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Waltham Criminal Defense Law Blog

Boston Municipal Court remand victory

Yesteday, the Law Office of David Jellinek argued and was granted a motion remanding a pending arraignment to a clerk's hearing in a domestic assault and battery case. This prevents even a charge from appearing on the client's board of probation (criminal) record.

David Jellinek is the editor of The LexisNexis Practice Guide for Massachusetts Criminal Law

The LexisNexis Practice Guide for Massachusetts Criminal Law.

"With its concise writing style, streamlined chapter format, abundance of checklists and forms, extensive references to leading and related cases, cross references to relevant analytical content, and authoritative guidance, you'll find more of everything that makes a practice guide valuable and easy for you to use.

Revocation denied

Yesterday in the Concord District Court, the Law Office of David Jellinek successfully argued against revoking a new client's bail and thus he was not held for sixty days without the chance to bail out.

Concord District Court

Yesterday in Concord District Court, the Law Office of David Jellinek succeeded in helping a client with a CDL avoid a job-threatening set of traffic violations. He was found not responsible after the testimony of a state trooper.


Court can be a scary and overwhelming experience. No matter how you arrive in court, whether released from the police station the night before or brought by the police in the morning, your first appearance in front of the judge is called an Arraignment. This blog entry will discuss what happens during your Arraignment and why.