was dismissed by a judge.

January 2005 Newburyport District Court. The same client is cited 88 in a 65 on Route 95 and the case is dismissed on another technicality having to do with the MUTCD.

January 2005 Registry of Motor Vehicles, Boston, Masaachusetts. Three similarly situated driver license appeals, third offense DWI, go on appeal after several hearings before the Board of Appeal.



December 2004 Registry of Motor Vehicles, Boston, MA. A Massachusetts person with nine MA drunk driving convictions and several in other jurisdictions is represented by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys. A hardship driver license was obtained through the hearings officers, but auditors pulled the decision several months later. An appeal is pending. Representation continues.

December 2004 Greenfield District Court a 50 -year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the Gill Police Department, 68 in a 50 plus two seat belt violations and is found not responsible.

December 2004 Clinton District Court a 38-year-old Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the Berlin Police Department, 51 in a 35 and is found not responsible.

December 2004 Springfield District Court a 51-year-old businessman is cited for speeding by the MA state police on the Pike and is found not responsible after trial.

December 2004 Concord District Court in Massachusetts man is cited for speeding by the MA state police, following to close, state highway violation, not responsible at the clerks hearing.

December 2004 Leominster District Court a 35-year-old MA laborer is cited for speeding by the state police, 70+ in a 55 miles per hour zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

December 2004 Dudley and Worcester District Court a New York businesswoman receives separate speeding tickets within one week by the MA state police and is found not responsible in both courts on both tickets.

December 2004 South Boston District Court. A 31-year-old man is found not responsible of speeding in the Rt. 90 EB connector, 62 in a 45 zone, not responsible.

December 2004 South Boston District Court a 50 year old Massachusetts professional is cited for speeding by the MA state police, 64 in a 45 and is found not responsible after trial.

December 2004 Orleans District Court a 49-year-old Massachusetts business owner is cited by the Orleans PD for speeding, found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

December 2004 South Boston District Court a 52-year-old Massachusetts doctor is cited for 68 in a 45 in the tunnel and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.



November 2004 South Boston District Court a 51-year-old prominent Massachusetts lawyer, and partner of a major law firm, is found not responsible for speeding in the tunnel, 65 in a 45.

November 2004 Woburn District Court A 37 -year-old computer professional is cited for lane violation by the Wilmington Police Department, and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing. This citation would have triggered a 4 year habitual traffic offender suspension.

November 2004 Greenfield District Court a 42-year-old New York man is cited on two tickets for speeding, one 81 in a 65 and failure to stay in the right lane; when he pulled away in his 911 he was immediately cited for failure to stay in the right lane, again. He is found not responsible of all charges at the clerks hearing.

November 2004 Waltham District Court a 33-year-old repeat client of speeding ticket defense is charged once again with operating on a suspended license, the mandatory 60 day sentence is negotiated out, and his probation surrender which could have also sent him to jail is withdrawn on payment of court costs.

November 2004 Dorchester District Court A 40-year-old Boston businessman is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 75 in a 55, lane violation, and fail to keep right. At a clerks hearing based upon a technicality the matter is dismissed.

November 2004 Quincy District Court a 33-year-old Pentagon employee with a high level security clearance is criminally applied for by the Weymouth Police Department with operating an uninsured motor vehicle, and operating a motor vehicle after registration had been revoked. These offenses would have caused a job loss, and media frenzy, but the entire matter is dismissed at a clerks hearing.

November 2004 Registry of motor vehicles a 30-year-old professional sustains a 60 day driver license suspension which is overturned by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys on appeal.

November 2004 Brighton District Court a 36-year-old employee of a Fortune 500 company is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 82 in a 55 and we lost the clerks hearing. On appeal, she is found not responsible by the judge based upon a technicality.



October 2004 Dudley District Court a 55-year-old Connecticut businessman is arrested for operating a motor vehicle while his license was suspended, and state highway violation. The case is remanded for a clerk hearing whereupon the matter is dismissed and the client's presence was waived.

October 2004 registry of motor vehicles a 38-year-old Massachusetts man sustains an indefinite driver license suspension as a result of a North Carolina conviction for first offense drunk driving. After protracted negotiations, the right to operate is partially restored overriding the national driver registry.

October 2004 Springfield District Court a 35-year-old Massachusetts businessman is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 80 miles per hour in a 55, and it is found not responsible at the clerks hearing based upon a technicality.

October 2004 Fall River District Court A 42-year-old businessman, whose private jet landed at the Fall River municipal airport, thereafter rented a car, is cited for speeding 47 in a 30 zone found not responsible at the clerks hearing.



September 2004 Registry of Motor Vehicles a 38-year-old Boston cab driver receives a license suspension as a result of 7 surchargeable events, and gets his driver's license reinstated following an appeal.

September 2004 East Boston District Court A 36-year-old Boston cab driver is found not responsible of speeding by a judge in airport tunnels, after being found responsible at the clerk's hearing.

September 2004 Registry of Motor Vehicles a 42-year-old Massachusetts man and upstart politician sustains an indefinite license suspension as a result of alleged road rage incident, subsequent to announcing his political campaign. Several previous lawyers were not able to help. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys quickly reinstated the driver license upon negotiation with authorities.

September, 2004 Worcester District Court A 42-year-old Newton man and magazine publisher is cited for speeding on the Mass Pike, 87 in a 65, and illegal passing. He defaulted on the ticket and our lawyers reinstated his hearing right. He is found not responsible.

September 2004 Somerville District Court A 31 year old Malden man is cited by the Medford Police for speeding, 37 in a 25, and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

September 2004 Boston Municipal Court A 42 year old South Boston man is cited for failure to obey red light at the corner of Lafayette & Washington Street in Boston and is not responsible after the clerk's hearing.

September 2004 Framingham District Court A 42-year-old international securities dealer is found responsible after the clerks hearing of speeding, 84 in a 65, and appeals before a single justice where he is found not responsible after a protracted trial. There were four court dates.


August 2004 Nashua, New Hampshire, District Court A 40-year-old Japanese man is cited for speeding, 84 mph in a 65 zone, and is found not responsible by agreement when the New Hampshire state police withdrew the ticket without prejudice.

August 2004 registry of motor vehicles a 58-year-old of Massachusetts scientist receives a suspension notice from the Registry as result of defaulting on three moving violations, all of which are reinstated by our lawyers.

August 2004 Lowell District Court A 28-year-old Billerica man is charged with drunk driving and the case is administratively processed so the driver license is reinstated within four days of court. The defendant will, in exchange for no criminal record, attend a driver retraining course. The client avoided the expense of a jury trial. He consulted with other lawyers advertising over the Internet and none of them advised of the above option.

August 2004 Cambridge District Court. A 32-year-old Boston man is cited for failure to stop for an emergency vehicle and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

August 2004 Concord District Court A 17-year-old New Hampshire man is arrested for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and the case is dismissed on motion by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

August 2004 Brookline District Court in a 48-year-old television personality is arrested for operating a motor vehicle without insurance, revoked registration, inspection sticker and the case is dismissed on motion. The matter will be followed for a application to seal the criminal record.

August 2004 registry of motor vehicles a 67-year-old Cambridge man who sustained an indefinite suspension of his right to operate motor vehicles as a result of passing out behind the wheel and causing a 10 car collision on Memorial Drive. The Registrar complained that the operator was medically unqualified to operate a motor vehicle, but lawyers and physicians for the client quickly reinstated the right to operate on appeal.

