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Richard J. Sweeney

Richard Sweeney’s Legal Guides

6 total

  • Massachusetts Drug Law

    Massachusetts Drug Laws Defending Against Criminal Drug Charges This article is intended to provide clients who are under investigation or have been charged with possession, distribution or trafficking in cocaine, heroin, oxycodone or other Class A or Class B narcotics in Massach...

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  • Mass Criminal Law - Legal Information for College and High School Students and Parents.

    Greetings and welcome to Massachusetts from the attorneys at Sullivan and Sweeney. As parents of high school and college students, both in state and out, William F. Sullivan and Richard J. Sweeney are acutely aware that you may not know the laws of Massachusetts, and more impo...

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  • Sex Offender Registry In Massachusetts

    Sex Offender Registry Board/ Megans Law Megans Law is the term commonly used to describe state laws requiring convicted sex offenders, or people who are tagged as sexually deviant based upon prior convictions, to register themselves with a statewide board as sexually deviant. Wh...

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  • An Overview of Elderly Driver License Issues

    Speaking with an elderly parent or grandparent about surrendering a drivers license is a delicate issue but one which most of us face at some point or another.Given the importance of keeping everyone safe I have put together some information which is helpful to families that have...

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  • Possession of a Fake ID – Loss Of License in Massachusetts

    Possession of a Fake ID Loss Of License inMassachusetts Posted November 25, 2009 by Richard SweeneyCategories: College Student Crimes, False ID, Mass Criminal Law, Mass Driving Law, Mass Law, Student Drinking Every year students will find a way to get their hands on a fake ID ...

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  • Massachusetts Driver's License Suspension for Non-Residents.

    You must either appear or hire an attorney to represent you at a Registry of Motor Vehicles Hearing. A qualified attorney can appear on your behalf at a hearing and clear up the "hold" by resolving t

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