DUI Case Results

See our recent not guilty verdicts throughout Massachusetts

Below is a list of my recent drunk driving cases where the motorist was found either not guilty or the case was dismissed.

Every drunk driving case is unique so I cannot guarantee any particular result on an OUI charge. In fact, no lawyer can ever guarantee the outcome of a particular case. However, I am able to talk to you about the defenses regarding your case and possible case outcomes. The List of Successful Case Results includes Cases throughout Massachusetts. Attorney DelSignore is well known throughout the State for vigorously defending OUI cases.

February 2020

Nantucket District Court: OUI Drugs charge dismissed In this case, the client was arrested and charged with OUI drugs after being in an accident while on vacation in Nantucket. Attorney DelSignore filed a motion to exclude evidence and presented his argument to the district attorney that the defendant's medical condition would make it impossible for anyone to conclude what caused the accident. The OUI drugs charged was dismissed and the client resolved the negligent operation charge in exchange for the dismissal of the OUI offense.

Category: OUI ACCIDENTS

Concord District Court: 1st Offense OUI not guilty after jury trial In this case, the client was charged with a first Offense OUI after being arrested by the Concord police department. This case was unusual in that the first trial ended in a hung jury. A hung jury is fairly rare; I have had about 4 of them in my career; it is when the jury cannot agree to a unanimous verdict. In most cases, the district attorney will retry the case, meaning that you will have a second trial. In this case, I could not work out a resolution to avoid a trial without a conviction on the OUI. At trial, a civilian witness testified that he thought that the defendant was driving erratically. However, Attorney DelSignore pointed out that the civilian did not get a description of the license plate. The officer testified that the client failed field sobriety tests and had signs of impairment, like slurred speech and bloodshot and glassy eyes. The client did many thinks right, like pull over quickly, provide her license and registration and get out of the car without using it for balance. These signs weigh against someone being impaired. Officer never say in the police report what the client did correct, but Attorney DelSignore can bring these facts out on cross examination. A book video also showed that the defendant did not look impaired. After a very long deliberation of six hours, the defendant was found not guilty.

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Nantucket District Court: OUI alcohol case dismissed In this case, our client was charged with OUI by the Nantucket police department. After negotiation with the prosecutor and consideration of the client's medical condition, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the OUI charge in exchange for a plea on the negligent operation charge. This is an unusual result; it does not happen often, but in this case we were able to obtain this resolution of the case to avoid any OUI conviction for the client.

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Quincy District Court: OUI 3rd Offense Case dismissed In this case, the client was charged with a third offense OUI. The issue in the case was the reliability and veracity of the 911 caller that lead to the stop. At a motion to suppress hearing, the court found that there was not enough information to credit the veracity and basis of knowledge of the caller. As a result the court allowed the motion to suppress, resulting in the dismissal of the case. The client also had a suspension revered for refusing the breath test at a prior date. He was able to retain his driver's license and avoid a mandatory jail sentence.

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Westboro District Court: 1st Offense OUI not guilty after an arrest by the Groton police department In this case, our client was charged with an OUI first offense by the Groton police department. It was alleged that our client was speeding and crossing the marked lanes. At trial, the officer testified that our client failed field sobriety tests and had bloodshot and glassy eyes. Attorney DelSignore cross examined the officer on the fact that our client was a big guy, making it difficult for him to perform a field sobriety test under any condition. In the case, given the driving violations were minor, it was shown that the performance on the field sobriety tests could have easily been caused by the client's physical condition as alcohol. Given this uncertainty in the evidence, there was enough to find the client not guilt as we had shown reasonable doubt. The client was found not guilty after trial, avoiding an OUI conviction.

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Wrentham District Court: OUI 2nd offense case dismissed. In this case, our client was stopped by the Walpole police based on an alleged 911 call regarding his sobriety. For a 911 call to be admissible, the Commonwealth needs to demonstrate the trustworthiness and reliability of the information during a motion to suppress hearing. In this case, Attorney DelSignore challenged the reliability of the caller at this hearing. The Court agreed with his arguments that the Commonwealth could not meet their burden under the law and the motion to suppress was allowed, resulting in the dismissal of the case.

