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Can You Get Multiple Charges When Arrested for an OUI?

Posted on : July 25, 2019
If you’re arrested for an OUI, you may face other charges as well. Often, police officers are able to charge one person for multiple infractions in a single stop, because multiple laws were allegedly broken together. Here’s what you should know about being charged with other crimes at the same time you’re charged with an [Read More]

What Role Does Evidence Have to Do with an OUI Allegation?

Posted on : July 10, 2019
Innocent Until Proven Guilty Evidence must be presented clearly in court. There are protocols and processes in place for evidence that must also be followed from the inception of your arrest, all the way through to booking.  When these steps are not taken in the proper order, it is possible that however strong you may [Read More]


Posted on : June 5, 2019
Two drunk driving trials in two different courts in the past six days. Different facts, same verdict each time: not guilty on all counts.

How Far Back Does The DMV Registry Go For Calculating OUI Suspensions?

Posted on : May 31, 2019
The Effects Of Past OUI Convictions  If you have been accused of a second or third OUI in Massachusetts, this is likely a very stressful time for you.  You have already gone through the OUI Arrest process and now, you’re faced with a subsequent charge.  This new charge may actually have a much stronger impact [Read More]

What Happens If This Is My Fourth Offense OUI?

Posted on : April 29, 2019
Northampton OUI Defense Lawyer
What You Need To Know About Repeat OUI Convictions In Massachusetts Have you been pulled over for an OUI in Massachusetts? Are concerned because you have previous OUI convictions on your record? If so, you’re not alone. Plenty of people in the state of Massachusetts have previous OUI convictions on their criminal record. A repeat [Read More]

What Happens If My OUI Caused Bodily Injury?

Posted on : March 30, 2019
When A DUI Causes Injuries The criminal and vehicle administrative consequences of a DUI Charge can follow you for years to come, but the stakes might be higher if someone was seriously hurt in the accident. If you were arrested for OUI and are facing the criminal charges for that, you might also find yourself [Read More]

What Are the Crimes I’m Most Likely to Face Charges for In Massachusetts?

Posted on : March 13, 2019
OUI Criminald Defense in Springfield
Common Criminal Charges In Massachusetts Although there are many different crimes that can lead to misdemeanor or felony charges, it is certainly true that some crimes are more common than others. Being aware of the most frequently charged crimes in the state of Massachusetts can help to prepare you if you find yourself facing negative [Read More]

What Is Casino Crime in Massachusetts?

Posted on : March 6, 2019
Any crime, including theft, allegations of OUI, or assault carries with it significant consequences. When police begin to suspect that a particular area is home to a lot of crime, they tend to increase their presence in the area. Unfortunately, as word spreads throughout law enforcement that a new neighborhood, business, or particular area is [Read More]

DWI, DUI and OUI: What is the Difference in Massachusetts?

Posted on : February 22, 2019
In all states throughout the country, it’s illegal to drink and drive. This is important to know especially if you often travel across state lines or go on vacation, because different states have different approaches to arresting people for DUIs. Sometimes these violations even have different names entirely. Someone new to Massachusetts might be confused [Read More]

What Is an OUI Police Report and Why Does it Matter?

Posted on : February 13, 2019
Attorney for OUI Arrest in Hampden
Have you recently been arrested for OUI in Massachusetts? You need to be familiar with all pieces of evidence that could prove helpful in defending your case. If you fail to take action immediately after being arrested, you could give up options to protect your clean record, your insurance rates, or even your right to [Read More]