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Kenneth E. Steinfield

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Essex County

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www.salemnews.com

Essex County Assistant District Attorney Kenneth Steinfield argued that the Kansas case dealt not with the issue of violence but with the mental status of a defendant and that the Massachusetts statute passes constitutional muster.
He also argued that Suave poses a risk of causing serious emotional harm to others if he is released. "It would distort the meaning of the words to say that someone who does what this defendant does is not a menace to the health and safety of others," Steinfield argued. Steinfield found a tough audience among the justices. When he suggested that the standard is dangerousness, not violence, Justice Margot Botsford responded, "Oh, please."


www.ncsfreedom.org

Kenneth E. Steinfield, Assistant District Attorney, for the Commonwealth.


www.salemnews.com

Assistant District Attorneys Elin Graydon and Kenneth Steinfield submitted that affidavit, first in the hearing on the motion for a new trial and then to the Appeals Court last year.


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Kenneth E. Steinfield, Assistant District Attorney, for the Commonwealth.
MEADE, J. More than twenty years after admitting to sufficient facts to warrant his conviction of operating while under the influence of liquor and operating a motor vehicle negligently so as to endanger,(1) the defendant moved to vacate his pleas based on his claim that the judge who accepted them did so without the benefit of a colloquy.


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Kenneth E. Steinfield, Assistant District Attorney, for the Commonwealth.
HANLON, J. The defendant appeals from his conviction after a jury trial of three charges of fraudulent use of a credit card, G. L. c. 266, § 37C, and three charges of larceny of property having a value of less than $250, G. L. c. 266, § 30.(1) He argues, as to the fraudulent use of a credit card charges, that the indictments were defective; that there was insufficient evidence to sustain his conviction for those offenses; and that the jury were not properly instructed on them. He also argues that certain bad act evidence was wrongly admitted; that he was prejudiced when the judge showed bias in his treatment of a Commonwealth witness; and that, as to one of the transactions using a stolen credit card, he was indicted for offenses different than those proved at trial.


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