DUI Case Results (2017)

August 2017

Wareham District Court OUI 1st offense charge dismissed In this case, the client had his case dismissed as the officer was not available for trial after the Commonwealth's previously requested a continuance.

Date: August 22, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Plymouth District Court not guilty OUI 1st offense with a .18 breath test and client allegedly failing 4 field sobriety tests In this case, the client was charged with a first offense OUI by the Duxbury Police Department. The defendant was alleged to be swerving in and out of lanes and the officer claimed the defendant nearly hit another vehicle at an intersection. After performing field sobriety tests such as the nine-step walk and turn and the one leg stand, the officer alleged the client was extremely unsteady on her feet and was ultimately arrested with and charged with OUI. The officer claimed that the client performed poorly on the field sobriety tests; however, on cross examination of the one leg stand exercise, he acknowledged not recalling how long the client had her foot in the air. The officer was forced to concede that she may have showed good balance on that exercise. The breath test of .18 was excluded from evidence after Attorney DelSignore filed a motion to join the breath test litigation. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty.

Date: August 16, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST

OUI out of Framingham District Court client found not guilty after one car accident and .08 breath test In this matter, the defendant was arrested and charged with a first offense OUI by the Natick Police Department after being involved in a one car accident. The officer claimed that at the scene, the client was unsteady on his feet, there was an odor of alcohol and the client had bloodshot and glassy eyes. The officer contended that the defendant failed two field sobriety tests, a nine step walk and turn and one leg stand. The breath test was excluded after litigation regarding the accuracy of the machine. After trial, the client who is an executive was found not guilty, avoiding a conviction for OUI, which would have hindered his job opportunities by limiting his ability to travel to Canada.

Date: August 14, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST

OUI Roadblock out of the Malden District Court, client found not guilty In this case, the defendant was arrested for OUI after being stopped at a roadblock. The defendant was a medical student who the police alleged had alcohol in the car, slurred his speech, had bloodshot eyes and failed field sobriety tests. Further, the Commonwealth relying on a new case tried to admit the defendant's attempt to take a breath test. At trial, the Court denied the Commonwealth request to admit the refusal into evidence. The officer was cross examined at trial regarding how he did not put in his report how long the defendant had his leg up. The officer acknowledged not remembering the length of time the leg was in the air. He also was crossed examined as to how he did not indicate in the report any heal to toe steps were missed on the back 9 of the nine step walk and turn. After trial in the Malden District Court, the defendant was found not guilty, avoiding any possible harm to his future as a doctor and avoiding a first offense OUI conviction.

Date: August 4, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

2nd Offense OUI not guilty Hingham District Court In this case, the client was charged with a second offense OUI by the Hingham police department and the defendant submitted to a breath test with a result of a .26. There were several pretrial motions in this case that made all the difference in the outcome. At a motion hearing, Attorney Julie Gaudreau got the breath test excluded from evidence after convincing the judge that the proper procedures were not followed in administering the test. Additionally, at a motion to suppress statements, the defendant statement that he had 3 drinks was excluding leaving the only evidence of alcohol consumption 2 drinks. At trial, the officer testified that the defendant ran a red light and failed field sobriety tests. The officer tried to testify that the defendant only had his foot up for six seconds, but was confronted with prior testimony where he agreed that the client balanced for 30 seconds. After a jury trial in Hingham District Court, the defendant was found not guilty of a Second Offense OUI, avoiding a two year license loss and at minimum having to attend a 14 day in-patient program.

Date: August 3, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Not guilty OUI Drugs charges out of Attleboro District Court In this case, the client was charged with OUI marijuana out of the Attleboro District Court. He was arrested by the Mansfield police and alleged to have failed field sobriety tests, admitted to smoking marijuana and hospital records showed some marijuana in his system. At trial, Attorney DelSignore argued that the field tests do not correlate to impairment by marijuana, citing a case our office is working on before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Further, it was argued that there was no evidence that marijuana caused the alleged erratic driving as opposed to some medical condition. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI drugs.

Date: August 2, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS
July 2017

Framingham District Court, .19 Breath test client found not guilty after trial, involving a one car accident. In this case, the defendant was charged with a 1st offense OUI after being arrested by the Framingham Police Department. The client submitted to a breath test with a result of .19. After a motion in limine to exclude the test was denied, we joined the consolidated appeal where Attorney DelSignore had about 20 clients have their breath test results excluded from the litigation. The case proceeded to trial; the defendant crashed her car into a parked car and was alleged to have performed very poorly on field tests. At trial, one of the officers contradicted the arresting officer after cross examination by Attorney DelSignore. Additionally, photos of the scene showed that the car was illegally parked, that the surface of the area was not flat and a booking photo showed that the client did not look drunk. After trial, the client was found not guilty of a first offense OUI. This avoided a further license loss which could have cost the client her job.

