Recent Witness Intimidation Charges
Commonwealth v. O.A. (Fall River Superior Court, April, 2020)
OA was charged with 3 counts of witness intimidation based upon interviews she gave to the police in murder investigation. Attorney Caramanica filed a motion to dismiss and successfully argued that the statements were not made with the intent to mislead a police investigation and did not in fact mislead the police investigation. The motion to dismiss was allowed and all 3 charges were dismissed.
Commonwealth v. A.D. (Fall River Superior Court, Jan. 2012)
AD was charged with several counts of witness intimidation based on the claim that he submitted false medical records to his probation officer to obtain releases from his conditions of pretrial release. After a jury trial, the judge allowed a motion for required finding of not guilty.
Commonwealth v. E.J. (New Bedford Superior Court June, 2010)
EJ was charged with witness intimidation based on his denial of facts the police believed to be true during an investigation. After a 2 day jury trial, the court allowed Attorney Caramanica’s motion for required finding of not guilty at close of Commonwealth’s case allowed before case submitted to the jury.
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