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Randolph OUI Lawyer

Stoughton Office
530 Washington Street
Stoughton, MA
02072
Dedham Office
20 Eastbrook Road #305
Dedham, MA
02026

Randolph OUI Lawyer, Michael DelSignore, defends motorist who are charged with drunk driving in Randolph, Massachusetts. At times, police in Randolph and throughout Massachusetts will arrest someone who drank responsibly and were not impaired by alcohol.

While most people have heard of a “DUI” or “DWI,” not many have heard of an “OUI.”

In Randolph, Massachusetts, the acronym “OUI” stands for “Operating Under the Influence.”

A conviction on an OUI charge can lead to jail time, heavy fines and license suspension. On a first offense OUI charge, the typical sentence would be one-year probation with the requirement that the motorist complete the 24D Alcohol Education Program.

To be convicted of an OUI, the state must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant was operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Your blood alcohol content must be .08% or higher.

To fight an OUI charge, your Randolph OUI attorney can show that the arrest and/or the sobriety test administered by the police officer was inaccurate or flawed. This begins with a thorough legal analysis of the initial police stop and challenging Breathalyzer evidence and field sobriety tests.

Setting forth a solid defense requires an understanding of how police officers administer sobriety tests in the field.

As a Randolph defense lawyer, Attorney DelSignore has years of experience taking OUI cases through trial successfully. His experience has allowed him to effectively highlight the defects of sobriety tests to many juries.

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If you have been charged with an OUI in Randolph, your case will proceed at the Quincy District Court (Also known as District Court of Eastern Norfolk) located at One Dennis F. Ryan Parkway, Quincy, MA 02169. The Quincy District Court handles cases in Norfolk County, which includes the following cities/towns: Braintree, Cohasset, Holbrook, Milton, Quincy, Randolph, and Weymouth.

If you or a loved one needs a Randolph OUI attorney, contact Michael DelSignore today for a free and confidential appointment to discuss your case. Call 781-686-5924 to schedule an appointment or download Attorney DelSignore free book explaining Massachusetts drunk driving laws.