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Rochester OUI Lawyer

I was arrested in Rochester, Massachusetts. What should I do?

The first things you should know is you have time to look for a lawyer. If your arrest was over the weekend, a good lawyer should tell you, if it is a first offense, that while hiring a lawyer quick is important, it is not essential that you have a lawyer at your arraignment if you have no other record and only face a first offense OUI. While many clients hire Attorney DelSignore to appear at the arraignment in Wareham District Court and other courts throughout Massachusetts, the client is always informed that they do not have to rush to make a decision.

There are some things to understand immediately after a charge:

  1. The license consequences;
  2. how to appeal a refusal suspension
  3. what will happen in court.

As a Lawyer that handles OUI arrested by the Rochester police department, Attorney DelSignore answers these questions for every person that calls the office and provides his Book to clients by email.

What if I cannot get by without my license?

In some circumstances a person, may not have any help with transportation. If you are going to fight an OUI charge, you will be without your license for a period of time.

If you took a breath test, you face a 30 day suspension; after 30 days you have your full license reinstated.

The more complex circumstance is when you refuse but have difficulty with transportation. You can only get your license back by winning the refusal appeal or being found not guilty of OUI. Either option is likely to take at least three months or more. If you cannot get a ride for this period while your lawyer fights the charge, the only option would be to admit to the OUI and attempt to get a hardship. Attorney DelSignore deals with clients with this issue everyday. While I do not like to see clients plea to an OUI, in some cases the person is forced into a plea by family or work obligations.

Rochester OUI Lawyer

Michael DelSignore has handled and succeeded in dozens of cases with unconventional circumstances, which the client often feels would be detrimental to their outcome. Cases with combined alcohol and drug use Attorney DelSignore frequently defends and has achieved outstanding results.

What Courts hears arrests by the Rochester Police

Cases from Rochester are handled through the Wareham District Court (see picture on right). This court is located at 2200 Cranberry Highway, West Wareham, Massachusetts 02576. Although it is located in Wareham, the court handles cases from throughout the area, including:

  • Carver
  • Marion
  • Wareham
  • Lakeville
  • Mattapoisett
  • Middleboro

Michael DelSignore has a conveniently located office in Attleboro 7 North Main St. Suite 219A and New Bedford, 448 County Street. Call (508) 455-4755 for a free consultation, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.

Where can I find more information to help me with my case?

Michael DelSignore provides constant new and updated information for those charged with OUI in Rochester; on his DUI videos page you will find Attorney Delsignore answering a number of drunk-driving related questions, including:

  • DUI Defenses
  • First-Offense OUI Arrest
  • Breathalyzer Defenses
  • DUI Attorney Fees
  • Arrests at Massachusetts Roadblocks
  • Third-Offense OUI in Massachusetts