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January 2020

Ayer District Court: 1st offense OUI not guilty after an arrest by the Littleton police department In this case, the client was charged with a 1st offense OUI and brought to the Littleton police department. The client was alleged to have caused a 3 car accident and was believed to be under the influence of alcohol by the officer. The officer claimed that the client had slurred speech, an odor of alcohol and red bloodshot eyes. Further, the officer claimed that the defendant did not follow instructions not the field exercises. This was a unique case in many respects, but what made this case different was the amount of evidence we presented in the defense. A defendant has no burden of proof and often the best strategy can be to hold the Government to that burden. But in this case, the client testified, we called two additional witnesses who were with the defendant prior to the accident as well as presenting a booking video and 911 call. The key piece of evidence was the call showing that the defendant's speech was not slurred. The defendant testified giving providing evidence that put in context the incident. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI.

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Attleboro District Court Client charged with 1st offense OUI by the North Attleboro police department not guilty after jury trial In this case, the client was charged with an OUI first offense by the North Attleboro police department. The client was alleged to have a strong odor of alcohol and admitted to giving varying amount of alcohol consumptions by the officer, including saying she had as many as 5 beers. The client disputed the officers account of what she said she had to drink. In comes cases, when there is an important piece of evidence that is essential to dispute to win the case, a client may need to testify. This was one of those cases. The client was found not guilty by a jury after trial.

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Wrentham District Court 1st offense OUI arrest by the Franklin police department In this case, the client was charged with OUI after leaving an event at Patriot's Place; the client was alleged to have been speeding and driven erratically pulling over. The officer testified that the client failed field sobriety tests. At trial, Attorney DelSignore pointed out that the client was not all over the road, drove in his lane and was speeding only slightly above the limit. Additionally, he emphasized that the client did several things right on the field sobriety tests to argue that overall the results are equally consistent with someone not under the influence of alcohol. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI.

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December 2019

Wrentham District Court 1st offense OUI arrest by the Franklin police department In this case, the client was charged with OUI after leaving an event at Patriot's Place; the client was alleged to have been speeding and driven erratically pulling over. The officer testified that the client failed field sobriety tests. At trial, Attorney DelSignore pointed out that the client was not all over the road, drove in his lane and was speeding only slightly above the limit. Additionally, he emphasized that the client did several things right on the field sobriety tests to argue that overall the results are equally consistent with someone not under the influence of alcohol. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI.

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Brookline District Court OUI 1st offense not guilty In this case, our client was charged with a first OUI offense by the Brookline police department. The client was alleged to have driven reckless by driving on the wrong side of the road. At trial, Attorney DelSignore presented a copy of the video of the defendant at booking showing that he did not look impaired. He also cross examined the officer to show that he followed many of the instructions. The officer acknowledged that the defendant passed the one leg stand despite saying he failed in the police report after being presented with his training. Attorney DelSignore also pointed out that many of the visual clues of someone drunk were not present. After trial, the client was found not guilty of OUI.

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Fall River District Court: Client found not guilty of OUI after a Jury Trial after being arrested by the Somerset Police department In this case, our client was charged with OUI after being arrested by the Somerset police department. The officer made observations of our client committing marked lane violations; stopped him and allowed he smelled an odor of alcohol, that the client's speech was slurred and his eyes bloodshot and glassy. What made this case interesting and helpful for the defense is that he never asked our client how much he had to drink. At trial, Attorney DelSignore argued that was strange for the officer not to ask that question if our client was really under the influence. The client also performed field sobriety tests and it was argued that while he did not do every detail perfectly, he did well considering his nervous state, height and the difficulty of doing the test with his freedom on the line. After trial, the client was found not guilty of both OUI and negligent operation.

