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On September 22, 2015, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court handed down a landmark decision in the matter of Commonwealth v. Elivette Rodriguez, holding that the odor of marijuana alone is not a sufficient basis for police to conduct a motor vehicle stop.
If you have been accused of a crime in the Rhode Island, you need a highly experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer with a winning track record for success. Call Rhode Island Criminal Defense Lawyer John L. Calcagni III today for a free consultation.
If you have been charged with a crime in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, you need a skilled Criminal Defense Lawyer who understands the complexities and levels of the Massachusetts Court System. Call Massachusetts Criminal Defense Lawyer John L. Calcagni III today for a free consultation.
As a former prosecutor with the US Army JAG Corps and the US Attorney's Office, Attorney Calcagni is well versed in the prosecution and defense of all types of military criminal cases. This experience is invaluable in his ability to defend accused individuals on trial in Military Court for all types of crimes.
When you need the assistance of a Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer, it is highly advisable that you hire someone who has extensive experience within the federal system. There are certain areas of the practice of law that require more experience and exposure than others, and Federal Criminal Defense is high on this list.
Our firm provides personalized, experienced, and successful representation for clients in need of a Criminal Defense Attorney to represent them in matters before the Rhode Island Federal Court and Massachusetts Federal and District Courts. Our practice focuses on Criminal Defense for Misdemeanors and Felonies, Military Defense, Federal Criminal Defense, and Violent Crime matters. We are licensed to practice in both state and federal courts in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York and Florida.
As a former prosecutor with the US Army JAG Corps and a Special Assistant US Attorney, Attorney Calcagni is well versed in the prosecution and defense of all types of criminal cases. This experience is invaluable in his ability to defend accused individuals on trial for Federal and State Crimes. As a Military Defense Lawyer, Attorney Calcagni is admitted to practice in the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces and the U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals, as well as the state and federal ourts in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, and Florida.
A U.S. Army veteran was charged in Wareham District Court with Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle and Possession of a Controlled Substance. These charges stemmed from a traffic stop of the man at which time police learned his license…Read More
Police received a 911 emergency call that a suicidal man overdosed on drugs inside of his home. Rescue workers first arrived on scene to render emergency aid and transport the man to the hospital. Police arrived moments later and during…Read More
Rhode Island State Police arrested and charged a man with Possession with Intent to Deliver Marijuana. These felony charges followed a traffic stop of the man for speeding and the discovery of a large quantity of marijuana concealed inside his…Read More
A man was accused by his long-term, live-in girlfriend of rape. After living together for a long time, the couple broke up. Before moving out, the woman went to police and alleged that the man both held her captive and…Read More
A U.S. Coast Guard member was deprived of an administrative separation board and involuntary discharged from service with a General Discharge under Honorable Conditions after serving more than eight years on active duty. Separation was for two alcohol-related incidents. The…Read More
A teacher’s assistant, who worked in special education, was accused of touching a student’s penis. The disabled student made the accusation after the two had a verbal altercation in class. The student has both behavioral and mental health issues. There…Read More