Threat to Commit a Crime - No Complaint Issues at Magistrates Hearing
Our client received notice for a Clerk Magistrate's Hearing in Massachusetts, where they were alleged to have committed the offense of Threat to Commit a Crime. This charge carries potential fines and/or imprisonment.
We made arguments and presented documents and evidence at the Clerk Magistrate's Hearing. In addition, our client took the stand to testify to their version of events.
As a result, the Clerk Magistrate denied the issuance of a complaint. Therefore, the charges did not issue against our client, and our client did not receive a criminal record from these allegations.
If you are charged with Threat to Commit a Crime or receive a summons for a Clerk Magistrate's Hearing in Massachusetts, do not hesitate to contact Attorney David Ellison today.
Practice area(s): Criminal Defense