August 2004 Woburn District Court a 52-year-old Randolph man is charged with speeding, unsafe name change, fail to signal and seat belt violation of and is an add-on to responsible after trial of speeding, but not responsible on the other infractions.

August 2004 Concord District Court A 22-year-old student is charged with operating to endanger; the complaint is continued without a finding; the operator was ordered to take a driver retraining class, whereupon the matter will be dismissed, and the driver license was preserved. The client avoided a charge being taken out of for operating under the influence of drugs.

August 2004 South Boston District Court a 38-year-old Rhode Island man is charged with speeding in the Ted Williams, 97 mph, and two state highway regulatory violations. He is found not responsible at the magistrate hearing, but the state police appealed to a single justice. At trial, the operator was initially found responsible; at a motion to reconsider the operator was found not responsible of speeding, not responsible of one highway regulatory violation, and responsible for another highway regulatory violation.



July 2004 Cambridge District Court a 24-year-old computer engineer with an operating to endanger complaint emanating out of a pile up on Rt. 2, fails to seek a hearing pro se within the statutory timeframe. Then Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys and his investigator impeach the state police accident report so the case is continued without a finding, saving the drivers license and allowing the client to naturalize.

July 2004 Waltham District Court A young businessmen and another co-defendant aspiring medical student are issued criminal complaints for racing, driving to endanger, speeding 115+mph and lanes violation. The hearing right is preserved by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys and utilizing forensic experts including polygraph the state police agreed not to pursue criminal charges at the clerks hearing and the criminal matter is dismissed. An immediate threat license suspension was handled at the registry of motor vehicles.

July 2004 registry of motor vehicles. A 36-year-old Massachusetts man sustains a one year driver license suspension as a result of a New Hampshire drunk driving conviction. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys quickly transferred jurisdiction, and the driver license was reinstated 45 days into the one year suspension.

July 2004 Lawrence District Court. A 48-year-old computer engineer is cited by the Massachusetts state police troop 81 for speeding, 81 mph in a 55 opera or his own end is found not responsible at trial.

July 2004 New Hampshire, Hookset District Court. A Massachusetts man is cited for speeding, 84 mph in a 55 mph zone by radar. The operator is found not responsible.

July 2004 Boston Municipal Court a 29-year-old Massachusetts man is criminally applied for operating on a suspended driver license and failure to stop for a red light. After negotiations with Massachusetts state police, the complaint application is withdrawn.

July 2004 DedhamDistrict Court A 35-year-old Massachusetts man is criminally applied for operating to endanger, unsafe lane change & following to close. After negotiations, the complaint application is withdrawn and there is no further criminal litigation.

July 2004 Attleboro District Court a 51-year-old Boston businessman is cited for speeding, 82 mph in a 65 zone and unsafe lane change and is found not responsible on a technicality.

July 2004 Brighton District Court a 31-year-old Massachusetts executive is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts state police for 32 mph in a 15 mph zone through the Fast Lane and is found not responsible; a technical argument was used.

July 2004 Dedham District Court a 32-year-old Connecticut businessman learns via arrest of a warrant from 1997 for operating on a license suspended in Texas; after the warrant recall hearing the case is dismissed, allowing the client to move to California to obtain a driver license in that jurisdiction as a result of his new employment.

July 2004 Framingham District Court a 41-year-old international businessman is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts state police, 84 mph in a 65 mile per hour zone and is found responsible at the clerks hearing. As a result of two separate appeals, the client has been found not responsible by Judge.

July 2004 East Boston District Court a 42-year-old businessman who sits on boards throughout the United States is decided by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 41 mph in a Logan airport 25 mph zone and found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

July 2004 Roxbury District Court A 28-year-old Massachusetts housewife is cited for failure to stop, speeding 42 mph in a 30 mph zone by the Boston police found not responsible at the clerks hearing based upon a technicality.

July 2004 Dedham District Court. A 28-year-old Boston man is found responsible for speeding on Route 9, 70 in a 50 zone by lidar. The case is on appeal.


Speeding Ticket, Drivers License Matters

June 2004
Boston Municipal Court a 26-year-old transportation scheduler (for Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys) is cited by the Boston police for improper passing and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing using our consultation for her presentation.

June 2004 Clinton District Court, a 42-year-old New Jersey man is cited for speeding and failure to keep in the right hand lane by the Massachusetts state police, 75+ in a 55 zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

June 2004 Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles , a 42-year-old unemployed man with 4 drunk driving convictions and a ten-year license suspension receives a hardship license after a presentation by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

June 2004 Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles, a 32-year-old Falmouth man with two drunk driving convictions loses his appeal for a hardship license, by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys and his superior court appeal is dismissed.

June 2004 Concord District Court, a 48-year-old computer engineer is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts State Police, 86 mph in a 55 zone, NOT responsible at trial.

June 2004 South Boston District Court a 39-year-old Newton man is found not responsible at the clerks hearing of speeding, 68 in a 45 zone.

June 2004 Somerville District Court, a 28-year-old Malden man is cited for speeding, 100+ in a 55, racing, marked lanes violation clocked for two miles all lanes and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing EXCEPT speeding. The racing aspect of the citation would have resulted in a thirty-day license suspension. Trooper wrote on the citation "all lanes 10+ changes to set up a race and ran two vehicles into the breakdown lane."

June 2004 Dedham District Court, a 26-year-old man is cited for speeding, 80+ in a 55 mph zone found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

June 2004 Plymouth District Court, a 17-year-old is cited for speeding by the Brockton Police Department, 78 mph in a 30 mph zone, radar, found not responsible at the clerk's hearing on a technicality.



May 2004
Hingham District Court A 33 year old lawyer driving his Audi S8 was found not responsible for speeding 75 mph in a 60mph zone. Massachusets State police appealed. On police appeal, client was Again Found Not responsible after trial using local counsel.

May 2004 Westborough District Court A 30-year-old Illinois man is criminally charged by Massachusetts state police for negligent operation, speeding 100 mph in a 65 zone and weaving. After extensive negotiations, the complaint application is withdrawn without the man returning to Massachusetts for the hearing.

May 2004 A 48-year-old Hawaii man receives a notice of suspension of his Hawaii drivers' license as the result of default in a criminal proceeding in the Somerville District Court, failure to pay excise taxes and parking tickets in Massachusetts. All matters are withdrawn without the client returning to Massachusetts and the right to operate is fully reinstated.

May 2004 South Boston District Court. The 50-year-old sister of Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding in the Ted Williams tunnel 68 in a 45 zone found not responsible at the clerks hearing. Her record of not responsible findings over seven years was brought up... to no avail.

May 2004 South Boston District Court. A 42-year-old Newton real estate executive is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding in the Ted Williams Tunnel, 66 mph in a 45 mph zone found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

May 2004 South Boston District Court A 42-year-old repeat client of speeding ticket defense is cited for speeding in the Ted Williams, 92 mph in a 45 mile zone found not responsible (on a technicality) at the clerks hearing. However, the state police appealed and the matter will go before a Judge.

May 2004 Newton District Court, a repeat client of speeding ticket defense is found responsible at the clerks hearing using our lawyers and appeals to a single justice who finds the client not responsible of speeding on the Pike, 88mph in a 55mph zone, based on a technicality.

May 2004 Boston Municipal Court A 40-year-old Michigan man, and repeat client, is cited by the Massachusetts state police in the Route 90 Tunnel for 60 mph in a 45 by radar and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

May 2004 Stoughton District Court A 52-year-old corporate executive is cited by the Massachusetts state police by radar for 80 mph in a 65 zone, and weaving, not responsible of this violation at clerks hearing.

