Boston Magazine features Attorney Nathan in a front cover feature article entitled "Secrets of the City Revealed" as abbreviated:
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Attorney Geoffrey Nathan in the News
“This is what I get paid to do, so I won't go into all my secrets. Let's just say there is some statutory wriggle room. I beat a lot of cases on... technicalities... If the magistrate goes against you, appeal and appear before a Judge.”
The Magazine quotes Attorney Nathan and economists asserting that the pre-tax levy for the first ticket exceeds $2,825 over five years.
"There are too many words in (the drunk driving statute) which no one can figure out...the last thing we need is more language" Nathan said in urging the Legislature to leave well enough alone.
- Worcester District Court a 57-year-old New York man is cited by the Massachusetts state police for speeding, 87 in a 65 mile-per-hour zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing. This operator had seven other not responsible findings throughout the Northeast, and the trooper's notes reflected that the client, a certified public accountant in Long Island New York, past the cruiser twice. Read More
- Springfield District Court Ta 49-year-old Westchester New York truck driver is cited for 67 in a 45 mile-per-hour zone, construction zone, covered bridge, breakdown Lane violation, violation of other trucking regulations on one Massachusetts uniform citation. The citation for speed is reduced to 5 miles over the limit and a responsible finding Read More
- Cambridge District Court/Hingham District Court a 56-year-old repeat Massachusetts client is cited by the Rockland Police Department for speeding, 40 mi./h in a 30 mile-per-hour zone and is found not responsible at the clerks hearing. The same client is also cited for stop yield fail in violation of Massachusetts general laws 89 section 9 by the Cambridge Police Department. This high-tech executive missed his magistrate hearing and the matter went before the judge on appeal. On the appeal date this client was in Las Vegas Nevada, missed his judges appeal date and was found responsible. Read More
- Registry of Motor Vehicles/driver control unit a 86-year-old Massachusetts (fully employed) lawyer has his driver’s license suspended for immediate threat/medical and retained attorney Nathan for board of appeal hearing. At the board of appeal hearing the client received the right to take another road competency evaluation to assess current driving skills notwithstanding the immediate threat suspension which emanated out of the local police department. Read More