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OUI - Not Guilty Jury Trial- Taunton District Court Police were called to a report of an abandoned vehicle in Rehoboth. When officers arrived they saw that the car was off, the keys were in the ignition and the client was asleep in the passenger seat. At trial a Rehoboth police officer testified that he couldn't wake the client up for at least five minutes. Once the officer woke the client up, he began to smell a strong odor of alcohol coming from the client's mouth and that the client couldn't stand on his own. A half empty bottle of tequila was seized from the vehicle. Back at the station the client began to speak to imaginary people and yell and cry. At trial Attorney Gaudreau was able to show, through cross examination, that the evidence appeared to show that the defendant pulled over, parked, turned the car off and walked to the passenger side of the vehicle and then consumed alcohol. She was also able to point out that his behavior throughout his encounter with police was much more likely to be related to a mental health issue than intoxication. After trial the jury found the client NOT GUILTY.

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In this case, the client was charged with OUI drugs by the Bridgewater police department. The client allegedly failed a DRE exam and the officer came to the opinion he was under the influence of prescription drugs. At trial, Attorney DelSignore objected to the DRE testifying. After a trial the defendant was found not guilty of OUI drugs.

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OUI drugs charge not guilty out of the Brockton District Court 2nd Offense OUI not guilty out of the Eastern Hampshire District Court In this case, the client was charged with OUI by the Ware police department. It was the client's second offense. He was alleged to have crashed into the side of the road and driven erratically. A civilian witness testified about the defendant's driving. At trial, the officer testified that the client was unsteady, had slurred speech and bloodshot and glassy. Attorney DelSignore's pointed out that the officer's investigation was lacking and showed the inconsistencies in his testimony regarding balance. After a trial, the defendant was found not guilty of both OUI and negligent operation. The Court ordered that his license be reinstated on the three year refusal suspension. Had the client been convicted, at minimum, he would have had an interlock device in his car and a potential 5 year license loss.

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Nantucket District Court 1st offense OUI dismissed In this case, out client was charged with a first offense OUI. He had to travel to Nantucket for work and was arrested after crossing the marked line. The defendant was alleged to have failed to perform to the officers satisfaction. The officer formed the opinion he was under the influence of alcohol after observing common signs of impairment. After negotiation with the prosecutor, Attorney DelSignore was able to convince the district attorney to drop the OUI in favor of a plea on the negligent operation. This is rarely done in Massachusetts, but Attorney DelSignore has successfully negotiated dismissals to OUI in a small minority of Courts. In the overwhelming majority of courts, there is no negotiation for OUI cases. As a result, the client avoided an OUI conviction.

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November 2019

OUI 2nd Offense dismissed after a motion to supppress was allowed in Westboro District Court In this case, our client was charged with a second offense OUI. He was charged by the Groton police department and the case was heard in Westboro District Court. In this case, it was alleged that the defendant was driving erratically and that was the basis of the officer stopping the client. However, under the Constitutional the police need reasonable suspicion to make a car stop. When that is based on an unknown informant, the Commonwealth must establish the reliability and basis of knowledge to prove that the tip is reliable. After a motion hearing, the judge determined the Commonwealth did not meet its burden and allowed the motion to suppress. This resulted in the OUI charged being dismissed.

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September 2019

Worcester District Court OUI offense with claims of erratic driving by the State police not guilty after trial. Client’s citizenship status saved by the not guilty verdict In this case, my client was stopped near the Massachusetts and Rhode Island border for allegedly driving erratically. The case began in the Uxbridge District Court but was transferred to the Worcester District Court for trial. At trial, Attorney DelSignore had the officer concede that the defendant had his leg up for 27 seconds. This performance is inconsistent with someone drinking too much. That point was stressed during the trial. Attorney DelSignore also emphasized that the officer did not indicate that the client stumbled, staggered or made any major observations consistent with someone under the influence of alcohol. The breath test was excluded from evidence based on the Commonwealth failing to demonstrate the accuracy of the testing measures. The not guilty verdict was a major win for our client trying to obtain his green card.