May 2004 Westfield District Court and Falmouth District Court. A Massachusetts household name is cited by the state police on two occasions for speeding and is found not responsible in both courts on both matters after protracted negotiations.



April 2004 Greenfield District Court. A 42 year old homemaker from Queens NY is arrested by the Massachusetts State Police for driving on an expired NY license, speeding 71 in a 55 and released on bail. Her appearance was then waived by counsel and the criminal case was dismissed after extensive negotiations.

April 2004 Waltham District Court. A 39 year old cigarette vendor and repeat client is found responsible of speeding 48mph at the magistrate hearing. A new lawyer is brought in for the appeal, and the client is found not responsible.

April 2004 Clinton District Court a 48 year old Taunton man with two prior speeding convictions in Connecticut is found not responsible at the clerks hearing of speeding, 71 in a 55. The CT speeds go towards MA license supsension. Lawyers for speeding ticket defense had earlier defaulted on the case due to active military duty. No license loss.

April 2004 Worcester District Court A 39 year old Spencer man is cited by the State Police for 96 in a 65, Fail to Signal and fail to keep right and is found not responsible of all charges at the clerks hearing.

April 2004 Lawrence District Court. A 29-year-old computer programmer is cited by the Massachusetts state police for an 82 mph in a 55 mph zone and is found responsible by a clerk then not responsible on appeal by a judge at trial based on a technicality.

April 2004 Worcester District Court a 39 year old interstate truck driver from Iowa working for a major corporation is cited by the Massachusetts state police for operating a truck in a prohibited lane, second offense, and he stood up to lose his CDL license as a result. The case was withdrawn without the client appearing in court and he was found not responsible.

April 2004 Dudley District Court A 49 year old electrical engineer and CEO is cited by the State Police by lidar 80+mph in a 65 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

April 2004 Brighton District Court. A 52 year old real estate executive of a major development company is cited by the State Police in the FAST LANE 25+mph in a 15 zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

April 2004 Dedham District Court A 56 year old mortgage broker is cited by the Wellesley Police for speeding by radar 45 mph in a 30 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

April 2004 Registry of Motor Vehicles A 24-year-old music promoter is suspended indefinitely by the RMV after bribing a registry official (who ratted him out to the State Police) to reinstate driving privileges following a drunk driving conviction. The suspension for similarly situated defendants was four years but Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys reduced the suspension to 60 days after an appeal.

April 2004 Peabody District Court. a 56-year-old corporate president and repeat client of speeding ticket defense is cited by the Massachusetts state police for 80+ mph in a 55 mile per hour zone on Route 128 during rush hour and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

April 2004 Gloucester District Court A 34 year old travel agent is represented by a so-called OUI specialist, and is recommended to plead to jail for a 2nd offense DWI plus 2 year license loss. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys took the appeal, the other lawyer was fired, and Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys reduced the case to 1st offense and got the client license reinstated.



March 2004 Brookline District Court. A 32 year old lawyer in his Audi S8 is cited for traveling 51mph in a 30mph zone by Brookline police. He is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

March 2004
Registry of Motor Vehicles, medical affairs branch. A 40-year-old housewife receives a second suspension loss of consciousness as a result of passing out behind the wheel while consuming the narcotic Oxycontin. After a medical review, the suspension is vacated and the right to operate is reinstated.

March 2004 Boston Municipal Court A 28-year-old cabdriver is cited for speeding in downtown Boston, 47 in a 30 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

March 2004 Registry of Motor Vehicles a 40-year-old North Shore man has two habitual traffic offender suspensions, one drug offense, and three convictions for driving on a suspended license and is suspended for four years. After a tribunal hearing, Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys obtained a part-time license within 90 days of the habitual traffic offender suspension.

March 2004 in Framingham District Court a 28-year-old computer professional is charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, third offense, registration not in possession, and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. He faced jail time of not less than 10 days. At a hearing, the case was dismissed.

March 2004 a 30-year-old Boston woman is charged with uninsured operation of a motor vehicle, and operating a motor vehicle after revocation of her registration. The client missed the clerk's hearing, and a criminal complaint was generated. At a hearing before the judge, a matter was remanded for a hearing. At the remand hearing, the client defaulted, but counsel was still able to get the entire case dismissed.



February 2004 Hingham District Court A 40-year-old South Shore man receives a series of motor vehicle violations on four tickets with a total of 16 offenses which would have constituted habitual traffic offender and a four-year license loss when he supposedly fled from a off-duty police officer who mailed 4 tickets to his house. At the clerks hearing, client was found not responsible of twelve violations, and admitted responsible to four; no license loss.

February 2004 Hingham District Court, A 32 year old lawyer driving his 2002 Audi S8 is cited for speeding by Massachusetts State Police for traveling 75 mph in a 60 mph zone on Route 3. He is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing on a technicality. However state police have appealed.

February 2004
Boston Municipal Court. A 29-year-old Lexington man is cited for speeding by the MA state police, 71 in a 45 Zone Liberty Tunnel and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

February 2004 Quincy District Court A 43-year-old Weymouth woman is cited by the Weymouth Police Department for speeding, 49 in a 30 and is found not responsible at trial before a Judge.

February 2004 Waltham District Court A 28-year-old real estate agent is cited for leaving the scene after causing property damage, 3rd offense. The client faced a year in jail. After a probable cause trial, no probable cause was found and the case was dismissed. No license loss, no jail time.

February 2004 Newton District Court 70-year-old former bank employee is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts state police, 76 mph in a 55 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

February 2004 Registry of Motor Vehicles, A 78-year-old with five prior drunk driving convictions resulting in a lifetime license suspension has his right to operate partially restored after the third hearing represented by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

February 2004 Wrentham District Court 52-year-old Dorchester woman is cited and criminally applied for by the Walpole police for unregistered uninsured and is found not responsible and no criminal complaint issued when the ticket was dismissed on motion of attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys after proving that a registry of motor vehicles error resulted in a computer showing wrongful cancellation of her insurance policy.

February 2004 Brighton District Court A 51-year-old Marlboro man is cited for speeding by the Massachusetts state police, 86 mph in a 55 zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

February 2004 Brighton District Court a 41-year-old Watertown man is cited by the state police for speeding through the Fast Lane, 42 mph in a 15 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing on a technicality.

February 2004 Orleans District Court a 52-year-old Cambridge man is cited for failure to stop for a police vehicle and for a school bus and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

February 2004 Dedham District Court A 49-year-old Belmont man is cited for speeding by Wellesley police, 71 mph in a 50 mph zone on Route 9 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.



January 2004 Worcester District Court A 49-year-old Massachusetts woman is cited by the state police using lidar for 84 mph in a 65 mph zone & failure to use care in stopping when she slammed on the brakes almost causing a collision with the patrol car. She is found not responsible at the clerks hearing of all charges.

January 2004 Clinton District Court a 45-year-old MA and is cited for speeding by the Sterling Police Department, 51 mph in a 30 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

January 2004 Westborough District Court. A 32-year-old Massachusetts woman is cited by state police for speeding, 84 mph in a 65 zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

January 2004 Woburn District Court a 48-year-old government and corporate lawyer is cited for speeding, 80+ in a 65 zone and state highway violation; he is found not responsible of both charges at the clerk's hearing.

