Holden OUI Lawyer
Attorney DelSignore is a Holden OUI lawyer who defends clients charged with drunk driving and OUI/DUI offenses in Holden, Massachusetts.
How long does an OUI case take?
One common question asked by many charged with drunk driving in Massachusetts is: how long will the case take?
A Massachusetts OUI will generally take at least four or five months if you are contesting the case at trial. You could receive a trial date sooner depending on the court and the circumstances of the case. If you are admitting to the charge, it can be resolved much sooner; however, it is important to have all the information pertaining to the case prior to attempting to work on any plea agreement.
Understanding your options in defending your case is important. You should consult with an experienced Massachusetts OUI lawyer to best prepare your case.
Why Choose Attorney DelSignore
OUI arrests in Holden can be won at trial. Attorney DelSignore is an experienced attorney who can educate you on OUI defenses, the court process, and discover if there is any evidence of faulty field sobriety tests.
To further help you navigate the court process, Attorney Delsignore’s book, Understanding Massachusetts Drunk Driving Laws is available for download.
Those charged with an OUI arrest in Holden can feel confident with Attorney
DelSignore. He has experience defending OUI cases in Worcester County, and will begin preparing your case even if your court date is within a few days.
Scheduling an Appointment
You can reach Attorney Delsignore at 508-455-4755 24-hours a day, 7 days a week for a free consultation.
Attorney DelSignore also has an office located conveniently in Westborough, Massachusetts at 1900 W. Park Drive where he will be glad to discuss your case in person. Additionally, office appointments can be made at one of his 3 other office locations.
Location of the Holden Court
The Worcester District Court handles all Holden jurisdiction cases. The Worcester District court is located at 225 Main Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. Holden is part of Worcester County and was founded in 1741. John Hancock, former Governor of Massachusetts, donated the town square.
The Worcester District Court also hears cases that originate in the following cities within Worcester County: