Not every criminal case in Massachusetts ends with either a guilty or a not guilty. One way a case can end is with a continuation without a finding. A continuation without a finding or CWOF is a plea where the defendant admits that he or she could be found guilty without actually being found guilty.
In this short video let me explain what a CWOF or continuation without a finding actually means.
Patrick Donovan is a Massachusetts criminal attorney who has appeared in over fifty courts. Attorney Donovan represents people charged with felony and misdemeanor crimes including drug crimes, domestic violence, operating under the influence, theft crimes, sex crimes and violent crimes.