January 2004 Greenfield District Court A 51 year old South Chelmsford man and is cited for speeding by the Charlemont Police Department 48 mph in a 30 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

January 2004 Massachusetts Registry of motor vehicles and Newburyport District Court. A 17-year-old Winthrop lad on his first day of his driver license is cited by local police for speeding, 100 mph, in his father's car; the registry immediately suspended him for improper operation. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys negotiated the suspension down to 30 days. The state prosecuted for negligent operation. The defense was not successful at the clerk's hearing, but the case was dismissed on motion of counsel; stipulating to a brief for further license loss helped in exchange for dismissal preserving the client criminal record allowing him to enroll in college.

January 2004 Registry of Motor Vehicles a 42-year-old man receives a Massachusetts suspension for 60 days as a result of an accident in Las Vegas. Las Vegas officials deemed client responsible for a sign violation only after trial and as a result Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys was able to overturn the suspension in Massachusetts.

January 2004 Massachusetts Registry of motor vehicles. A 38-year-old Quincy man receives a notice of 60 day suspension which is overturned by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys at a hearing; this case was referred by a major Boston corporate law firm.

January 2004 Boston Municipal Court a 40-year-old repeat client for speeding ticketdefense is cited for speeding 100mph, crossing solid lines in Sumner Tunnel, unsafe lane change/violations following a major accident which shut down the tunnel westbound at the 93N ramp in Boston; all parties were ambulanced to the hospital. A motion to dismiss was allowed in part: not responsible of all charges but speeding, allowing the client to escape without a driver license suspension.

January 2004 Boston Municipal Court a 64-year-old who Boston man and corporate real estate executive is cited for 72 mph by radar in a 40 mph zone by the MA state police, and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

January 2004 Peobody District Court a 21-year-old Vermont man is charged with the second offense drunk driving w/ .18 BT. Atty Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys, in a stunning negotiation, argued the complaint down to first offense by proving that the out-of-state convinction for first offense did not to constitute first offense in Massachusetts. The case will be dismissed on motion by the court on $500 court costs; no jail time or loss of liberty but a one year license loss was agreed.



December 2003

December 2003 Plymouth Superior Court A 17 year old is indicted for motor vehicle homicide when he killed his friend due to excessive speed; his is spared a jail sentence as a result of plea negotiations before trial.

December 2003 Wrentham District Court. A 41-year-old CA businessman with a residence in MA receives a criminal application for operating an uninsured motor vehicle, second offense, operating on a revoke registration, second offense, front headlight out and operating without a driver license. At the clerk's hearing, all criminal charges are dismissed.

December 2003 Mongomery, Alabama Dept. of Public Safety. A 34 year old Mississippi man receives a clearance letter of an SR-22 requirment, allowing him to get his MA driver license.

December 2003 So. Boston District Court. A 34 year-old Boston area significant person is charged with driving while suspended for Habitual Traffic Offender, and faced a 60 day mandatory jail sentence. The criminal complaint is "reduced" and the client is allowed to pay $500 fine and avoid jail.

December 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles A 44 year old Missippi man with two Massachusetts DWI's receives restricted driving rights reinstated after defaulting on the cases and moving to avoid prosecution. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys argued the client was rehabilitated and an NDR suspension for attempt to fraudulently obtain a license from a third state should not be considered.



November 2003

November 2003 Quincy District Court a 30-year-old South Shore man is cited by the Massachusetts state police for lane violation, speeding 78 in a 55 mph sound, failure to signal and state highway regulation violation. He is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

November 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles A 40-year-old assistant college professor receives a sixty-day suspension of his right to operate as a result of seven surchargeable events. The suspension is at first sustained, but then quickly overturned on appeal by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys so that the client only sustained a 15 day suspension.

November 2003 Lawrence District Court a 50-year-old constable is cited by the Lawrence Police Department for illegal operation. She is found not responsible at the clerks hearing. Client would have otherwise sustained a 60 day suspension.November 2003 Brookline District Court a 24-year-old Newton man is up on a habitual traffic offender suspension for four years as a result of a Brookline Police Department citation for speeding, 51 in a 35 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing. This case was referred by a prominent murder lawyer. The client was also litigating a gun charge.

November 2003 Marlboro District Court 52-year-old software quality engineer is cited by the MA state police, 74 in a 45 mph zone and is found not responsible after clerks hearing.

November 2003 Waltham District Court A repeat client is found not responsible of five moving violations out of 6 at the clerk's hearing. The client had previously had his license suspended for habitual traffic offender which was reinstated by our lawyers and this ticket would have triggered and other four-year suspension.

November 2003 registry of motor vehicles A 45-year-old Massachusetts man sustains a two-year license loss as a result of a conviction for drunk driving in New Hampshire. His license is reinstated by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys six months into the suspension without having to complete a 14 day hospital program. This case was referred by a major Boston law firm.



October 2003

October 2003 Attleboro District Court a 52-year-old CDL truck driver is found not responsible by the court magistrate of unsafe lane change and speeding after being cited by the State Police.

October 2003 Waltham District Court A 29-year-old automobile manufacturing executive is violated by his probation officer for operating on a suspended driver license and for being arrested for a similar offense. The RMV is ordered to reinstate him prior to the court hearing and then the cases are administratively continued for six months to be dismissed.

October 2003 Worcester District Court. A 48-year-old Fort Lauderdale FL woman is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 88 in a 55, Rt. 290 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

October 2003 Attleboro District Court a 42-year-old to pilot for NetJets is cited by radar MA state police 87 in a 55 and is then found not responsible at the court magistrate hearing.

October 2003 Westborough District Court A 29-year-old retail management executive is cited by the State Police for speeding, 82 in a 65 zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

October 2003 Framingham District Court An 18-year-old college student is cited by the state police for speeding, 85 in a 65 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing after three continuances while she was in college.

October 2003 Framingham District Court A 48-year-old Connecticut man is cited by the state police for 88 in a 65 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.



September 2003 Holyoke District Court a 20-year-old student is found not responsible at the clerks hearing, 80 mph in a 65 mph zone.

September 2003 E. Boston District Court A 52-year-old international businessman is cited for speeding in one of the Ted Williams connector tunnels and is found not responsible at trial after representing himself at the clerks hearing where he was found responsible.

September 2003 Brighton District Court a 50-year-old Boston businessman is found responsible at the clerks hearing representing himself. On appeal, he is found not responsible of speeding, 72 in a 55 zone, using our attorneys.

September 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles A 41-year-old Dorchester woman sustains an indefinite license revocation as a result of improper use of HP Plates (complaint regulatory) and the suspension is overturned at a hearing by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

September 2003 Charlestown District Court A 40-year-old Boston man is cited by the state police for 52 miles per hour in a 30 mph zone: not responsible at Clerk's hearing.

September 2003 Natick District Court. A 41 year old Framingham man is cited for speeding to endanger, marked lanes violation, and the RMV suspends his license as a result for an indefinite period for complaint regulatory. Prior to the court hearing the suspension was negotiated to 30 days then the operator was found not responsible at the clerks hearing of all charges.

September 2003 Boston Municipal Court A 43 year old NYC investment banker driving a BMW is cited by radar 76 in a 45 zone inside the new LIBERTY TUNNEL and is found not reponsible at the clerk's hearing.

September 2003 Dudley District Court A 43 year old No. Hampton woman is found responsible at the clerks hearing while pro-se and then responsible at trial with our lawyers, 89 in a 55 by the State Police.

