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Naturalization is the process of a person becoming a United States Citizen. There are certain requirements that need to be met in order to naturalize:
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| Categories: Immigration, Naturlization | Tags: immigration, naturalization | View Count: (525)
In Massachusetts, there are 2 types of citations that are handed out: civil and criminal. If you receive a citation for a criminal violation, it is important to take the steps to best defend the citation.
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| Categories: Criminal Law, Felony | Tags: criminal citation | View Count: (469)

Defending CDL Traffic Violations

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While a speeding ticket is an expensive nuisance for most drivers, a driver with a CDL license has added consequences when dealing with a moving violation.
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| Categories: Traffic, CDL, Speeding | Tags: CDL, traffic violation | View Count: (560)
In Massachusetts, an officer is required to provide you a copy of the citation at the time of a motor vehicle stop.
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To be discriminated against on the basis of handicap does not require a debilitating handicap such as paralysis. Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 151B is designed to cover the whole gamut of potential handicaps. 
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| Categories: Employment Law, Discrimination | Tags: workplace discrimination, handicap discrimination | View Count: (591)
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