Brighton DUI Lawyer
As an OUI Lawyer in Brighton, a common reason motorist are stopped for drunk driving in Brighton is as a result of a Sobriety Checkpoint or Roadblock. Roadblocks are designed to stop every car and often when someone is arrested at a roadblock present winnable cases at trial as there is no evidence of erratic driving, in most cases.
Recent Case in Brighton:
My client was arrested by a State Trooper that frequently arrests people. I was able to get a breath test excluded from this case prior to the trial. At trial, the arresting officer testified that the client was speeding and weaving, and that he failed part of the field sobriety test. This client was found not guilty.
Regardless of how your OUI arrest arose, whether through a roadblock or routine motorist vehicle stop, it is important to hire an OUI Lawyer so that you understand your defenses to the case, what evidence may come in at trial. Many who read their police report wrong assume that everything in the police report will be said at trial. This is not the case. Motion hearings are a step in the process of fighting an OUI charge to attempt to exclude evidence from trial. There are other procedures prior to trial to limit what evidence can be heard by the jury.
Michael DelSignore draws on years of experience to effectively represent clients in the Brighton District Court. Attorney DelSignore represents clients facing all types of misdemeanor and felony charges, including drunk driving (DUI), operating under the influence (OUI) and other serious traffic charges. He makes protecting a client's driving privileges and he aggressively defends them against drunk driving and operating under the influence charges that can result in jail time and the loss or suspension of their driving license.
Brighton District Court is located at 52 Academy Hill Road in Brighton in Suffolk County; the Court hears cases from the following towns and also will hear State Police Arrests; State Police Arrest make up a large portion of the Courts OUI cases.
If you were stopped at a roadblock, you may have questions about this. You can read more about roadblocks and how Attorney DelSignore handles roadblock cases here.
You may call Michael DelSignore at 781-686-5924 for a free and confidential consultation to discuss your defense. Most calls are returned immediately so if you have an urgent question, feel free to call. He has offices conveniently located all throughout Massachusetts, including one in Dedham and Stoughton.