if you admitted to something you did not do, as a result of a plea, you might want to file a motion to vacate a plea. If you were convicted after trial, you could attempt to appeal and or file a motion for new trial based on newly discovered evidence.
a criminal harassment is a misdemeanor offense as the maximum penalty is 2.5 years in the house of correction. It is a serious charge that can have an impact on your future, by placing you on probation, denying you job opportunities. Also, it is a difficult charge to prove at trial because the Commonwealth has to prove three specific incidents of harassment to prove the charge beyond a reasonable doubt. You should hire an attorney to evaluate the strength of the case.
A bind over hearing is a probable cause hearing where the court determines whether there is probable cause to have the case sent to superior court. Alternatively the Commonwealth can move the case to superior court by obtaining an indictment. Witness will have to appear for a probable cause hearing so it allows you to preview the case of the government.
i would advise you to hire a lawyer to find out why they are charging you. If it is a mistaken identity the case may get dismissed. But you need to find out what information the police have to defend against the charges
A judge may toss it out; he was not going that far over the speed limit where he was driving reckless. If the judge allows any opportunity, mention that he is an honors student, going to school, never in trouble, some judges look favorably on it if a parent is present when a young person is involved.
I would go to the Registry, it is usually better to go to Boston because that is where the head legal counsel is, if it is a mistake a hearings officer should be able to help you and vacate the suspension.