Revere OUI Lawyer
Attorney DelSignore explains what to expect when charged with OUI in Revere, Massachusetts
Attorney Michael DelSignore is a Revere OUI Lawyer that can help you win a drunk driving case in court and make the best decision for your case. Our goal and mission as an office is to help you make the best decision on your case by giving you all of the information about how the court process works and the registry of motor vehicles.
If you were arrested for an OUI in Revere, Massachusetts, or the surrounding areas, your case will be heard in the Chelsea District Court. Below is information on possible charges related to OUI arrests and what to do if charged with serious bodily injury or motor vehicle homicide.Defending OUI Related Accidents and Personl Injury Allegations
The best way to defend an OUI related accident is to prove that the crash was not caused by drunk driving and instead could have been caused by one or more of the following:
- Another driver caused the accident
- Common distractions including texting, phone calls, or GPS
- Poor driving skills
- Road conditions
Massachusetts law requires that any defendant who consents to take the breath test must have the test administered by a certified breath test device in a reasonable amount of time to prove (beyond a reasonable doubt) that at the time you were driving your vehicle, your BAC was.08 or greater. There is no specific amount of time in which the police must administer the breath test to you. As a Revere OUI Lawyer, Attorney DelSignore can file a motion to challenge the scientific reliability of any blood test given at the hospital or taken by the State police.What happens if you took a blood test
There are two ways blood tests are administered: hospitalization after accident or if the police seek a warrant for a blood draw. In some cases, the police may seizure blood without a warrant but that should be excluded from evidence based on current case law.
If are facing an OUI charge in Revere call or text Attorney DelSignore at 781-686-5924.