September 2003 Dedham District Court/Registry of Motor Vehicles A 23 year old with an extensive driver history is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing of speeding, unsafe lane change and fail to signal plus beats a 60 day license suspension at the RMV following the citation appeal.

September 2003 Registry Motor Vehicles A 35-year-old California attorney receives a 60 day suspension of her Massachusetts driver license as result of seven surchargeable events, retains Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys. Utilizing his knowledge of the applicable rules, Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys vacated the suspension and the right to operate continues.

September 2003 Brighton District Court. A 35-year-old venture capitalist from Boston is cited for speeding in a Porche 911, 88 in a 45 mph zone by the State Police, clocked, radar and estimated and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.September 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles A 48-year-old major corporate advertising executive in Boston receives a notice of suspension from the RMV for improper operation retains Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys. The maximum exposure was a one year license loss as a result of a bad road rage incident which caused Rt. 93 to back up 1/2 mile. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys negotiated the suspension to the minimum 30 days. The client also received a moving violation as a result of the incident which contained six separate accounts -- the citation is pending appeal.




August 2003 Dudley District Court. A 43 year old New Jersey man is cited for 56 in a 35 by the Dudley Police Department and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

August 2003 A 34 year old NY man is cited for speeding, 75-80 in an unknown zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

August 2003 Westboro District Court. A 48 year old Pepperell man is cited for speeding, 77 in a 65 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

August 2003 Roxbury District Court. A 24 year old female is cited for failure to stop in a Boston Police sting operation and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

August 2003 Cambridge District Court A 42-year-old businessman is cited for 42 mph in a 30 mph zone on Memorial Drive in Cambridge and is found not responsible at the court hearing.

August 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 45-year-old professional sustains a thirty day suspension as a result of 3 speeding tickets he paid outright. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys continued the suspension for 60 days and appeared before officials to modify the suspension to four-days after which the right to operate will be automatically reinstated. The client was also ordered to take a driver safety course or sustain a separate indefinite suspension as a result of 5 surcharge events and after an appeal that order was overturned.



July 2003 Dedham District Court. A 48 year old man is cited for speeding on Rt. 128 77mph by radar in a 55 and is found responsible at the clerk's hearing; the matter is on appeal. The client had an open CORI.

July 2003 Dedham District Court. A 45 year old is cited for speeding 46 in a 20 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing; reasonable speed was argued given the area. The client had previously retained speedingticketdefense.com for three citations and one license suspension.

July 2003 Dudley District Court. A 37 year old NYC man is cited for speeding by radar 84 mph in a 55 by the
state police and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing. The client was up on a license suspension for speeding in NY.

July 2003 South Boston District Court A 56 year old Wellesley business man is cited by radar for 60+mph in a 45 zone in the Ted Williams Tunnel and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing. He was driving an '02 Mercedes E class sedan.

July 2003 South Boston District Court A 54-year-old Boston executive is cited for 64mph in a 45 mile zone by radar in the Ted Williams tunnel. He is found not responsible at the clerks hearing. He was operating an '03 BMW 745

July 2003 Worcester District Court A 25-year-old Boston woman is cited for 82 mph in a 65 mph zone on the Pike by the State Police and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.



June 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles A 38-year-old South Shore man with three drunk driving convictions who had been granted a part-time license after his third drunk driving arrest, but then picked up one subsequent DWI, wins his appeal with attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys as counsel and has an indefinite suspension overturned with a part-time license to issue. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys was successful in pointing out that the Registry record was flawed.

June 2003 Dudley District Court a 21-year-old college student is charged in a criminal complaint application with unregistered and uninsured New York vehicle; the matter is scheduled for a clerk magistrate hearing at which time criminal process did not issue. The state police objected, but an appeal was prevented.

June 2003 Dedham District Court. A 26-year-old repeat client is cited this time for 85+mph in a 55 zone on Rt. 128 in the Needham flats by an unmarked State trooper using laser. The client is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing, his 7th not responsible with us.

June 2003 Brighton District Court A 48-year-old actuary is cited by radar for 72mph in a 55 zone while driving a '93 Saab on the Pike and is found not responsible at the initial stage of litigation at a hearing on the merits.

June 2003 Framingham District Court A 21-year-old college student is charged with operating to endanger, failure to stop for a police officer, unregistered operation of a motor vehicle, unlicensed operation, speeding, unsafe lane change & failure to signal. At a hearing, the all charges are dismissed.




May 2003 Concord District Court A 38-year-old English citizen working in Boston, and applying for citizenship, is charged with first offense drunk driving with a .10 BT. As result, there was very little to contest. However, after serious negotiations, the client received a variance from the statute as an alternative sentence as a consequence; his driver license was reinstated and he is allowed to continue his citizenship applications without being in jeopardy of losing his current status.

May 2003 Sommerville District Court A 28-year-old major bank executive is charged with first offense drunk driving following an accident. The drunk driving charge is decriminalized on motion, and although the client refused the breath test, the license loss is compressed on motion by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys. Due to this disposition, the client avoided unnecessary publicity and shame associated with a jury trial and the dispositional hearing took place in private.

May 2003 Ayer District Court. A 54 year old Westford man is cited for speeding 87 in a 65 by the State Police and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

May 2003 Newburyport District Court A 42-year-old Provincetown man is cited by the State Police at 82-85 mph with an operator stated speed "75 mph" and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.May 2003 Worcester District Court A 36-year-old "career criminal" is charged with operating to endanger. The case is marked for a clerk's hearing. At the hearing, no process issued against defendant who had prior drunk driving convictions.

May 2003 Quincy District Court A 48-year-old welder is charged with second offense DWI within a ten-year period. Despite the mandatory jail provision under the new law, the defendant received probation only as a result of the negotiations by Atty Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.May 2003 Quincy District Court. A 17-year-old junior operator receives a speeding ticket for 58 in a 35 zone and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.



April 2003 Chelsea District Court A 52-year-old Vietnam veteran and Massachusetts resident fled after an accident and was charged with this crime as well as operating without a driver license as a result of drunk driving matters in California and Ohio. At a clerk magistrate hearing, the charges are dismissed. The client is also found not responsible of a lane violation.

April 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles. a 38-year-old Massachusetts doctor receives a suspension for 30 days as a result of accumulating three speeding tickets. At appeal hearing, attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys reversed the suspension and then right to operate was restored several days into the thirty day suspension. Two lawyers worked this particular case.

April 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles A 29-year-old Arizona man with five drunk driving convictions and habitual traffic offender suspension receives a partial right to operate following a hearing by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys; at hearing, council demonstrated that the Registry record was wrong and did not match the court documents.


March 2003 Mass. State Police. A 43 year old cardiac surgeon is stopped and detained for operating to endanger on Rt. 128. After negotiations, the matter is not prosecuted by the prosecutor for the barracks.

March 2003 Wrentham District Court. A 32 year old man is cited for speeding, unsafe operation, defective equipment, expired inspection sticker and is found responsible at the clerk's hearing. On appeal before a judge, he is found not responsible of all infractions.

March 2003 Brighton District Court. A 47-year-old Boston executive is cited for SPEEDING, 92 mph in a 55 mph zone UNSAFE LANE CHANGE and FAIL TO SIGNAL on the Pike driving a Porshe 911 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing. Two lawyers worked the case.

March 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A convicted drug dealer's driver license is revoked for selling narcotics near a school zone. His revocation was to be for 4 years but is overturned by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys on appeal after 13 months.