Date: July 25, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST

2nd Offense OUI out of Ayer District Court not guilty after Jury Trial In this case, the defendant was arrested for OUI by the Groton police and the case was heard in the Ayer District Court. The defendant was alleged to have crossed the marked lanes, failed field sobriety tests and had alcohol in the car. The defendant was also alleged to have admitted that he drank too much. At trial, the defendant testified rebutting the officer's statement as to what he said to the officer and denied feeling impaired by alcohol. After a jury trial, the defendant was found not guilty of both OUI and negligent operation. The defendant avoided a two year license for OUI and having to at minimum attend a 14 day in-patient program.

Date: July 24, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

.10 Breath test Client found not guilty In this matter, the client was arrested with OUI after committing several marked lane violations and allegedly failing field sobriety tests. The client submitted to a breath test with a result of .10. At trial, DelSignore Law was able to show that the breath test results did not reflect the Blood alcohol content at the time of driving. The client was found not guilty under both theories of OUI the per se theory and the impairment theory based on the officer's observations. The client avoided any further license loss associated with an OUI charge.

Date: July 21, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST

OUI 1st Offense Client found not guilty out of the Worcester District Court Client charged with a first offense OUI out of the District Court by the Northborough police department. The client was alleged to have crossed the marked lanes, failed field sobriety tests. The officer claimed that the client was unsteady getting out of the car and had slurred speech. On cross examination, Attorney DelSignore discredited the officer's opinion on the field sobriety tests. Further, a booking video revealed that the client's speech sounded normally and he did not appear under the influence of alcohol. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI 1st offense.

Date: July 17, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Not Guilty OUI Offense from Concord District Court Client charged with a First Offense OUI out of the Concord District Court. The client was arrested by a State trooper who claimed that the defendant committed two lane violations. At trial, the officer admitted on cross examination to following the defendant by 2 car lengths. Essentially, the officer admitted to riding the defendant's bumper as often State Troopers do on the rode. The officer testified that the defendant did horrible on the field sobriety tests. Attorney DelSignore contrasted the field tests with other areas where the defendant had good balance. After trial, the Jury found the defendant not guilty of OUI.

Date: July 13, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Not Guilty 1st Offense OUI Falmouth District Court In this case, the defendant who had out-of-state plates was stopped by the Falmouth Police for crossing the marked lanes and going through a red light. The defendant was alleged to have slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and a strong odor of alcohol. The officers claimed that the defendant failed two field sobriety tests. At trial, Attorney DelSignore demonstrated that the defendant could not stop for the light, showed that the officers had differing opinions of what observations they had and that the defendant did very well on the field exercises considering all the the things she got right. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty, avoiding further license suspension in Massachusetts and her home state.

Date: July 11, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS
June 2017

.14 Client found not guilty out of the Westborough District Court Client charged with first offense OUI after being stopped by the State police out of the Milbury barracks and had her cases heard in the Westborough District Court. The officer claimed that the defendant failed 2 field sobriety tests, had an odor of alcohol on her and that her eyes appeared bloodshot and glassy. The client took a breath test which registered .14. Despite the breath test coming into trial, Attorney DelSignore convinced the judge that the results were not reliable enough to convict the defendant of OUI under the per se prong. The Judge found the defendant not guilty under oath the per se and impairment theory after a bench trial.

Date: June 29, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Client avoid OUI conviction out of Falmouth District Court despite civilian testimony on erratic driving. The defendant was charged with a 1st offense OUI out of the Falmouth District Court and was arrested by a State Trooper. It was alleged that the defendant was unsteady on his feet and failed field sobriety tests. The officer testified to the defendant driving erratically and weaving in and out of his lane on the Bourne Bridge. A civilian witness also testified at trial about the defendant erratic operation. At trial, Attorney DelSignore obtained important testimony from the civilian witness about the weather that the officer did not recall. The Trooper was cross examined about the defendant's performance on the field sobriety tests. The Trooper acknowledged many of the things that the defendant did correct and admitted that the field exercises can be subjective. After a six hour deliberation, the jury was unable to agree resulting in Hung Jury. The defendant was found guilty on the negligent operation charge. After the Hung Jury on the OUI charge, Attorney DelSignore was able to work out a resolution avoiding a retrial on the case. The client ultimately obtained a dismissal of the OUI charge after a two day jury trial.

