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Compounding or Concealing a Felony

MA Compounding or Concealing a Felony

Massachusetts Compounding or Concealing a Felony Laws

In order for the state to convict someone of compounding or concealing a felony, the state needs to prove several things.  Essentially the crime of compounding or concealing a felony is committed when a person takes money or reward in exchange to compound or conceal a felony.  The crime of compounding or concealing a felony is governed by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 268, Section 36.

Massachusetts Compounding or Concealing a Felony Evidence

The prosecutor needs to prove three things beyond a reasonable doubt to have someone found guilty of compounding or concealing a felony.  First, the prosecution must prove that the defendant knew that a felony had been committed. Next, the prosecution must prove that the defendant made an agreement to conceal the felony.  And finally, the prosecution must prove that the defendant made such an agreement in exchange of something of value such as money.

Massachusetts Compounding or Concealing a Felony Defense Attorney

Being charged with compounding or concealing a felony is a serious in Massachusetts.  A defendant can be sent to jail if convicted of compounding or concealing a felony.  It is important that you have an experienced defense attorney to help if you if you are being charged with compounding or concealing a felony Attorney Chan will be able to create an aggressive defensive strategy to help you through your criminal compounding or concealing a felony case.

Call Attorney Jason Chan to talk about your criminalcompounding or concealing a felony case today at 508-808-8902.


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