March 2003 New Bedford District Court. A 34 year old man is cited by radar by the State Police for 38 in a 20 with School zone marked on the ticket and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

March 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 24 year old man sustains a 4 year license loss for Habitual Offender (HTO) and is reinstated after 8 months on appeal.

March 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 22-year-old student receives a suspension notice from the the Commonwealth a result of seven surchargeable events. On appeal, Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys reversed the suspension.


February 2003 Brighton District Court. A physician is cited for speeding on the Massachusetts Turnpike through the FAST LANE 25 mph in a 15mph zone. He is found not responsible at trial, after being found responsible by a court magistrate.

February 2003 Dedham District Court. The CEO of a national accounting firm is cited for illegal use of the Route 128 breakdown lane and speeding (82MPH IN A 55). He is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

February 2003 Waltham District Court A 26-year-old package delivery driver is cited by MBTA cops for speeding on Route 128, 90+ in a 55 mph zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing. The cops' legal research showed that the MBTA is now authorized to write moving infractions.



January 2003 Dudley District Court. A Connecticut resident is cited by lidar for speeding 85 in a 65 mph zone, and written up at 75+ in a 65 zone. He is found not responsible at the clerk magistrate hearing. He was driving a Honda Accord.

January 2003 West Roxbury District Court a forty nine-year-old Boston man is cited by Lidar 40-44 mph in a 30 mph zone on Center Street driving a 1997 Toyota and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

January 2003 Newton District Court a 42-year-old Westwood man is cited for failure to stop by the Newton Police Department, following a major motor vehicle collision. He is found not responsible that the magistrate hearing.

January 2003 Ayer District Court a 34-year-old housewife is found not responsible by a judge for speeding, having been found responsible by the court magistrate, which decision was successfully appealed. Suburban frustration syndrome was persuasive to the court.

January 2003 Dedham District Court A 54-year-old engineer is found not responsible for speeding on the Parkway by the clerk magistrate. The client had previously been represented by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys on a medical complaint by the same town police to the RMV seeking to revoke his driving privileges, which complaint was not issued.

January 2003 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 45-year-old North Shore man has his driver license suspended for multiple drunk driving warrants in Arizona, New Hampshire and Massachusetts from the 1980s through the 1990s. The warrants were recalled, the complaints dismissed, and the right to operate in Massachusetts was reinstated. The client had a cumulative 8 OUI's.

January 2003 Boston Municipal Court. A 27-year-old Boston Driver from the Middle East is charged with driving while his license is suspended after a motor vehicle collision which injured a pedestrian. A further RMV inquiry revealed that the client had his driver license suspended in Connecticut and New York due to NDR suspensions. Due to client cooperation with the FBI, his license was reinstated and the criminal complaint was dismissed.

January 2003 So. Berkshire District Court & Fall River District Court. An engineer receives one speeding ticket for 97 mph in a 65 mph zone and is found not responsible at a hearing at 9 AM in So. Berkshire Court and then is found not responsible at a 2 PM hearing in the Fall River District Court for another speeding ticket issued the same day.

January 2003 Dudley District Court. A 42-year-old attorney is charged with speeding, 46 mph in a 35 zone, by the Sturbridge Police Department and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

January 2003 Westborough District Court. A trucker from Tennessee is criminally applied for leaving the scene after causing property damage. The Police agreed to withdraw the complaint at the clerk hearing after the trucker demonstrated proof of attendance at a driver retraining school.

January 2003 Barnstable District Court. A 31-year-old Cambridge woman is cited for speeding by the Hyannis Police for 52 mph in a 20 mph zone trying to catch an airplane flight from the municipal airport. She is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

January 2003 Dudley District Court. A 34 year old man is cited for speeding by the state police, 81 mph in a 65 and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

January 2003 Milford District Court. A repeat client is cited for speeding, marked lanes violation and failure to signal. He is found not responsible at the clerks hearing on all charges.

January 2003 Ipswich District Court. An area youth is arrested for operating to endanger, second offense, and 11 civil violations. Second offense carries a minimum mandatory jail sentence and a two-year license loss. The criminal complaint is dismissed as a result of a technicality on motion by our lawyers.

January 2003 Dedham District Court. a 38-year-old man is criminally applied for operating to endanger. At the clerks hearing, probable cause was found to issue a complaint after Massachusetts state police investigation produced evidence that defendant received 2 prior similar citations and one warning for illegally using the Rt. 128 breakdown lane and following cars to close at rush hour. Notwithstanding the failure of the hearing, the client never received a court summons to appear for arraignment on the criminal charge. Consequently the file closed.

January 2003 Salem District Court. A repeat client is cited this time for 47 in a 30 by radar in a Chevrolet suburban and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.


December 2002 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 38-year-old software engineer sustains a sixty-day license loss which is overturned three days into the suspension at an appeal hearing.

December 2002 South Boston District Court. A 32-year-old Boston man is cited by radar 82 mph in a 30 mph zone in the Ted Williams Tunnel and is found not responsible at trial.

November 2002 Roxbury District Court. A 38-year-old civil engineer in a BMW 5 series is cited by lidar 58 in the 30 mile-per-hour zone. He is found not responsible at the clerks hearing while represented by one of the nation's leading murder lawyers.



November 2002 Boston Municipal Court. A physician at a prestigious university is found responsible at the clerk's hearing for failure to yield to a pedestrian which resulted in serious bodily injuries (severed foot). At trial, Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys reversed the finding of the clerk magistrate. A judge imposed a not responsible finding. The occupation of the operator was not revealed at either stage of the proceedings.

November 2002 Waltham District Court. A repeat client of speeding ticket defense is cited for leaving the scene after causing property damage, second offense. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys set the matter up for a hearing, and at the hearing probable cause was not found so the matter was dismissed. The defendant would have faced a mandatory 60 days jail sentence and a two-year license loss. At the hearing, he was represented by the brother of the police prosecutor.



October 2002 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 39-year-old Massachusetts high school teacher sustains a length license suspension in New York State. He was unable to renew his Massachusetts driver license due to three speeding Tickets in New York State and a suspension of 18 months in New York State for these moving violations. Utilizing local Council in New York State, the suspension was terminated and the Massachusetts right to operate was reinstated.

October 2002 Uxbridge District Court. A 41-year-old software engineer is found responsible at the clerks hearing for speeding at the magistrate hearing while represented by speeding ticket defense lawyers. Our lawyers appealed the decision of the magistrate to the first justice of the District Court and a not responsible finding entered after a trial.

October 2002 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 41-year-old Methuen man has national driver registry revocations in New Hampshire Arizona and Tennessee as a result of convictions for operating under the influence and defaults in those jurisdictions. The operator had a history of drunk driving convictions in Massachusetts as well. The national driver registry defaults were cleared through politicians, and his license was quickly reinstated in Massachusetts.

October 2002 West Roxbury District Court and Dorchester District Court. A 17-year-old junior operator has two speeding tickets in each court. The operator is found not responsible of all tickets, thereby precluding the suspension under the tough junior operator rules.

October 2002 Worcester District Court A marketing consultant is cited for 87mph in a BMW on the Pike and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

October 2002 Orleans District Court. A 53-year-old Connecticut doctor is issued two speeding tickets while on vacation on Cape Cod; each infraction was 10mph over the limit. He is found not responsible on all citations at the clerk's hearing.

