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DEM Charges Two Men in Oyster Theft

Posted by Matthew Marin | Jan 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management has charged two men with the theft of oysters from Point Judith Pond last fall.  One of the men is charged with attempted larceny under $1,500; damaging, disturbing, interfering with an acquaculture site; and tampering with an oyster grower's operation.  The other man was charged with aiding and abetting the other man on each of the three counts.  To read the full story at the Providence Journal follow the link below:

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Attorney Matthew T. Marin is a highly skilled criminal defense lawyer with an outstanding track record in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. With expertise in DUI/DWI, drug offenses, domestic violence, and white-collar crimes, he is dedicated to providing personalized and effective representation for his clients. A "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers and a member of the National College for DUI Defense and the National Trial Lawyers Top 100, Attorney Marin is committed to staying current with the latest legal developments and giving back to his community through pro bono work.


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