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Not Guilty Of OUI-Suspended Licence Restored 4 Months Early

Posted on : September 14, 2017
When you refuse a breathalyzer after being arrested for OUI, your license is suspended for 180 days.  However, your chances of winning the case, at trial, increase, exponentially.  My strategy, in those cases, is to request a trial date ASAP in order to get the license reinstated with out having to wait for 6 months. […]

Arraignments Sell Papers And Dismissals Do Not

Posted on : September 3, 2017
As is usually the case, the press covered, at length, (because of his profession) the fact that my client was arrested and charged with OUI .  Well, his case was dismissed, prior to trial, and there was not even a sniff by a reporter.

Judge Throws Out All Evidence In OUI Case.

Posted on : August 22, 2017
A police officer saw my client LEGALLY parked on the side of the road as the officer was driving by.  My client was doing nothing out of the ordinary and began driving away as the officer drove by.  The officer then turned around and followed my client and stopped him a quarter mile down the […]

Deconstructing An OUI Case

Posted on : February 25, 2017
Winning an OUI case can sometimes happen long before you go to a jury trial, if the issue is spotted and appropriately exploited.  A very good example of this happened recently with a client who was charged with OUI.  After she was stopped by the police, she was immediately placed under arrest for failing to […]

Not Guilty of OUI 4th Offense

Posted on : September 18, 2016
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After a very challenging trial, a jury returned a verdict of Not Guilty of OUI Liquor (4th Offense), at 4:35pm last week.  I have had a few trials and motions to suppress that have involved this particular State Trooper and he has always been the most difficult to cross examine on the witness stand.  His […]