In a recent jury case in Worcester District Court, I represented a man who was charged with violating a harassment protection order by allegedly making 3 telephone calls to the alleged victim. The telephone calls registered as an “unknown caller” on the alleged victim’s cellular telephone and she testified that she recognized my client’s voice. She reported the violation to the police. On cross examination, she didn’t know whether the police performed an investigation to determine whether the calls came from my client’s cellular telephone or his home telephone. The jury took less than 15 minutes to find my client not guilty of the charge.