Articles Posted in Criminal Defense

From misdemeanors like marijuana possession to serious offenses such as OUI drunk driving, The Law Offices of John C. Manoog III offers expert criminal defense. Our team is committed to fair trials and strong advocacy, protecting your rights and securing favorable outcomes. Our Cape Cod lawyers answer criminal defense case FAQs to guide you through Massachusetts legal […]

If you are involved in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may not have to worry about paying your medical bills. Depending on your situation, your healthcare provider, and your health insurance, the at-fault party’s insurance company may be responsible for paying your medical expenses. It is important to consult with a personal […]

Our product defect attorney understands when you purchase a product, you’re expecting that product to be safe. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Defective products can cause serious injuries or even death. When a defective product causes harm, the injured party may be able to file a product liability claim against the manufacturer or […]

Like everyone else in society, Cape Cod criminal defense attorneys and their clients have had to approach a lot of things differently during the last year due to the pandemic. As criminal cases, both misdemeanors and felonies, have made their way through the criminal justice system, many questions have arisen. What happens when public safety […]

Many times, the resolution of a Cape Cod criminal case revolves around the issue of whether certain evidence was unlawfully obtained by police. If a court rules that a particular search or seizure was in violation of the law, the evidence may be suppressed at trial. When evidence is suppressed, it cannot be used to […]

If you have been arrested on a felony or misdemeanor charge, a conversation with a Cape Cod criminal defense attorney regarding the details of your situation is crucial in preventing your rights under the United States Constitution from being violated. During the arrest and investigative stage of proceedings, one of the most important of these […]

In a Massachusetts criminal case, such as a matter in which someone is accused of operating a vehicle under the influence, there are several potential defenses that may be asserted by the defendant. One of these is a violation of the defendant’s constitutional rights during the collection of the evidence that the Commonwealth seeks to […]

There is a large branch of case law devoted to the issues of when a police officer can pull over a vehicle, when that vehicle can be searched, and when the occupants thereof can be made to exit the vehicle. This body of the law holds many general principles, but oftentimes the outcome of, say, […]

Questions concerning the legality of searches and seizures can play heavily in the resolution of a Cape Cod criminal defense case. With appropriate legal representation, it is sometimes possible to get potentially incriminating evidence excluded from the jury’s consideration at trial. Without this evidence, the Commonwealth’s case may quickly fall apart. This can result in […]

Many Cape Cod criminal defense cases revolve around the issue of searches and seizures. Police sometimes overstep their bounds during stop-and-frisk incidents, arrests, and the execution of search warrants. Sometimes, however, the issue is not so much whether a search itself was legal but, rather, whether the evidence that was found by police during the […]

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