Commonwealth v. B.M. – Breaking & Entering Felony / Malicious Destrution Over $250

3/14/14
– Brighton District Court
– Boston Police
– Client was a college student arrested after an alcohol-fueled night in Allston-Brighton. Due to the severity of the allegations and the felony charges they produced, Attorney Seed could not allow his client to admit to the facts and suffer an admission on his criminal record. After lengthy negotiations with the prosecutor and the probation department, Attorney Seed was able to obtain a pre-trial probation disposition for his client. His client does not admit to the crime, does not give up any trial rights, and can have the case dismissed outright at the conclusion of the set term.