The Marlborough woman, a 39-year-old female, was first arraigned in September of 2012, but the case was dismissed as the woman was not given the option of a show cause hearing in front of a clerk. Although the case was dismissed, the district attorney’s office filed the charges again.
The woman was arraigned a second time in Framingham District Court. The prosecutor involved with the case simply asked that the woman not be allowed to drive. While her lawyer opposed the condition at first, he relented due to the fact that the Marlborough woman did not have a driver’s license.
When a rear end collision occurs, the outcome may be serious for both parties involved. In some cases, serious or even life threatening injuries can occur. Those involved in such accidents may be candidates to receive compensation for pain and suffering and medical costs.
Source: TheMetroWestDailyNews, “Marlborough woman arraigned again for fatal crash,” Norman Miller, Jan. 10, 2013