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Dedham District Court First Offense OUI not guilty after arrest by the Wellesley police department In this case our client was stopped for running a red light by the Wellesley police department.. At trial, the officer testified that the defendant failed field sobriety tests. On cross examination, it was revealed that the defendant complied with many of the officer's instructions. Further, the Wellesley police department is one of the rare department in Massachusetts that has both cruiser and booking video of the arrest. The breath test in this case was excluded from evidence. Attorney DelSignore played portion of the booking to show that the client did not look impaired.. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of both OUI and negligent operation.

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Plymouth District Court OUI Marijuana and NEGLIGENT OPERATION- NOT GUILTY - At trial a state trooper testified that they observed the client weaving in between lanes. Trooper testified he pulled the client over and observed that the vehicle smelled like burnt marijuana and the passenger had a lit blunt in her lap. Trooper further testified that client had red bloodshot eyes, was slow to respond and that he didn't perform the field sobriety tests to the trooper's satisfaction. On cross examination, Attorney Gaudreau was able to show that the trooper only observed one marked lanes violation which could just as likely have been caused by distraction. Attorney Gaudreau also was able to show that the client was not evaluated by a drug recognition expert and that the arresting trooper did not have specific training as to what impairment by marijuana looked like. Additionally, she argued that the client showed that the client performed well on the tests including being able to hold his foot up for the full 30 seconds on the one leg stand. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI and negligent operation.

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Stoughton District Court OUI after arrest by the State police At trial a state trooper testified that he observed the client speeding and making multiple marked lanes violations. The trooper testified that after a delay in response from the client he was able to get the client to pull over. The trooper testified that when he made contact with the client the client's eyes were bloodshot, he smelled like an alcoholic beverage and that he had slurred speech. He also testified that client admitted to drinking, was unable to recite the alphabet, was unsteady on his feet and that he failed the field sobriety tests. On cross examination Attorney Gaudreau was able to highlight all the things the client did well that night that indicated he was not impaired by alcohol. She was able to show that despite not performing the tests perfectly the client did quite well especially in light of the fact that there was snow on the ground, it was 25 degrees out and the client was nervous and tired. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI.

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Not Guilty First Offense OUI out of the Taunton District Court after an arrest by the Rehoboth Police Department In this case, the client was stopped for crossing the marked lanes by the Rehoboth police department. When I went to the scene with my client, we discovered that the officer followed the client for three miles and the marked lane violation occurred prior to the officer taking a left turn. At trial, the officer acknowledged he did not know the defendant planned to turn; he testified that the client admitted to consuming alcohol and had bloodshot and glassy eyes. On cross examination, he acknowledged he did well on the nine step and could not recall how long he had his leg up for the one leg stand, but agreed that it was a significant time period. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI and negligent operation. The Judge approved a motion to reinstate his license allowing him to get his license back prior to the 180 days. The Not Guilty on the negligent operation was important because the RMV has taken the position that it will not honor a judge's request to reinstate a license after a not guilty on an OUI if there is a CWOF on the negligent operation charge. We eventually had the RMV’s position overturned at the Board of Appeals but this additional not guilty verdict resulted in our client’s license being restored quicker which was critical to his employment.

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1st Offense OUI out of the Brockton District Court, results in a not guilty verdict after an arrest by the East Bridgewater Police Department In this case, my client was stopped for crossing the marked lanes by the East Bridgewater police department. The officer claimed that the defendant had bloodshot and glassy eyes and slurred speech. Attorney DelSignore used the booking video to show that the defendant's speech appeared normal and that during booking she had normal balance and coordination. The breath test was excluded from evidence in this case. The client was 60 years old so it was argued that the One leg stand and 9 step walk and turn are less reliable as a result of her age. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI.

