Menard OUI Lawyer
When being pulled over by a policer officer turns into an arrest for an OUI, turn to a law firm you know you can trust. At DelSignore Law, Attorney Michael DelSignore works tirelessly day in and day out to assure you that your case is in good hands.
Attorney DelSignore has a passion for helping people in need and teaching people the profession of law. Attorney DelSignore recently spoke to a group of lawyers about breath testing in Massachusetts at a meeting of the Plymouth County Bar Advocates. In addition, he writes frequently on Massachusetts drunk driving defenses and has been asked to speak on issues relating to OUI defense by the media.
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Attorney DelSignore has appeared on Boston 7 and Boston 25 to discuss OUI defense and issues relating to criminal defense. The Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly frequently quotes Attorney DelSignore regarding OUI defense..
To find out today how Attorney DelSignore can assist you with your case, call or text his personal number at (781) 686-5924 for a free consultation.
If you were arrested in Menard, Massachusetts (or surrounding towns including: Concord, Carlisle, Lincoln, Lexington, Bedford or Stow), your case will be heard in the Concord District Court located at 305 Walden Street, Concord, Massachusetts 01742-3616.
Concord District Court: 1st OUI Offense NOT GUILTY
After being arrested by the Concord Police department after allegedly failing field sobriety tests and signs of impairment (slurred speech and bloodshot/glassy eyes), our client was charged with their first OUI offense. And so, we went to trial. The first trial was heard by a jury to which the case was hung, meaning the jury cannot reach a unanimous verdict and will likely have to retry the case. This is a rare occurrence and has only happened 4 times in Attorney DelSignore’s career. After a 6 hour deliberation concerning a witness testimony and the booking video, Attorney DelSignore was able to have our client released without any charges.
After being arrested and charged with an OUI for driving with under the influence, you will need to appear at your arraignment.
This meeting will include you (your lawyer if you have one available) and those pressing charges against you
- You will be formally notified of the exact charges against you
- Try to obtain the police report (if you do not have a lawyer present) so you can hand this over to your lawyer at a later date. This police report could be critical to the outcome of your case
After your arraignment hearing, you will attend a pretrial hearing; it is important to have a lawyer experienced in OUI defense as there is a vast difference in how lawyers may handle the same case. When you hire DelSignore Law, you will have the most aggressive defense and a lawyer on your side who understands scientific arguments challenge the Commonwealth’s evidence. After the pretrial the next step is to decide, whether to file a motion to limit the Commonwealth’s evidence or take the case straight to trial. There is always the ability to resolve the case at any point in the process. But here we are discussing the process if you plan on fighting the case.
Lastly you will face trial. You have the option to choose who hears your case: a jury or a judge. Attorney DelSignore will guide you through what is the best way to have your case heard based on his experience in Concord District Court and the judge who will hear your case.Defenses to OUI’s in Massachusetts
- Observation of the Police Officer,
- If the officer’s testimony during your motion hearing does not align with his report of the incident, this should be a point of attack for your defense.
- Basis of the original stop
- Swerving, driving below the speed limit or above, and turning too wide are not indications of impairment but are used by officers to justify a stop.
- Reliability of Field Sobriety Tests
- It is important to note that The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration have conducted studies that demonstrated the minimal reliability of routine field sobriety tests.
- Breathalyzers are machine that estimate your BAC based on breath samples, not blood samples. They had been proven to have a margin of error which can be crucial if you failed the breathalyzer by a few points.
For more information on how Attorney DelSignore can help you win your case, the court process and much more, visit our website at www.delsignoredefense.com.
Call or text Attorney DelSignore directly for a free consultation about your case at (781) 686-5924. It is never too early or late to call us, we are here to help you.
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