Massachusetts Drunk Driving Defense Lawyers
The stakes are very high in drunk driving cases. You could lose your driving privileges, pay significant fines and go to jail. You really cannot afford anything less than the most aggressive and creative DUI defense lawyers.
At the Massachusetts DUI Defense Group, you will find a team of lawyers who concentrate on drunk driving law. Our attorneys include former prosecutors who know the Massachusetts criminal justice system and how DUI/OUI is prosecuted in each court throughout the state.
Don't take chances with your future. Talk to a Massachusetts DUI defense lawyer today. Contact our Springfield and Worcester criminal and DUI defense lawyers to schedule a FREE initial consultation by calling (800) 82-DEFENSE (1-800-823-3336).
Consequences of a DUI/OUI Conviction
According to some experts, the Commonwealth is one of the toughest jurisdictions in the country when it comes to prosecuting DUI cases and it has the harshest penalties, even for first-time offenders. Criminal penalties for a DUI conviction can include:
- Revoked or suspended driver's license
- Mandatory substance abuse programs
- Jail or prison time
- Community service
- Restitution for property damage
- Monitoring with an ignition interlock device
- Restricted or hardship license
For many people, the most challenging penalty is a criminal record. This can follow you for years, resulting in consequences such as lost employment opportunities and increased insurance costs.
Some of our DUI defense attorneys have built their careers around overcoming seemingly impossible challenges such as strong Breathalyzer test evidence. We thrive on these challenges and take pride in our ability to find unique ways to get past them and protect your future from the consequences of a Massachusetts OUI conviction.
In addition to challenging evidence provided by false readings or improperly calibrated Breathalyzer equipment, our attorneys explore defenses based on the field sobriety test (FST) and other measurements used by law enforcement.
What's Wrong With a Public Defender?
There are many reasons to obtain your own lawyer rather than using a public defender. These lawyers are often terribly overworked young attorneys. This means that they seldom have time to build a comprehensive case, evaluate the evidence, interview witnesses and explore your options. Just as important, public defenders are government employees who are available only during regular office hours. Our DUI attorneys are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and you can call us at any time.
Contact Our Massachusetts DUI Defense Law Firm to Learn More
Call (800) 82-DEFENSE (1-800-823-3336) to schedule your FREE initial consultation today. Take charge of your life and your future. Or complete our online contact form and we will get back to you promptly.