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August 2019

OUI- NOT GUILTY after Bench Trial in Dudley District Court. Client was charged with OUI after he was pulled over for speeding. At trial, the officer testified that the client smelled like alcohol and that he had bloodshot glassy eyes. The client was asked to perform the nine step walk and turn and the one leg stand. The officer testified that the client could only hold his foot up for six seconds and that he stepped off the line and missed heel to toe on three steps on the walk and turn. During cross examination, Attorney Gaudreau was able to elicit testimony that the defendant never made any marked lanes violations, that he promptly reacted when the officer activated his lights, that he did not have slurred speech, that his balance was perfect getting out of the car and walking around on the side of the road and during booking at that he performed very well on the nine step walk and turn. After trial, a Dudley District Court judge found the defendant not guilty of the OUI.

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1st Offense OUI not guilty out of the Attleboro District Court after arrest by the North Attleboro police department. In this case, the defendant was stopped for speeding well in excess of the posted speed limit. The defendant was alleged to have been going twice the speed limit; the officer testified he smelled and odor of alcohol and that the client had blood shot and glassy eyes. Further, the officer testified that the client failed 3 field sobriety tests. On cross examination, Attorney DelSignore highlighted the many things that the client did correctly on the exercise. He also pointed out that the alphabet test is not reliable for someone who does not learn the alphabet in the United States as a child. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI. Since the client had a Rhode Island license, the client avoided a potential six month suspension in Rhode Island in addition to the further Massachusetts license suspension.

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Framingham District Court: Second Offense OUI not guilty after arrest by the Hopkinson police department. In this case, our client was charged with a second offense OUI after an arrest by the Hopkinson police. As is often the case, a key piece of evidence was the testimony of a civilian that claimed that the defendant was driving erratically. At trial, Attorney DelSignore pointed out the difference between the trial testimony and initial report to the police; as well as the lack of any video evidence showing the driving that would have been available. While the officer claimed that the defendant failed field sobriety tests, we used the video to show she did very well, nearly perfect and did not have balance issues in the video. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI Second offense.

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July 2019

Wrentham District Court 1st offense OUI not guilty after arrest by the Foxboro police department In this case, our client was arrested for OUI after an accident and charged with OUI by the Foxboro police department. At trial, a civilian witness testified to how the accident occurred; the police officer also testified that the defendant failed the field sobriety tests. At trial, Attorney DelSignore called his client to testify and an additional witness who claimed that she did not think the defendant was under the influence of alcohol. In additional, a video of the booking showed that the client did not seem to be under the influence of alcohol. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI.

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Dudley District Court 1st offense OUI not guilty after trial involving an accident and allegations of leaving the scene In this case, the client was charged with a first offense OUI by the Dudley police after leaving the scene of a one car accident. A civilian witness testified that the defendant was driving erratically prior to the accident. At trial, the officer testified initially on direct examination that the client failed two field sobriety tests; on cross examination he acknowledged that he did most of the exercises correctly when judging according to the officer's training at the police academy. In this case, the client's breath test was under .08 which was a key factor in the judging finding the client not guilty despite the accident and the leaving the scene charge. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI.

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Brockton District Court OUI 2nd offense not guilty after arrest by the State Police In this case, out client was arrested by the State police after allegedly weaving and swerving on Route 24. The State trooper testified that the client slurred her speech, had strong odor of alcohol and did not pull properly into the breakdown lane. The trooper also tested that the client did not properly recite the alphabet, not saying it correctly after N. At trial, the trooper acknowledged after cross examination by Attorney DelSignore that the client substantially performed the nine step and testified that the client did everything correct on the one leg stand. Evidence was also presented of the defendant's booking photo which did not reveal bloodshot eyes as the officer testified. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI.

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Clerk Magistrate hearing OUI no complaint issued In this case, the client appeared before a clerk magistrate hearing on a first offense OUI. the clerk did not issue the complaint, meaning that the client will not face OUI charges. You will only receive a clerk magistrate hearing if you are not arrested which typically occurs when you are brought to the hospital. While in many cases the complaints are issued, in this case the clerk did not issue the complaint for OUI. The client was very active in treatment prior to the hearing which assistant Attorney DelSignore in negotiating this resolution.

