Provincetown OUI Lawyer
Provincetown has great culture and is known for its vibrant gay and lesbian community.
In some case, drivers leaving Provincetown can be discriminated against and targeted by police either in Provincetown or other towns on Cape Code or leaving the cape. One important
Way to defend an OUI charge is to challenge the legal basis of the stop. In Massachusetts, the police need reasonable suspicion of criminal activity in order to make a traffic stop. Just because the officer says in a police report that he or she had a basis to stop you and gives a citation does not mean that the stop was valid. Attorney DelSignore has won many OUI cases by fighting for his client’s Constitutional rights to be free of an illegal seizure.
An unlawful traffic stop is an illegal seizure that can be challenged in court with what is known as a motion to suppress hearing.
In addition to challenging the legal basis of the stop, OUI cases can be won in court. Attorney DelSignore will explains his approach to winning cases with breath test evidence and blood test results.
The breath test in Massachusetts has had numerous problems over the years that can impact the accuracy of the results.
There have been several problem with the accuracy and reliability of breath test results. Many people who are arrested for OUI wrongly assume that there is no way to win an OUI case if they took a breath test. In fact, breath test evidence does not always get used in court. As a Provincetown OUI Lawyer, I can attempt to exclude the evidence from being used in court. There are many procedures that officers are required to follow prior to a breath test being allowed to be used in court. Frequently, when I have a hearing to contest the admissibility of breath test results, I will be able to have a judge issue an order that the breath test is inadmissible in someone’s case. This means that the Commonwealth will not be able to present the breath test evidence when presenting its case. Do not assume that your breath test results are accurate, able to be used in court without speaking to a lawyer familiar with the flaws in breath testing.
Call or text Attorney DelSignore at 781-686-5924