For students and parents alike, charges of underage drinking, shoplifting, disorderly conduct, drug possession, date rape or assault can bring concern and questions about future consequences. Will this affect my financial aid? Will this affect my child's job prospects? What can I do to keep my record clean?
Often, a conviction for underage drinking, drugs or even driving with a suspended license can become part of a student's permanent record. At the Massachusetts criminal law firm of the Massachusetts DUI Defense Group, we have helped numerous students and other young people keep their records clean. Do you face OUI-under 21 or other college crimes as a student of ...
- Holyoke Community College?
- Westfield State University?
- Springfield College?
- Western New England College?
- Smith College?
- American International College?
- Berkshire Community College?
- Greenfield Community College?
- Mount Holyoke College?
- Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts?
- Hampshire College?
- Amherst College?
We can work to keep your record clean. How? By working with prosecutors for a disposition so that your charge does not go on your permanent record.
Dispositions involve an agreement between the charged person and the court. The court may allow the accused to take alcohol education classes, anger management classes, provide community service or submit to some other consequences in exchange for a clean record.
Often, college students and their parents do not fully understand the severity of college offenses. For more information about your rights or the rights of your child, call our Amherst criminal lawyers and western Massachusetts criminal defense attorneys at (800) 82-DEFENSE (1-800-823-3336).
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In today's economic environment, many defendants qualify for the services of a public defender. These state-paid attorneys, often called "public pretenders," have increasing caseloads — now more than ever — and some public attorneys do not even look at your case until you arrive in court. If you are either unemployed or underemployed, you may feel as though you have no choice but to team with a public defender because private fees are simply too high.
That is not the case at the Massachusetts DUI Defense Group. Our Springfield defense team has the reputation of providing exceptional legal defense at competitive rates, starting at just $1,500. Payment plans are available to qualified clients who face trial in the weeks and months ahead. To learn more, call us at (800) 82-DEFENSE (1-800-823-3336).