Have you been arrested for Driving Under the Influence of alcohol, liquor or drugs? Do you want to find a way to keep your driver’s license?
Then it is important that you do not make the mistake of waiting to speak with an attorney about your case. The sooner you contact us for a free initial consultation, the sooner we can help with your defense.
Our Brockton, MA DUI Defense Attorneys Will Try to Help You Keep Your License
If you want to keep your license, you should hire an experienced Massachusetts DUI lawyer to represent you in front of the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV). In the event you do lose your license, our attorneys can file an appeal and have your case heard before the RMV appellate board. These hearings are also very important to developing your defense strategy for your criminal case. By taking quick and aggressive action, we help clients protect their driving privileges and build a strong defense to fight a potential OUI/DUI conviction.
- OUI/DUI Penalties
- Breathalyzer Test
- Breath Test Refusal
- Field Sobriety Test
- Melanie’s Law
- Hardship Licenses
Were You Involved in an Accident while OUI?
The penalties and charges for OUI are different if you have been involved in an accident while operating a vehicle under the influence.
You face much more severe consequences such as incarceration in state prison and a felony charge when you are involved in an accident and arrested for OUI. These charges are further enhanced should the accident result in injury or death to another party.
We can help. For a free consultation contact a Boston area OUI/DWI lawyer with a track record of success you can count on.
A Conviction of Operating Under the Influence of Driving While Intoxicated Will Result in Serious Consequences
If you were arrested for an OUI/DUI, you are facing two different cases against you. The first is a case that involves the status of your drivers license in Massachusetts and the other involves the criminal case and criminal penalties if found guilty.
An OUI (Operating Under the Influence) or DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) conviction in Massachusetts will result in very serious consequences such as expensive fines, costly and inconvenient classes, a permanent mark on your record, a lengthy drivers license suspension, and even jail time.
The consequences of a criminal conviction are serious, and a conviction will follow you for the rest of your life. Even in the short-term, the consequences of an OUI conviction are very high. The average cost of an OUI in Massachusetts exceeds $10,000 when you include court costs, fines, penalties, increased insurance costs, etc. This does not include the potential financial impact of losing your job or being denied other career opportunities in the future. These are just a few of the reasons why you need an experienced, knowledgeable and proven DUI defense lawyer to handle your DUI Defense.
Experienced Plymouth County Attorney For the Best Defense Against OUI/DWI Charges
The Noonan Defense Firm in Brockton, Massachusetts, can provide you with the legal defense and representation you need to fight your OUI criminal charges. Our Boston Drunk Driving Attorneys will review the facts of your stop, investigate the facts of your arrest and develop a defense strategy to fight your criminal prosecution.
Attorney Noonan is a former Assistant District Attorney for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He is familiar with arrest procedures, chemical and field sobriety testing as well as the strategy and tactics employed by the prosecution in a case against an individual arrested and charged with Operating Under the Influence. This trial experience is invaluable when you need an attorney to thoroughly investigate your case and to maximize the opportunities for reducing your charge or having your case dismissed all together.
Charged with DUI/OUI? Talk to A DUI Attorney For Free
No matter where you are located, we are just a phone call away. Call us to schedule a free no-obligation case review and consultation at (508) 584-6955 and you will have taken your first step to find out how best to confront this important matter. You can also click here to use our Free Case Evaluation Form.