Concord OUI Lawyer
Trial Tips after a Successful Jury Verdict in the Concord District Court
If you have been charged with an OUI/DUI, it is important to find a lawyer that is familiar with the judicial system in your area. Attorney DelSignore regularly handles cases out of the Concord District Court and because his law practice focuses exclusively on DUI defense, he is very familiar with the best defenses to these cases.
Not only does drunk-driving law vary from state to state, but counties in Massachusetts also sometimes differ in their handling of OUI cases. While for the most part it is the same, there are some differences that you should understand.
If you are arrested and your case is brought to Concord District Court, one of the following police departments would have made the arrest. Here are some specifics regarding the type of evidence you may get from each police department. I have had OUI cases with each of the police departments that have their cases heard in Concord District Court.
Lincoln Police Department: This department should have a video of the booking process;
Maynard Police Department: You should also expect to find a video of the booking from this department, though it will not have any sound.
Concord Police; Lexington Police; Acton, Stow, Bedford and Carlisle Police.
And State Police in the jurisdiction of the Concord Court.
- The Concord District Court was selected as the host Court for Breath Test hearing challenging the reliability of the Alcotest 9510. Many of our clients have had their cases stayed while this matter is pending in the district court.
- The consequences of an OUI/DUI conviction are significant and can impact your life in both indirect and direct ways. Many people who have been convicted may experience relationship breakdowns, loss of a job and community stigmatization.
- Attorney DelSignore is defends OUI cases throughout Massachusetts, has published books on the topic, does educational seminars teaching other lawyers how to defend these cases, and is well known in the Concord District Court.
Concord is part of Middlesex county. Other communities served by the Concord district court are: Acton, Bedford, Carlisle, Concord, Lexington, Lincoln, Maynard and Stow.
Concord District Court is located at:
305 Walden Street
Concord, MA 01742
When you enter the Court, the First Session courtroom is where all arraignments and pretrial hearings are typically heard.
If you are in court for the first time for an arraignment, it is important you check into the probation department before court beginnings so that your case is called. The probation department in the Concord District Court is located directly across from the First Session Court room.
Concord district court mainly handles misdemeanor charges, such as first offense DUI/OUI cases. With a Concord OUI, you can expect your case to follow a certain process: arraignment, pretrial, motion hearings and the eventual trial.
- First Offense OUI/DUI charges are extremely common in Concord District Court so it is important to have a lawyer that can represent you to the extent you deserve and show the judge why the prosecution’s case against you is weak.
The Concord District Court
Attorney DelSignore is has been serving clients in the Greater Boston area for many years and has dealt with many cases in the Concord area. He knows how the Concord court works and how harsh the judicial system can be with drunk-driving charges.
If you have any questions, you can call Attorney DelSignore at 781-686-5924 or 508-455-4755 to arrange for a free office appointment or download his free book on Understanding Massachusetts DUI laws.