I saw a photograph of a recently snow-engulfed Massachusetts
neighborhood captioned, "Welcome to Alaskachusetts," and had to
remind myself that since February is the shortest month, this
"snowpocalypse" should soon be over. As we enter March and head
toward spring, I am happy to announce a number of exciting upcoming
The Massachusetts Bar Association is pleased to announce that
trial attorney Mark J. Geragos, of Geragos & Geragos, APC, in
Los Angeles, will deliver the keynote address at the Annual Dinner
on Thursday, May 7, at the Westin Boston Waterfront.
Finding the right lawyer can be a daunting task for many people.
Not knowing what to do or even where to begin in the search for an
attorney often presents a confusing and stressful situation.
That feeling of uncertainty was exactly what one of Jeffrey N.
Catalano's clients experienced before she reached out to the
Massachusetts Bar Association's Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) in
July 2009. Before calling LRS she didn't know any attorneys or even
who to reach out to.
Juries have traditionally placed a great deal of faith in
eyewitness identifications. They generally find it exceptionally
credible when a witness takes the stands, points to the defendant
and says something to the effect of: "Look, it was absolutely,
definitely, positively him. Don't you be telling me I didn't see
what I saw."