Operating Under the Influence (OUI)

Hiring an Attorney for OUI/DUI charges in Massachusetts

For any of the issues listed below, we can be reached 24/7 at (508) 269-3051 or during business hours you can call our main office at (508) 880-6677.

If you have been arrested or charged with Operating Under the Influence (OUI) you are already discovering the complicated procedures to get your license back.  It is important to hire an attorney to represent you if you have been charged with either Operating Under the Influence for drugs or alcohol due to the consequences on your license and potential for jail time. An experienced attorney can help you navigate the complex laws that can prevent you from getting your license back. If your license was suspended for refusing a breath test the only way to get your license back before the 6 month minimum loss of license is to have your case dismissed or be found not guilty.

If you are going to proceed in your case by having a trial, it is always in your best interest to be represented by an attorney that knows the rules of evidence, the trial procedures, and the best way to defend against these charges. An experienced attorney will also be able to look at the evidence against you and determine what motions need to be filed on your behalf. For example, to admit the results of a breath test against you at trial certain procedures needed to have been adhered to, and an attorney can look at the evidence and see if the proper procedures were followed. If the procedures were not followed your Attorney can file motions to prevent the results of your breath test from being used as evidence against you.

OUI Multiple offense

Additionally, whether or not you have been charged with a second OUI, third OUI, or even fourth offense OUI will have a tremendous impact on what work needs to be done in your case. Massachusetts has mandatory minimum jail time if you have been charged with a multiple offense OUI. You will need an experienced attorney that can ensure that you have been charged correctly, and can advocate on your behalf for a lesser charge which has less severe consequences.

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To Take or Not To Take the Breathalyzer? What you should know about refusing to take a breathalyzer.

Operating Under the Influence of Marijuana and Field Sobriety Testing

Hiring a Massachusetts OUI Attorney

Our OUI Lawyers serve clients for charges in Southeastern Massachusetts with offices in Bristol County, Plymouth County, and Norfolk County. Please contact Cohen Cleary, P.C. and speak to our OUI Attorney’s today at (508) 880-6677 or 24/7 at (508) 269-3051