Stoughton OUI Lawyer
Attorney DelSignore’s main office is just minutes from Stoughton District Court.
- Minimizing claims of erratic driving;
- Excluding breath test results from evidence;
- Challenging the officer’s conclusion on field sobriety tests.
When charged with OUI, preparing your defense involves attacking the Commonwealth’s case in each of these areas to establish a basis for reasonable doubt. The goal in prepar- ing a defense is to structure the case so that in each area of the case there is a basis for the jury to conclude you were not under the influence of alcohol.
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A client was found not guilty despite admitting to drinking a high number of beers and failing field sobriety tests. The client was arrested by the State Police on Route 24 and the case was heard by a Jury in the Dedham District Court, where the client was acquitted.
Contact Attorney DelSignore at 781-686-5924 to schedule an appointment.
Our client was arrested by a State Trooper and charged with OUI out of the Stoughton District Court. The arrest was made after the police alleged the defendant was making marked lane violations, was slow to pull over, and had blood shot eyes and an odor of alcohol. At trial, the State Trooper alleged that our client admitted to drinking alcohol and failed a number of the field sobriety tests. Attorney Gaudreau, however, did an excellent job at highlighting the many things our client did right during his interaction with the police. A weather report was ordered to show that it was very cold out when the client was doing the roadside tests and therefore shouldn't have been expected to perform at such a high level. The client was found not guilty after trial!