Malden OUI Lawyer
If you are looking at this page, it is safe to assume that you or someone you love was arrested on a drunk driving charge in Malden. One of your first priorities should be finding an experienced OUI Attorney that is familiar with the Malden District Court and the main actors within it.
Attorney DelSignore has an extensive understanding of Malden police procedure and evidence collection. As he defends OUI cases throughout Massachusetts on a regular basis, Attorney DelSignore knows the key evidence in your case and how small details in the case can lead to a not guilty verdict at trial.
Client stopped at Roadblock found Not Guilty after Trial in the Malden District Court:
In this case, the client was stopped at a roadblock in Everett. In court, two of the officers working the roadblock testified that the defendant failed the field sobriety tests, had glassy eyes, and had an odor of alcohol. During cross examination, Attorney DelSignore was able to get the officer to highlight many of the things the defendant did right while stopped at the roadblock, which led to the client getting a not guilty verdict at the conclusion of his jury trial.
“The day of my trial in Malden, Mike used his knowledge and expertise in the district I was arrested in to decide a jury v. a bench trial. From the beginning of trial to his closing argument, Mike owned the court room. Through Mike’s cross examination of the arresting officer’s, he was able to skillfully throw doubt throughout the entire Commonwealth’s case. From start to finish, I truly never felt unconfident nor that I would lose with Mike once I saw him go to work at trial. If you are facing an OUI charge and are going through the process of endless hours of researching the right defense attorney that will get you the best results possible, call Mike.”
The Malden District Court is located at 89 Summer Street in Malden, MA 02148. The Malden District Court handles arrests made in Malden, Melrose, Everett, and Wakefield.
While every case is different, a DelSignore Law attorney will be able to give you feedback as to whether a jury trial or bench trial may better suit you. If you elect for a bench trial, your case will be heard by a judge rather than a panel of citizens (jury). On the day of trial, Attorney DelSignore will make a decision based on his knowledge of the court and the judge scheduled to hear your case.
Jury trials typically last longer and you can expect to spend about a day in court. Bench trials are generally quicker, typically lasting only a couple of hour. In many cases, the prosecutors case is largely dependent upon the testimony of the arresting officer. Sometimes, there may be a civilian witness or expert witnesses, but this is not common. You can read more about jury trials v. bench trials on our website here.Learn more about DelSignore Law
This website was designed to answer your questions so that you can make an informed decision on the next step for your case. Although the pages on this website will give you an idea of what to expect, they are not specific to your particular case and it is important that you consult with an attorney to discuss your options. For many of our clients, it is their first time being in trouble with the law; feel free to read some of our clients frequently asked questions here.
Attorney DelSignore offers free in-person consultations, so that you can meet him in person and get your questions answered honestly and personally. When you come in for an office appointment, Attorney DelSignore will explain the police procedure methods for arresting someone on a drunk driving charge and can describe past cases that may have been similar to yours. Contact us today for your free initial consultation.