Norwood OUI Lawyer
20 Eastbrook Rd #304
Dedham, MA 02026
Michael DelSignore understands the steps to take to defend your case if you are arrested for OUI in Norwood. Many arrested for OUI are arrested over the weekend and must appear in Court on Monday. You never have to feel as though it is too late, too early to call our office. Attorney DelSignore gets calls at all hours, weekends and holiday; it is part of the job to help people. I am glad to answer your call.IMPORTANT TIP ABOUT ARRESTS BY THE NORWOOD POLICE
The Norwood police has video of the booking process. However, they do not typically save it. The video can get recorded over if you do not request it immediately. Also, the district attorneys may claim that Norwood does not have video. The Video at the Norwood police is a surveillance video that the police department does not regard as a booking video. But it still can help in the defense of an OUI case. I have received video from Norwood police and in several cases have used it to assist in obtaining a not guilty verdict. Video evidence can be very important because it is the only objective evidence and does not require the jury simply to trust the police officer.Where are Norwood OUI arrests heard?
The Court that will hear the case is the Dedham District Court, located at:
- 631 High St., Dedham, MA 02026.
The Court is easy to get to and has public parking for the cost of $ 5.00. Dedham Court also handles criminal matters in Norwood and the surrounding area, including:
Dedham District Court is one of the Courts that Attorney DelSignore frequently appears in. The process for a Monday arraignment is as follows. Your cases will typically be heard in the middle of the morning, likely after 10:30 as the court has to wait for the Prosecutor from Norwood to sign the criminal complaint and the court must put together a file. The time that it takes will depend on the number of other arrests as typically all of the weekend arrests are brought into the court at the same time. After this court date, your case will not be scheduled for trial, but for a pretrial conference, giving you time to hire a lawyer if you have not done so and to allow your attorney to gather all evidence in the case.
If you schedule an appointment to discuss your case, bring all of the paper work you have; if you are missing the police report it is not a problem it is still helpful if we meet to discuss the case. If I accept the case, I will handle the matter from start to finish and be the lawyer handling the trial and evidentiary motions. I typically appear at all the court dates, but scheduling conflicts do occasionally arise, but you will be notified of any conflict with my schedule if that comes up. When you come in for an appointment, feel free to ask any questions you have of my background, the court process or law on drunk driving.
The Law Offices of Michael DelSignore has offices conveniently located in Dedham at 20EastBrook Road, in Stoughton at 530 Washington Street and Attleboro at 7 North Main Street, Suite 219A.
Call (781) 686-5924 for a free consultation, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.