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Brockton District Court 1st offense OUI not guilty In this case, the client was arrested by the State police and charged with 1st offense OUI. Attorney Julie Gaudreau handled the trial and discredited the officer's opinion that the client was impaired. Attorney Gaudreau used the officer's training to impeach him on how the field sobriety tests was administered. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty.

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Wrentham District Court 1st Offense OUI not guilty after arrest by the Norfolk police department In this case, the client was arrested for a first offense OUI after an arrest by the Norfolk police department. The officer testified that the defendant was speeding and turned without using his signal. Further the officer claimed that the defendant failed the field sobriety tests. At trial , Attorney DelSignore emphasized that the driving was not indicative of someone under the influence of alcohol. A lack of bad driving is one of the best defenses in an OUI case. In this case, Attorney DelSignore emphasized that relatively safe driving along with a video that did not show signs of impairment. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty. The judge allowed a motion to reinstate the client's license prior to the expiration of the six month refusal suspension.

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Wrentham District Court not guilty after an arrest by the Norfolk Police Department In this case the defendant was stopped for speeding and almost striking the curb after a call from a concerned citizen. The officer testified that the client failed field sobriety tests, had slurred speech and a strong odor of alcohol. The officer altered his testimony at trial significantly from the report. Attorney DelSignore pointed out those difference as well as the fact that the officer had to refresh his memory from the report. Attorney DelSignore also played a video showing that the defendant did not look under the influence in the video. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty. The judge also allowed the motion to restore the client's license allowing the client to drive after only a three month suspension for breath test refusal as opposed to six months.

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Lawrence District Court first offense OUI arrest by the State police after an accident not guilty In this case, our client was involved in an accident and charged with an OUI by the State Police out of Andover, Massachusetts. At trial, the officer stated that the defendant admitted to losing control of the car causing the accident; however, Attorney DelSignore was able to impeach the officer with his police report that made no mention to this statement. The breath test in the case was excluded from evidence which would have revealed a breath test of .20. The Trooper claimed that the defendant failed two field sobriety tests; however, on cross examination the officer conceded that the client did many things correctly and ultimately conceded that she substantially performed the exercises. After a jury trial, the client was found not guilty of OUI and negligent operation.

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Boston Municipal Court: Doctor Found not guilty after arrest by State police In this case, our client was charged with a first offense OUI after an arrest by the State police. In this case, our client was facing a potential meeting with the medical board if convicted. At trial, Attorney DelSignore undermined the officers claim that the defendant was driving erratically; further, he showed that the defendant performed many of the field exercises correctly and was nervous rather than impaired. Finally, while we did not have to use the evidence, we had a video obtained from private surveillance showing that the defendant did not look under the influence of alcohol. After trial, the defendant was found not guilty of OUI 1st offense.

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Michael was very professional and explained the process clearly and told us to be patient. After one year the charges got dismissed in the trial. Excellent knowledge of the court systems in the area of Boston. Would highly recommend him Ashwani
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A careless decision on my part left me facing charges which would have severely hampered my ability to stay employed and support myself. But attorney DelSignore's skillful analysis and challenging of the evidence against me resulted in a conviction on a lesser charge. Now I'll be able to go on with my life, having learned a lesson I'll never forget. Thank you, Michael. Scott
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Mike stuck with my case for 3.5 years and always kept me informed regarding the status. Ultimately, because of his due diligence, we ended up with an OUI not guilty verdict. This case could have gone many ways but his thorough review of the case and exceptional preparedness for trial ultimately drove a positive outcome. Thank you Mike! David
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Michael DelSignore did an amazing job with my case! Either him or his partner Julie was always available to answer any questions I had and helped walked me through the entire process. I could not have done it without them! I highly recommend choosing this law firm to deal with your legal needs, you will not be dissatisfied. Ashley
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I cannot express the gratitude towards both Michael and Julie for their amazing work and help. It was a very stressful event and they certainly put me at as much ease as possible. From start to finish it took 14 months and all the way through they were both very engaged with me. Today was worth the wait, Michael was great in court and I was rightfully found not guilty. I would recommend Michael and Julie over and over again. Claire
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