Date: June 20, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

In this case, Attorney DelSignore was able to obtain a dismissal of the case on the trial date after the Commonwealth was unable to proceed at trial.

Date: June 13, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

2nd Offense OUI Sobriety Checkpoint Arrest from Taunton District Court, .16 breath test found not guilty In this case, the client was arrested at a sobriety checkpoint. The client was alleged to have slurred speech, a strong odor of alcohol, bloodshot and glassy eyes, failing both the one leg stand and nine step walk and turn. The client took a breath test which read .16. After length litigation, the breath test was excluded from evidence. Attorney DelSignore discredited the officer's opinion and emphasized that if an officer permits a person to drive into the screening area, that should provide reasonable doubt. Additionally, it was point out that the Commonwealth could not exclude causes other than alcohol for the signs of impairment that the officer testified to. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty.

Date: June 12, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

.10 Breath test out of the Milford District Court, client found not guilty after Trial In this case, the client was arrested by the Hopedale police department and the case was originally heard in the Milford District Court. The client took a breath test which registered a result of .10; the test result was excluded from evidence based on the failure of the State to have procedures at the time of the annual certification of the machine. The case was transferred to Worcester District Court for trial. Attorney DelSignore questioned the officer about how the client performed on the field exercises, pointed out that she did many of the things right on the nine step walk and turn. The officer conceded during cross examination that the client was alert and an edited booking video showed that the client did not appear under the influence of alcohol. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI 1st offense.

Date: June 9, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

.18 breath test, client found not guilty out of the Taunton District Court after Jury Trial The client was charged with OUI 1st offense and arrest by the Rehoboth police department. The client was alleged to have consumed 4 mixed drinks, failed 2 field sobriety tests, crossed the marked lanes and submitted to a breath test that produced a reading of .18. After a motion hearing, the breath test results were excluded as the police department did not follow the proper protocol in administering the test. The case proceeds to jury trial in the Taunton District Court. Attorney DelSignore questioned the officer about the road conditions and the weather as being a cause for any alleged bad driving. On the field sobriety tests, the officer was challenged as to whether a one leg stand test would be reliable for a person the size of my client in the case and on the nine step walk and turn it was argued that the defendant did more things correctly than incorrectly on the exercise. After a short deliberation of about 15 minutes, the Jury came back with a verdict of not guilty on both the OUI charge and negligent operation charge. The client avoided any further license loss associated with an OUI offense.

Date: June 6, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS
May 2017

OUI Drugs charge client get diversionary treatment avoiding any criminal convictionClient charged with an OUI drugs charge out of the Ayer District Court. An OUI drug charge is a difficulty charge for the Commonwealth to prove and in this case there were some evidentiary issues that Attorney DelSignore and Gaudreau pointed out to the prosecutor during the course of the case. As a result, we were able to negotiate a diversionary treatment of the case; the client avoided any conviction for OUI drugs and any license loss associated with the charge. The case will be dismissed after one year.

Date: May 23, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

.14 Breath test out of the Taunton District Court not guilty after Trial In this case, my client was charged with a first offense OUI. The client was alleged to have been speeding back toward his college campus and was stopped by the Easton Police department. The officers claimed that the defendant failed field sobriety tests. The client agreed to a breath test with a result of a .14. After numerous legal challenges to the admissibility of the breath test, the result was excluded. At trial, the officer was crossed examined regarding the many aspects of the field tests that the defendant performed correctly and other evidence that contradicted the officer's opinion that the defendant was impaired. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of a 1st Offense OUI.

Date: May 23, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST

Second Offense Oui out of Newton District Court not guilty Client was charged with a second offense OUI out of the Newton District Court. The police alleged that the client went through a stop sign and was driving erratically. The officer claimed that the defendant failed 2 field sobriety tests, had bloodshot and glassy eyes as well as admitted to consuming 3 drinks. At trial, the defendant testified regarding his driving and the timing of the drinks and what type of alcohol was consumed. The defendant also explained his action on that night. The officer was cross examined on his knowledge of the field tests and deviated from his training on a number of occasions. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty.

Date: May 17, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Dedham District Court: .09 Breath Test Jury finds client not guilty Client charged with a first Offense OUI out of the Dedham District Court. The case originated in Stoughton but was transferred to Dedham for Jury Trial. After a motion hearing to exclude the breath test was denied, we retained an expert to challenge the accuracy of the breath test. At trial, the expert testified to the margin of error of the breath test machine. Also at trial, Attorney DelSignore cross examined the State Trooper regarding the client's performance on the field exercise, with the officer admitting the defendant did very well on the one leg stand. In this trial, the client testified that he only had 2 beers and did not feel impaired. The client's daughter also testified to her observations. After a jury trial, the client was found not guilty of a First Offense OUI.