October 2002 Waltham District Court. A 52-year-old is cited in-hand for 58mph in a 30mph zone. He is found not responsible at the clerks hearing when counsel brought to the attention of the police that the ticket was issued in error.

October 2002 Concord District Court. A 39-year-old president of a Massachusetts software design company is cited for 68 mph in a 45 mph zone on Rt. 2 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing (the initial stage of the appeal process).

October 2002 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 39-year-old actress sustains a thirty-day suspension of her right to operate because of three speeding citations within a year. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys successfully overturned the decision of the registrar within three days of the suspension.

October 2002 Roxbury District Court a 33-year-old corporate finance executive is cited 45 in a 30 mph by lidar operating a BMW. He is found not responsible at the clerks hearing.

October 2002 Woburn District Court. A 39 year old is cited for 56 in a 30 zone and found not reponsible at the clerks hearing.

September 2002 ResultsSeptember 2002 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 42-year-old housewife is convicted for vehicular homicide and sustains a ten-year license revocation. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys appealed the suspension and the right to operate was reinstated.

September 2002 Concord District Court. A 31-year-old man is cited for failure to use care in passing. The officer alleged the client passed more than one motor vehicle without proper distance and signaling. A not responsible finding entered as a result of a technicality.

September 2002 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 32-year-old Springfield woman sustained an indefinite suspension of her license as a result of four drunk driving convictions. The license was reinstated after two years by attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys following a hearing. The normal suspension can be eight years or more. An expert witness provided testimony at the appeal hearing.

September 2002 Registry of Motor vehicles A 20-year-old sustained a four-year license loss for habitual traffic offender (HTO). The license was reinstated by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys 4 months into the suspension. During the license appeal, speeding ticket defense lawyers successfully defended this client against two pending speeding tickets.

September 2002 West Roxbury District Court. A 42-year-old man with no prior speeding history is cited for 62 in a 35 mph zone by radar. An individual hearing is arranged. The operator was found not responsible by the clerk magistrate.

September 2002 Fairfax VA District Court. The son of a prominent French businessman retains Attorney Geoffrey Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys to handle an out-of-state criminal speeding and unlicensed operation criminal complaint. The matter was continued while the defendant got licensed in the United States (he was charged criminally with operating on an international driver's license). That complaint was dismissed at the second court hearing in absentia and the speeding ticket was reduced to a civil moving violation.



August 2002 Results

August 2002 Westborough District Court. A Newton man is cited by radar 54 in a 35 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

August 2002 Dudley District Court. A 42-year-old woman is found not responsible at the clerks hearing for speeding 52 in a 35 mile-per-hour zone.

August 2002 registry of motor vehicles. A 29-year-old full-time truck driver has his license suspended for 60 days as a result of 7 surchargeable events. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys reinstated the license after 10 days at an appeal of the suspension.

August 2002 Registry of motor vehicles. A 29 year-old New Hampshire man is suspended for habitual traffic offender/4 years in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts; he had been caught twice previously driving on the suspended license and did time in jail prior to contacting us. After one hearing the man's license to drive was fully reinstated due to Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys's aggressive approach at the appeal.

August 2002 Waltham District Court. The wife of a retired lawyer is charged by Weston police for speeding and stop sign violation. The client is found not responsible at a magistrate hearing.

July 2002 Results

July 2002 Attleboro District Court. A 35 year old without any speeding history is cited for 41 in a 30 zone and found responsible at the clerks hearing (pro-se). At trial the matter is dismissed due to discovery rules violation by the town police.July 2002 Brighton District Court. A business consultant receives a fast lane speeding ticket, the most notorious speeding ticket of its kind. He is radared at 42 mph in a 15 mph zone. He is found responsible at the clerks hearing without the benefit of counsel being present. At trial he is found not responsible by a single justice.

July 2002 Natick District Court A 45 year old Marlboro man is cited for 94 mph in a 55 zone on Rt. 9 and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing. The client, a driving enthusiast, was already under a 30 day suspension for 3 speeds in a year prior to becoming a client.

July 2002 Ayer District Court A 55-year-old computer software engineer, now retired, receives his 18th speeding citation at 58 mph in a 25 mph zone on a motorcycle, and expired inspection sticker. He is found responsible by a clerk magistrate, with a warning from the town police prosecutor. At trial the client, who has been with speedingticketdefense for two years, is found not responsible by the first justice of the District Court.



June 2002 Results June 2002 Concord District Court. A 53 year old parts supplier owning his own intra-state business is cited by lidar at 55 in a 35 zone in a 2002 Maxima. He is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing. He has two other citations pending for hearings.

June 2002 Cambridge District Court 23-year-old with 12 prior speeding tickets is found not responsible for speeding on Storrow Drive 55 in a 35 zone. The driver license had already been suspended by statute for four years for habitual traffic offender. As a result of the not responsible finding, the client can now apply for a hardship license

June 2002 Registry of Motor Vehicles A 20-year-old Newton man sustained a three-year license loss as a result of a guilty plea for distribution of illegal narcotics in the Boston Municipal Court. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys was successful in obtaining partial relief of the suspension early into the suspension.

June 2002 Ayer District Court. A 54 year old man is cited for 52 in a 30 by radar. He took a driver training class, and the clerk thereafter issued a not responsible finding after the 2nd hearing at which defendant's appearance was waived. It was the client's 3rd citation in a year, saving his license.



May 2002 Results

May 2002 Concord District Court. A 40-year-old VP of sales for a software company is cited for 58 mph in a 35 zone. He was represented by corporate counsel at the clerks hearing and found responsible. He retained attorneys from speeding ticket defense for the trial and was also found responsible by a judge hearing the appeal; the Police Department agreed in advance of the trial to be as generous in their testimony as possible and assisted in the defense to some regard at a pretrial conference. At the conference formal discovery was discussed and agreed to. The judge disregarded joint recommendations in finding the operator responsible. Normally, operators are found not responsible in this circumstance and the case stands as an aberration.

May 2002 A 38-year-old Massachusetts man defaulted on three criminal cases in 1998, resulting in a national driver registry suspension of his right to operate motor vehicles in Washington state. The Massachusetts warrants were removed without the defendant being present. As a result, the Washington license was reinstated.

May 2002 registry of motor vehicles. A 19-year-old Brown University student and an aspiring professional baseball player has his license revoked for six months for use of a fake ID to purchase alcohol on Martha's Vineyard last summer. After an appeal, the license was reinstated 60 days into the suspension.




April 2002 Results

April 2002 Dorchester District Court. A 53-year-old engineer is clocked at 58 mph and issued a citation for 35 mph in a 25 mile-per-hour zone. At the clerks hearing, a a motion to dismiss is allowed and the operator is found not responsible as a matter of law.

April 2002 Waltham District Court. A retired Army staff Sgt. who served in the Persian Gulf War is defaulted-- while in battle --for larceny by check. Despite this overwhelming evidence, the DA's Office would not dismiss the case. At trial, a required finding of not guilty entered for the defendant and the case was dismissed. During the litigation, the state of Georgia suspended defendant's right to operate motor vehicles as a result of the MA warrant. Once the criminal case was dismissed, lawyers removed the national driver registry (NDR) hold and the Georgia license was reinstated. Our lawyers proved that the identification for the defendant had been adopted by a criminal ID theft ring.

April 2002 registry of motor vehicles. A 55-year-old environmental engineer receives a notice of suspension for complaint/medical after going into insulin shock and passing out behind the wheel while driving. Registry policy is a six-month suspension for loss of consciousness. At the hearing, Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys stopped at the suspension and the operator was allowed to continue driving privileges.



