Natick OUI Lawyer

What are the elements of an OUI offense that the Commonwealth must prove in court to obtain a conviction?

When you are arrested for OUI in Natick, the police must prove three elements beyond a reasonable doubt:

  1. That you operated a Motor Vehicle;
  2. On a Public Way;
  3. That you were under the influence of alcohol at the time of operation.

Some who call after a DUI arrest want a quick resolution. In Massachusetts, the only quick resolution is accepting a plea and admitting to the charge. Fighting a case requires that it go through the court process. Once you separate the facts about dealing with an OUI from common misunderstandings about the law you will have the ability to make an informed decision regarding your case.

What Evidence should you expect from the Natick Police?

When you are arrested by the Natick police department, you are brought into a big room with a large desk in front of it. The police department has a video of the booking process, that does not include sound. The video will show how you stand and move about during the booking process and will assist with a motion to exclude the breath test on procedural grounds. This video will typically be provided at a pretrial conference so you should not expect to receive it at the arraignment.

Where are Natick OUI Arrests Heard?
  • The Natick District Court is located in the same building as the Framingham Court.

Criminal cases are handled through Natick District Court, 600 Concord Street, Framingham, MA 01701, which also handles cases from the surrounding areas of Middlesex County, including Sherborn. I

In 2009, the court relocated to Framingham, where attorney DelSignore has years of experience in defending the rights of clients facing serious traffic cases as well as misdemeanor and felony charges.

As an experienced Natick OUI attorney, Michael DelSignore frequently can challenge evidence, including the results of field sobriety tests, breathalyzer examinations and evidence seized during a car stop or DUI checkpoint. Aggressively fighting an OUI charge is vital to maintaining a clean driving record and your right to drive, as well as protecting your independence, reputation and even your livelihood and financial well–being.

Michael DelSignore has offices conveniently located in Westborough, 1900 West Park Drive, Suite 280 and in Marlborough at 225 Cedar Drive.

If you are facing criminal charges in the Natick area, call today for a free and confidential consultation to discuss your rights.