Date: May 16, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST

.12 Breath test out of Westborough District Court not guilty after trial In this case, the client was charged with a First offense OUI by the Southborough police. The case began in the Westboro District Court and was transferred to Worcester District Court for trial. Attorney DelSignore joined this case to the consolidated breath test litigation. After many years of motions and litigation, the breath test was excluded from evidence. At trial, Attorney DelSignore cross examined the arresting officer to show what the client did correct on the field tests. Video evidence showed that the client complied with many of the officer's requests. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty.

Date: May 9, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST

OUI .15 breath test out of Martha's Vineyard not guilty after trial Client charged with First Offense OUI by the Tisbury police and the case was heard in the Edgartown District Court. The client was on vacation on Martha's Veinyard and was driving on Beach Road; the officer alleged that he saw her cross the center line, and went through the stop sign. The client was alleged to have failed field sobriety tests, including an alphabet test, number count and one leg stand. The officer alleged that there was an open container of alcohol in the car. At the police station, the client agreed to take a breath test which registered .15. After a motion hearing the breath test was excluded from evidence. At trial, Attorney DelSignore cross examined the officer about the field tests. In particular, the officer knowledge not knowing the duration of time the defendant had her foot up; and also testified that he thought someone literally had to touch their feet together on the walk and turn test. When confronted with his police training, the officer acknowledged his error. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of a 1st OUI and the negligent operation charge was dismissed.

Date: May 4, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST
April 2017

Quincy Roadblock found unconstitutional, case dismissed Client charged with First Offense after being stopped at a Roadblock on Route 18 in Weymouth and the case was heard in the Quincy District Court. After a lengthly 2 day motion, the judge found that the procedures used to establish the roadblock were not complied with. The Court found that the officer did not properly greet my client as required under the State police plan that governs roadblocks. The client took a breath test which was .15, but the case was dismissed based on the successful motion to suppress.

Date: April 21, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

.10 breath test client found not guilty Client was charged with a First Offense Oui out of the New Bedford District Court. The client was alleged to have driven erratically, failed a one leg stand test. The client agreed to take a breath test and the result was .10. The breath test was excluded from evidence at trial. At trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI.

Date: April 11, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST

Not Guilty First Offense OUI Boston Municipal Court Jury Trial In this case, the client was charged with a first offense OUI out of the Boston Municipal Court. The client was alleged to have been speeding, had difficulty with balance on the field sobriety tests and getting out of the car. At trial, Attorney DelSignore was able to have the officer concede that the client did very well on the nine step walk and turn, and showed the jury the things that the client did correct to rebut the officer's opinion that he was under the influence of alcohol. After a Jury trial, The jury returned a verdict of not guilty within 10 minutes.

The client lost his license only for three months for the charge as a result of the not guilty verdict and the refusal suspension being overturned after an appeal to the district court.

Date: April 10, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS
March 2017

Under 21 Driver Found not guilty of OUI Client charged with 1st offense OUI by the Bridgewater police department and the case was heard in the Brockton District Court. The client was under 21 and was alleged to have committed some civil traffic infraction; he was alleged to have slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and bring unsteady getting out of the car. The officer testified that he failed 4 field sobriety tests, including the alphabet test. After cross examination, it was pointed out that the defendant did many things correctly in operating his car, during the field tests and did not look impaired in the booking video. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty.

Date: March 30, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

2nd Offense OUI not Guilty after Jury Trial in Worcester District Court In this case, the client was charged with a 2nd offense OUI out of the Westborough District Court, by the Northborough police and the case went to Worcester District Court for trial. Julie Gaudreau handled the trial for DelSignore Law and was very effective in cross examining the arresting officer, to show the areas where the client did well on the field tests and to minimize any claims of erratic driving. Evidence of roadwork was presented to offset claims that the defendant crossed the double yellow lines. Her performance impressed the trial judge who called our office to praise her performance. After a jury trial, the defendant was found not guilty. The defendant was a lawyer and would have faced professional discipline if there was a conviction.

Date: March 20, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Open Containers Obtained by State Police Excluded From Evidence and Client Found Not Guilty of First Offense OUI and Negligent Operation In this case, the client was charged with a First Offense OUI and negligent operation charge after being arrested by the Massachusetts State Police and transferred to the Dartmouth police barracks. The case was heard in the New Bedford District Court. After a motion to suppress, the court ruled that the open containers of alcohol was illegally seized and excluded them from evidence. At trial, two State Troopers testified; Attorney DelSignore confronted them about their recollection of the incident, point out inconsistencies and used a booking video to show that the client did not appear under the influence of alcohol. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty.

