06

Apr

Can I Get A CDL After A DUI?

A commercial driver's license (CDL) allows a driver to legally operate a commercial motor vehicle. The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) regulates who can operate commercial vehicles and applicants may apply at the age of 18. However, according to Federal R...

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06

Apr

Minor DUI: The Consequences Of Underage Drunk Driving

A Minor DUI charge or an underage driver operating under the influence (OUI) is a serious offense that can dramatically impact your future. Massachusetts has a zero-tolerance policy for people drinking and driving under 21. Once arrested, you will be asked to consent to a ch...

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06

Apr

DUI Blood Test: Overview And Laws

When you are arrested in Massachusetts for a DUI/OUI, the arresting officer has the right to perform a breathalyzer or chemical test to confirm their suspicion that you are driving while intoxicated. In Massachusetts, state law says that by driving a car, an individual has alread...

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06

Apr

What Happens After A DUI Resulting In Death?

DUI cases that lead to death are high risk and must be addressed immediately. These offenses should be taken seriously and addressed by an experienced professional. In Massachusetts, if you are involved in a DUI that results in a death, the state can charge you with&n...

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06

Apr

Field Sobriety Test In Massachusetts

Field sobriety tests are roadside tests administered when a police officer suspects a driver could be operating under the influence. If an officer requires a person to take the sobriety test, more likely than not, the officer has already determined they will be arrested for an&nb...

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06

Apr

Can A Motion To Suppress Help Your DUI Case?

Motions to Suppress can help exclude evidence or statements when obtained illegally or against procedure. Your DUI attorney can file Motion's to Suppress in the court where your criminal charges are pending which is a written request to the court to do something. What Is A...

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06

Apr

What Is A Continuance Without A Finding (CWOF)?

In Massachusetts, a Continuance Without a Finding (CWOF) is a plea when a defendant is charged with a criminal offense including an OUI offense. The defendant admits that there are sufficient facts that a jury could find them guilty. If the court accepts the continuance with...

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06

Apr

Breathalyzer Test: Laws And Overview

Drivers under arrest in Massachusetts for Operating Under the Influence (OUI) will be asked to submit to a chemical test to determine their Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC). This is an “implied consent” state, meaning that if a driver is arrested for an OUI, the...

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06

Apr

Top Reasons Why A DUI Case Can Be Dismissed

Getting charged with a DUI does not mean you are guilty.If you are facing DUI charges, there are chances that your DUI case can be dismissed. Consult with an experienced attorney about your unique case to see what opportunities you have to get the case dismissed or re...

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06

Apr

Life After Multiple DUIs

A DUI conviction can seriously impact your life long after your arrest and conviction.Even having a clean record before being charged with a DUI could still turn your life upside down. Having an attorney represent you after getting arrested with a DUI can impact the l...

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