Two types of “out-of-state OUI” charges are possible – one affects Massachusetts residents, and the other involves state visitors. Each situation can lead to severe consequences, including fines, jail time, and license suspension. In addition, Massachusetts has a lifetime lookback period for OUI, which differs from many states that look back five or ten years.
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If you were charged with a drunk driving offense while out of state or charged when visiting Massachusetts, you may feel overwhelmed and confused about what to do. Please meet with our OUI defense attorney, who will evaluate the issues and develop a plan. You work hard for your money and deserve the level of service Gilman Law delivers. Regarding restoring your driver’s license, actions are taken immediately to get you back behind the wheel efficiently and legally.