Charged With Calling In Bomb Threat: Case Dismissed

Massachusetts Criminal Attorney Noah Kilroy Provides Zealous Defense of Clients:

Fall River Bomb Threat

Client was charged with calling in a bomb threat after at a local Fall River Dunkin’ Donuts after allegedly being told the store did not have his favorite coffee flavor– butter pecan. The store was evacuated and a bomb-sniffing dog had to be brought in to secure the business. Chapter 269, Section 14 of the M.G.L. states in pertinent part that:

Whoever willfully communicates or causes to be communicated, either directly or indirectly, orally, in writing, by mail, by use of a telephone or telecommunication device including, but not limited to, electronic mail, Internet communications and facsimile communications, through an electronic communication device or by any other means, a threat-

(1) that a firearm, rifle, shotgun, machine gun or assault weapon, as defined in section 121 of chapter 140, an explosive or incendiary device, a dangerous chemical or biological agent, a poison, a harmful radioactive substance or any other device, substance or item capable of causing death, serious bodily injury or substantial property damage, will be used at a place or location, or is present or will be present at a place or location, whether or not the same is in fact used or present; or

(2) to hijack an aircraft, ship, or common carrier thereby causing anxiety, unrest, fear, or personal discomfort to any person or group of persons shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison for not more than 20 years or imprisonment in the house of correction for not more than 21/2 years, or by fine of not more than $10,000, or by both such fine and imprisonment.

Facing up to 20 years in state prison, client retains Fall River Attorney Noah Kilroy to defend him. After Attorney Kilroy sends out his private investigator on the case, he is able to dig up vital information about the Dunkin’ Donuts employee that suggested she was not a credible witness. More specifically, Attorney Kilroy’s investigator was able to interview the employee’s manager who went on to give a recorded interview, citing specific instances, as to why her employee should not be believed. Armed with this information, Attorney Kilroy is able to persuaded the Commonwealth to dismiss their case at the pre-trial phase.

Have You Been Arrested For Calling In A Bomb Threat in Massachusetts?

If you or a loved-one has been charged with calling in a bomb-threat, call Kilroy Law Firm immediately, so we can working on your defense. We can be reached at 401-855-9023.