Date: March 7, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

RMV Grant Client Hardship License DelSignore appeared at the RMV to assist a client with a hardship license. The RMV granted the work license, assign the client in moving forward with employment.

Date: March 6, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Boston Municipal Court First Offense OUI Dismissed Client charged with First Offense OUI and the case was hard in the Boston Municipal Court. After several motions hearings, and after a motion to dismiss, the case was dismissed as the prosecutor was not prepare to go forward with the case.

Date: March 5, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS
February 2017

2nd Offense OUI Case Dismissed After Breath Test Excluded from Evidence Client charged with OUI 2nd offense out of the Chelsea District Court. Attorney DelSignore was able to get the breath test excluded from evidence. When the case was scheduled for trial, Attorney DelSignore was able to persuade the judge to dismiss the case as the Commonwealth was not ready for two trial dates.

Date: February 21, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST

Leominster District Court First Offense OUI Roadblock Case Dismissed In this case, the client was charged with a First Offense OUI after being stopped at a roadblock. The case was heard in the Leominster District Court. After several motion hearings in the case, the Commonwealth could not produce an essential witness, resulting in the dismissal of the case.

Date: February 17, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Hardship License Approved Early After DelSignore Law Appears at Board of Appeals DelSignore Law appeared at the Board of Appeals to obtain a hardship license prior to the expiration of the typical one year waiting period for a hardship; the Board approved a hardship license after six month allowing the client to get his license back six months earlier based on his work hardship as well as the documentation presented to the Board of Appeals.

Date: February 16, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Rhode Island Client Found Not Guilty, Avoiding both Massachusetts and Rhode Island License Suspensions Client charged with 1st offense OUI by the Mendon police. The case began in the Milford District Court and was transferred to Worcester for trial. At trial, the officer testified that the client was swerving on the road, crossed the marked lanes and made a turn from the wrong lane. Additionally, the officer claimed that the defendant failed 3 field sobriety tests. At trial, Attorney DelSignore confronted the officer about the condition of the road and the extent of the traffic infractions; challenged the officer on how he conducted the field sobriety tests and whether the client was given the proper instructions. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty. Since the client had a Rhode Island license, the client avoided not only an additional 45 suspension in Massachusetts, but between a three and six month suspension in Rhode Island.

Date: February 1, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS
January 2017

Malden District Court OUI Roadblock Client found Not Guilty After Arresting Officer is Cross Examined Client stopped at an OUI Roadblock in Everett, Massachusetts and brought to the Malden District Court. Two officers testified that the defendant failed field sobriety tests, had an odor of alcohol and glassy eyes. After cross examination of the arresting officer, Attorney DelSignore obtained numerous concessions including an admission as to the substantial number of things that the client did correct in performing the exercise. After Jury trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI.

Date: January 30, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Client Arrested by State Police Found Not Guilty After Breath Test Machine and Officer's Observations are Discredited In this case, the defendant was arrested by the State police Dartmouth barracks and the case was heard in the New Bedford District Court. The defendant was alleged to have driven erratically and field field sobriety tests. The defendant also took a breath test which registered .09. After trial, Attorney DelSignore convinced the Court that the machine has a margin of error and discredited the officers observations of impairment through cross examination and playing the booking video of the defendant. The defendant was found not guilty under both the per se prong over .08 and under an impairment theory.

Date: January 27, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST

Fitchburg District Court OUI Drugs Client Avoids License Loss In this case, the client was charged with OUI drugs out of the Fitchburg District Court along with other misdemeanor offenses. On the day of trial, Attorney DelSignore negotiated with the district attorney a dismissal of the OUI charge in exchange for a plea on the misdemeanor offense. The client did not lose his license for OUI drugs and face additional license suspensions.

Date: January 10, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Judge Dismisses 1st Offense OUI out of Boston Municipal Court Client charged with a first offense OUI and a breath test of .08. The case was scheduled for trial in the Boston Municipal Court. After hiring an expert to appear, the Commonwealth was not ready for trial and as a result the judge allowed a motion to dismiss the case.

Date: January 5, 2017 Category: BREATH TEST

1st Offense OUI License Loss Overturned after Appeal to the Boston Municipal Court In this case, client was charged with a 1st offense OUI and lost his license for 6 months for refusing the breath test. After appearing at the RMV and having the reinstatement request denied, we appealed to the Boston Municipal Court where the suspension was overturned, and the client was allowed to drive prior to the expiration of the six month period.

Date: January 5, 2017 Category: OUI ACCIDENTS
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