Honestly, I am not sure what they are looking for, but I would imagine it is both.
The most important thing about answering these questions is to be truthful about your criminal charges because it could come back at some point to hurt you.
This really needs more investigation and you should consult an attorney and/or the cpa licensing board.
YOu should hire a lawyer for your father. It is possible that it can be worked out so you father won't have a record, but it's difficult to ascertain the entire situation from your inquiry
By the way - Larceny over is a felony.
Yes, if there appears to be some suggestion that you are using drugs. It will depend on the judge. I have seen judges order a hair sample in court to test to see if someone is on drugs (although that is a drastic measure), but often they will ask for a urine test.
Taking an audio recording of someone without their knowledge or consent is a violation of the Wiretapping Statute.
Otherwise, I'm having difficulty understanding what you are trying to say in your question.
SORB is the board who controls your registration. You can petition them for reclassification and/or to get you to not have to register.
SORB is the Sex Offender Registry Board. It's difficult, but not impossible, to be relieved from registering as a sex offender and/or to be classified at a level. You can also try to get your old case re-opened. I suggest both.
Massachusetts is a very difficult state to live in if you you have ever been convicted of a sex offense.
He might be going to jail. It depends on what he is charged with, carrying or possession. That being said, if he is already out on bail or his own recognizance in a criminal matter, the Commonwealth can move to revoke his bail on the first matter due to the new charge and he can get held for up to 60 days in jail.
I highly suggest you contact his previous attorney (the one on the open felony) and/or contact another lawyer to represent him. These are serious charges, and it is highly...
You can also go to visit the lawyer of the day and/or if you have limited funds - just do a LAR as suggested. This means a lawyer can help you draft the paperwork so at least your issues are framed properly.
Unfortunately you cannot sue a Judge. That being said, you may want to consult a lawyer to determine whether or not the police acted properly in their investigation or to find out if the complaining witness mislead the police. Most of these cases woudl be handled on a Federal level so you would want to find someone that handles Federal cases in your area. (I would try Northampton or Springfield -- or else try some Boston firms as they often have offices in Springfield as well).
Workers Compensation is not something that is part of your severance package. You are only entitled to severance if it is part of your contract. If you have a workers compensation attorney you should contact him or her to discuss the matter. Often, when people get severely injured on the job (or sometimes not so severely) a lump sum workers compensation package is given to cover future wages, although it may feel like severance it is different.