Westborough OUI Lawyer
Attorney DelSignore gives a tour of his Westborough office location
Attorney DelSignore is a Westborough OUI lawyer and defends those charged with drunk driving, OUI/DUI in Westborough, Massachusetts.
Those charged with OUI out of the Westborough District court are likely to have video of their arrest. In most cases, this video will assist in your defense. Many police departments within the Westborough area use cruiser camera and booking videos. Benefits of video in an OUI arrest:
Attorney DelSignore was featured on 'Worcester News Tonight' on Judge Brennan's decision to exclude breathalyzer results from evidence
With video evidence, it is important for you to hire an OUI lawyer immediately to make a motion to preserve this evidence. While the police departments within the Westborough area will generally save these videos, they are under no obligation to do so if not under a court order.
- Shows how you did on the field tests, most appear to do better than how the of cer describes in the police report on video;
- Shows what the officer said to you;
- Video shows the environment and the difficult conditions under which the tests are performed.
WESTBOROUGH DISTRICT COURT, NOT GUILTY
First offense OUI.Case heard in Westborough District Court. The officer claimed defendant failed 2 field sobriety tests, had odor of alcohol and had bloodshot, glassy eyes. Breath test which registered .14. Attorney DelSignore convinced the judge that the results were not reliable enough to convict the defendant of OUI under the per se prong. 6-29-17
WESTBOROUGH DISTRICT COURT, NOT GUILTY
2nd offense OUI out of the Westborough District Court, by the Northborough police and the case went to Worcester District Court for trial. Julie Gaudreau cross examined the officer to show the areas where the client did well on the field tests and to minimize any claims of erratic driving. Evidence of roadwork was presented to offset claims that the defendant crossed the double yellow lines. Her performance impressed the trial judge who called our office to praise her performance. The defendant was a lawyer and would have faced professional discipline if there was a conviction. 3-20-17
The Westborough District Court is located at 186 Oak Street and handles cases that originate in the following cities within Worcester County:
At Westborough District Court
On your first court date in Westborough District Court, your case will be heard in the first session court room which is straight in front of you when you walk into the building. You will have to report to the probation department in the basement prior to your case being called in court. Typically, court starts at 9:00 am in the Westborough District Court; however, it is important to arrive early to ensure time to check in with probation.Going to Trial
If your case proceeds to trial, it will be moved from the Westborough District Court to the Worcester District Court has Westborough Court does not summons jurors for trials. Once all evidentiary motions are heard, your case will likely be transferred to Worcester District Court for a jury trial.
Call Attorney DelSignore at 781-686-5924 to schedule a Free Consultation to discuss your Westborough case.
Attorney DelSignore has an office located conveniently in Westborough at:
1900 West Park Drive, Suite 280
Westborough, MA 01581
Alternatively, office appointments can also be made at one of Attorney DelSignore’s three other office locations.
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In this case, our client was facing their second OUI charge. The officer alleged in the police report that the defendant was driving erratically after receiving a tip from an unknown source. Attorney DelSignore filed a motion to dismiss the case, arguing that the officer did not have reasonable suspicion to stop the vehicle. The prosecutor has the burden to establish that the tip was reliable which they were not able to successfully do. After a motion hearing, the judge determined the prosecutor did not meet their burden to prove this face which resulted in the case being dismissed.