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Can an OUI Lawyer Really Make a Difference in Court?

Posted on : August 14, 2018
No one wants to be in the unfortunate situation of seeing the flashing lights behind them and having to pull over. It can become even more overwhelming when accused of drinking and driving under the influence, especially if you were not engaged in this behavior at the time. When you can pick back through the […]
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Why You Should Stay Off Social Media After a DUI

Posted on : September 19, 2017
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It’s no secret that social media is everywhere these days. But not all of your personal business should be put up on platforms like Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. No matter how much you feel the need to share your ups and downs with the world, it’s best to stay off of social media in some […]
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Underage Drinking and Driving Laws in Massachusetts

Posted on : June 24, 2017
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Drinking and driving at any age is an offense that carries stiff penalties in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. However, these penalties are even harsher if you are under the age of 21 when arrested for an OUI. Here’s what you need to know about underage drinking and driving laws and how an experienced OUI lawyer can […]
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Massachusetts Underage DUI

Posted on : February 17, 2017
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The Legal BAC for Minors is Not 0.08{9cf3d661798bdd1a21596d96d864c58fbc0f2f6fcb790ce31dcab58c5e84cbcc} For drivers over the age of 21, the legal limit of blood alcohol content (BAC) is 0.08{9cf3d661798bdd1a21596d96d864c58fbc0f2f6fcb790ce31dcab58c5e84cbcc}. Anything over that value will most likely result in a DUI charge. For minors, however, the legal limit of blood alcohol content is just 0.02{9cf3d661798bdd1a21596d96d864c58fbc0f2f6fcb790ce31dcab58c5e84cbcc}, which is very, very low. […]

Not Guilty of 2nd Offense OUI and License Ordered Restored

Posted on : September 6, 2016
Following a spirited battle with the Commonwealth’s top district court prosecutor and a police officer who is one of the best witnesses I face on a consistent basis, a jury agreed with us, after deliberating (and asking a question), and found my client NOT GUILTY.  After 15 minutes of deliberation, the jury sent the judge […]