Massachusetts Out-of-State DUI Defense Lawyer
Massachusetts law requires the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) to view an out-of-state conviction "as if said violation had occurred in the Commonwealth." This means that if you had a DUI conviction in New York and then received another one some years later in Massachusetts, you could be treated as a repeat offender.
Count on the Massachusetts DUI Defense Group to review every detail in your case to obtain a successful result for you. Whether you are attempting to sort out your license issue here in Massachusetts or reside in another state but had your license suspended here, we can help you. Many things can be done to challenge the evidence on hand, and our lawyers have the knowledge to do that for you.
Contact an attorney at our law firm for a FREE initial consultation. Call us at (800) 82-DEFENSE (1-800-823-3336) to make an appointment at one of our local offices. We answer our phones and return calls 24/7/365 — weekends, holidays, evenings.
Was Your Massachusetts License Revoked in Another State?
If your license was suspended or revoked while you were visiting another state, your Massachusetts license will also be suspended or revoked. The Commonwealth will require you to have your license reinstated in the other state prior to having your Massachusetts license reinstated.
Did You Receive a Massachusetts DUI While Visiting Here?
If you were visiting or briefly living in Massachusetts and you were charged with a DUI in this state, Massachusetts will report the charge to your home state, which likely will also suspend your license.
Help Is Available
If you find yourself in either of these situations, don't wait to get help. Contact the Massachusetts DUI Defense Group to find out about your options and rights and to start protecting yourself and your driving privileges. For a FREE case evaluation about your out-of-state OUI charge, fill out our online form or call (800) 82-DEFENSE (1-800-823-3336) to make an appointment at one of our local offices.