Whitman OUI Lawyer
Finding an OUI lawyer after being charged with OUI is very important. It is important because you want to preserve your rights and seek professional legal advice on how best to proceed at court. Navigating the justice system in Massachusetts is a challenge in any court case. But for an OUI case, the number of factors that can work for you or work against you can be overwhelming and unclear. Determining the best course of action after an OUI charge is confusing and frustrating for motorists. The penalties for a Massachusetts OUI and questions surrounding those penalties are often misunderstood.RECENT CASE RESULT FROM WHITMAN POLICE DEPARTMENT
Attorney DelSignore has a recent trial from the Whitman police where a jury found our client not guilty. The officer alleged that the client went the wrong way around a rotary. The client was driving home in bad weather conditions and we were able to use the bad weather as an explanation for the error in driving. We also presented video evidence from the booking showing that the client did not appear under the influence of alcohol.
The Prosecution will offer you a plea deal for an admission of guilt and or acceptance of some terms, like completing an alcohol program. Those charged with OUI should be reminded that our justice system is adversarial and the prosecution is your adversary. Therefore, the prosecution seeks to punish those charged with OUI to the fullest extent possible under the law. The prosecution is not on your side.
Defense Attorney Michael DelSignore will offer an experienced and thorough defense in court to the charges that the prosecution has brought against you. Attorney DelSignore represents you, defends your legal rights in court and challenges the prosecution and its case against you. Attorney DelSignore seeks to obtain a dismissal of all charges or a verdict of not guilty. Attorney DelSignore is on your side.
As a lawyer that focuses primarily in OUI cases in Massachusetts, Attorney DelSignore’s defense in court is based on experience arguing OUI cases before both judges(bench trial) and juries(jury trial). His experience with evidence, witness testimony, knowledge of the law and the particulars of the Massachusetts court system and OUI law enforcement procedure make for a very strong defense of OUI charges against any prosecutor.
Please realize that, in a majority of OUI cases in Massachusetts, there is no significant difference in the penalties that the court will impose between a plea deal and a guilty verdict after trial. So, whether you are thinking of accepting a plea deal from the prosecutor or fighting your OUI charge, you should speak to Attorney Michael DelSignore because he is an experienced attorney focused in the area of OUI in Whitman.
Whether this is your first OUI charge or fifth charge, Attorney DelSignore will provide the professional support, experienced advice, and thorough representation you need to fight your OUI charge.
The Brockton District Court hears all OUI cases out of Whitman, MA. Brockton District Court is located at 215 Main St Brockton, MA 02301.
Call or text Attorney DelSignore at (781) 686-5924 and schedule a free office appointment in his Stoughton Office at 530 Washington Street, Stoughton, MA 02072 or at one of his other offices located conveniently throughout Massachusetts. Call now to discuss your case and answer your Whitman OUI questions. It is never too early or too late to call; we are here to help.