March 2002 Results

March 2002 Dudley District Court. Three members of a motorcycle club are arrested for operating to endanger, speeding at 130 mph, failure to signal and unsafe lane change. At a sentencing hearing, the three were allowed to keep their license because of steps taken to prove driver retraining. Then the complaint was decriminalized. Fines exceeded $1000, however.

March 2002 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 36-year-old South Shore woman is about to be suspended for seven surcharge events in a five-year period. Utilizing his expertise in the area, Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys stopped the suspension from taking place, saving the operator a 60 day suspension.

Appeals Division of the District Court Department, northern division. Following a single justice trial, a lawyer appealed a finding of responsible on a civil motor vehicle infraction. Issuing a summary and unsigned decision, without oral argument, the court ruled: 1) no error in the denial of the motion to dismiss for alleged discovery violations; 2) no error in permitting testimony by an unknown and unnamed state police officer who supported the issue of the existence or use of officer citation reports by the state police and 3) the use of different color speed signs at the fast lane on the Massachusetts Turnpike did not violate federal signage requirements. An appeal is being drafted to the Supreme Judicial Court.

February 2002 Results

February 2002 Wrentham District Court. A 28-year-old area police officer is cited for speeding, 50 in a 35 mph zone. The town which cited the client was the town adjacent to which the police officer worked. The clerk magistrate entered a responsible finding. In a trial before a judge, the defense argued that the citing officer made an error of law; the judge entered a not responsible finding.

Natick District Court February 2002. A repeat client is cited for 62 in a 35 mph zone and found not responsible at the magistrate hearing. The operator presented proof that he attended a driver education training program.

Charlestown District Court. A 42-year-old Cape Cod man is charged with resisting arrest, assaulting a state police officer, failure to signal and speeding (68 mph in a 30 zone) in the Callahan Tunnel, on his way to catch a flight out of Logan. The defendant received pretrial probation and no finding on the criminal or civil charges, over the objection of the prosecutor.

Cambridge District Court February 2002 . A 48-year-old software engineer is charged with speeding on Memorial Drive in Cambridge; 58 mph in a 35 mile per hour zone. He is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

Dedham District Court A 43 year old is charged with speeding and is found not responsible at the clerk's hearing.



January 2002 Results

January 2002 Cambridge District Court a 37-year-old computer software engineer is found responsible at the clerks hearing, for operating at 62 mph in 25 mph zone. At the trial before Judge, the operator was found not responsible.

January 2002 Brighton District Court. A 23-year-old flight engineer for a secondary airline is cited at 92 mph in his BMW on Storrow Drive, and is arrested for operating to endanger. Defendant lived in New Jersey and traveled extensively for work. The presence of the defendant was waived on motion. Defendant completed a national driver safety transportation administration course before court and was thereafter placed on probation with no criminal record to follow.

January 2002 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 34 year old Methuen man is hauled into the Registry for a Road-Rage license suspension hearing (see Boston Globe article for general description of road-rage license suspension hearings). At the hearing, no cause was found to suspend the operator's license.



December 2001 Results

December 2001 New Bedford District Court. A 51 year old Natick man is cited by the State Police for 92mph in a 55, unsafe lane change, fail to signal (3), Rt. 24, using Lidar, while driving a Mercedes S500. Not responsible at the clerks hearing all counts.

December 2001 Peabody District Court. A 47 year old repeat client is cited for 65mph in a 50 zone, Rt. 1 North, Lynnfield. A clerk magistrate issued a not responsible finding.



November 2001 Results

November 2001 Waltham District Court. A 38-year-old man and a computer programmer is cited by the Massachusetts state police for a lane violation on the Massachusetts Turnpike. The clerk magistrate found him not responsible but the state police prosecutor appealed to trial, and was found not responsible.

November 2001 Quincy District Court. A 26-year-old female with a serious history of speeding in three other states appeals a responsible finding for trial. A single justice adopts a joint recommendation with Milton Police & Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys of not responsible crosswalk violation, not responsible speeding and responsible lane violation. Without this deal the client would have sustained a 60-day license loss.

November 2001 Plymouth District Court. A 46-year-old Marstons Mills man is cited for 74 mph in a 60 by the Massachusetts state police, Rt. 3 south. He is found not responsible at the clerk magistrate hearing.

November, 2001 Waltham District Court. After the state police prosecutor appeal of a clerk-magistrate not responsible finding on a lane violation citation, a 45 year old Franklin man is found not responsible after trial by a single justice.

November, 2001 Clinton District Court. A 53 year-old repeat client appealed a responsible finding to a single justice on a speeding ticket issued by Harvard PD. The road was governed by a special town variance allowing for 30mph (which was clearly posted) and the client was radared at 46mph. Not responsible after trial. Helicopter surveilance photographs and other demonstrative evidence was used by Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys.

November, 2001 Lowell District Court. A 48 year-old man is cited at rush hour on Rt. 129 by lidar for 53 in a 35 by the Chelmsford Police Department. Not responsible at the clerks hearing.



October 2001 Results

October, 2001 West Roxbury District Court. A 45 year old professional is lidared at 48 in a 35 along the Parkway. Not responsible at the clerk's hearing.

October 2001 Woburn District Court. A 29 year old major bank VP is charged criminally twice for operating on a license revoked for 7 surchargeable violations. At the first arraignment, the charge is dismissed and the moving violation (which was the probable cause for the arrest) is filed. The next arraignment is in a month.

October, 2001 Registry of Motor Vehicles. A 54 year old Burlington, MA man receives a one-year license suspension for OUI-chemical failure in NY. Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys negotiated the suspension down to 45 days using his knowledge of the RMV, and the license was restored.

September 2001 Results

September 2001 Quincy District Court A 34 year old man from Paris, France, is radared at 91mph on the Expressway driving his mother's Mercedes S500. Not responsible at the clerk's hearing (the operator was driving on an international drivers license).September 2001 Ayer District Court. A 52-year-old repeat client is cited by the State Police on two dates, and appealed. The first ticket involved speeding at 92 miles per hour in a 55, three unsafe lane changes and two failure to signals. The second ticket involved 55 mph in a 35 and crossing double yellow lines. One hearing took place on September 21st; the next hearing took place on Sept. 28. At the hearing on Sept. 28th, council used the judge's appeal which took place on the 21st to persuade the magistrate to find the operator not responsible of all counts on both citations except one. As a result, the operator did not sustain a license loss. In the same week, the same client was found not reponsible for failure to signal in the Hillsboro, NH, County Court after a single justice trial.

September 2001 A 42-year-old Brookline man is in a license suspension as a result of failure to pay state excise taxes. The dispute arose out of the government's assertion that he lived in two different cities. Attorneys resolved the dispute and within a day the man's right to operate was reinstated.

September 2001 Wrentham District Court. A 39 year old Winchester man is criminally charged after representing himself at a clerk's hearing with Failure to Stop for a Police Officer on Rt. 1 North in Foxboro. The executive could not afford to be criminally charged, or his company would fire him. At arraignment, Attorney Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys filed a motion to de-criminalize the case, which was allowed by Hon. Justice Winslow (known at a zealot regarding traffic and OUI matters). The client paid dearly for that Patriots game (they lost).

September 2001 Roxbury District Court. A Brookline man is cited for 42 in a 30 by lidar. Not responsible at the clerk's hearing.



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