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Commonwealth v. Gelfgatt

SJC-11358
View Docket & Briefs Hearing Date: November 5, 2013

Summary
Forgery. Uttering forged instrument. Larceny. False pretenses. Witness, Compelling giving of evidence, Self-incrimination. Evidence, Information stored on computer, Testimonial statement. Search and seizure, Computer. Constitutional law, Self-incrimination.
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Counsel for Appellant
Commonwealth
Randall E. Ravitz
Thomas D. Ralph
Counsel for Appellee
Gelfgatt
Paul Joseph Davenport
Stanley Helinski
Justices
Ireland, C.J.
Spina
Cordy
Botsford
Gants
Duffly
Lenk
Amici Curiae
  • Daniel K. Gelb
  • Daniel B. Garrie
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Massachusetts
  • American Civil Liberties Union Foundation
  • Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Florida Department of Law Enforcement
  • Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, Inc.
  • National White Collar Crime Center
  • David W. Opderbeck
  • Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Court Appealed From
Suffolk Superior Court

 


 


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