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CASE RESULTS

 

  • May 2018 - BOA Hearing, License Restored

    Facts: Our client accidentally forgot to pay a civil traffic ticket in New York. This caused his license to be suspended in that state. Years later, he was stopped for an unlicensed operation, since he forgot to pay his ticket. After challenging the charge in New York, the charge was reduced to ... Read On

  • May 2018 - First Offense Not Guilty At Trial

    Facts: After a pumpkin carving party, our client was pulled over because she had struck a telephone pole. Police officers responded to the scene and assumed my client was operating under the influence of intoxicating liquor. She refused Standardized Field Sobriety Tests but submitted to a Portab... Read On

  • May 2018 - First Offense Dismissed

    Facts: Our client was driving back from dinner when she crossed over the double yellow lines and was consequently pulled over. The police officer claimed she had parked on the curb and noted that as a sign of intoxication. He also claimed my client had slurred speech and glossy/red eyes. She ref... Read On

  • April 2018 - First Offense Dismissed

    Facts: My client was involved in a motor vehicle accident on the side of the road. Officers responded to the scene and saw three individuals walk out of the woods, one of which was my client. All three individuals denied to be the operator of the motor vehicle but my client was the owner of the ... Read On

  • April 2018 - First Offense Not Guilty After Trial

    Facts: My client was involved in a motor vehicle crash on the highway due to him looking down at his cellphone while coming back from a Patriots game. The police officer asked my client to submit to Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, which he did. He performed the HGN, 9 Step Walk and Turn, One ... Read On

  • February 2018 - Second Offense Dismissed

    Facts: My client was called in as an erratic operator. My client was asked to submit to a portable breath test in which she declined. She was placed under the arrest due to the fact that she was travelling in an improper lane and the officer claimed he smelt alcohol as well as blood shot/glassy ... Read On

  • February 2018 - First Offense Dismissed

    Facts: The police originally stopped my client after receiving a call reporting my client has an erratic operator. My client performed Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and submitted to a Portable Breath Test as well as the breath test at the police department. Consequently, my client was charge... Read On

  • January 2018 - SCRAM Violation

    Facts: My client had violated her SCRAM test due to consuming a large amount of cough medicine, which caused a positive alcohol screen. As a result, the Commonwealth filed a motion for a warrant for my clients arrest. Outcome: After the Commonwealth moved to revoke our clients pre-trial co... Read On

  • January 2018 - First Offense Found Not Guilty At Trial

    Facts: My client was originally involved in a motor vehicle accident, which caused police officers to respond to the scene. The police officers assumed my client was under the influence of alcohol and him perform Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. My client submitted to a Portable Breath Test as... Read On

  • November 2017 - Motion to Withdraw OUI - Second Offense Guilty Plea Allowed

    Facts: My client had a closed case where he was convicted of OUI - Second Offense from 2014. He had submitted to a breath test and the result was used as evidence against him.  Maximum Penalty: Potential incarceration for no less than 60 days, 30 days mandatory, with a fine between $600 and $1... Read On

  • November 2017 - License & CDL Restored

    Facts: My client had previously been charged with Negligent Operation of Motor Vehicle, OUI-Liquor, and Leave Scene of Property Damage in 2016. His right to operate a commercial motor vehicle was revoked for a year. Additionally, the police filed an immediate threat application with the Registry... Read On

  • October 2017 - Second Offense Found Not Guilty After Trial

    Facts: My client was pulled over for a marked lanes violation and was then asked to conduct Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. He performed the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test, the Nine Step Walk and Turn test, and the One Leg Stand. He allegedly failed the tests and was asked to submit to a Prel... Read On

  • October 2017 - Motion to Withdraw OUI First Offense Guilty Plea Allowed

    Facts: My client had a closed case where he was convicted of OUI - First Offense from 2014. He had submitted to a breath test and that was used as evidence against him.  Maximum Penalty: Potential incarceration for no less than 60 days, 30 days mandatory, with a fine between $600 and $10,000, ... Read On

  • October 2017 - First Offense Dismissed (Non US Citizen)

    Facts: The police originally stopped due to speeding and committing a marked lanes violation. Once pulled over, the police officer instructed my client to perform Field Sobriety Tests. Specifically, he was asked to perform the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus, 9 Step Walk and Turn Test, One Leg Stand, ... Read On

  • September 2017 - Second Offense Dismissed

    Facts: My client was pulled over for operating his motor vehicle on the wrong side of the road. After being pulled over, my client was instructed to perform the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, specifically the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus, the Walk and Turn, the One Leg Stand, and the Recitation... Read On

  • September 2017 - First Offense Dismissed

    Facts: The police originally stopped my client after receiving a call from a witness who claimed my client was intoxicated. After having my client perform the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, the police arrested my client for OUI-Drugs and Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle.  Maximum Pena... Read On

  • September 2017 - First Offense Dismissed

    Facts: The police originally stopped my client for speeding and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. He was originally arrested for that until they assumed he was intoxicated due to being under the influence of alcohol. Once the police officers transported him back to the police department, h... Read On

  • September 2017 - Second Offense Dismissed

    Facts: My client was pulled over for failure to stop for a red light. The police then claimed that my client was driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. My client submitted to a breath test after he was transported to the police department. Maximum Penalty: Potential incarcer... Read On

  • September 2017 - First Offense Found Not Guilty After Trial

    Facts: The police found my client sleeping in his car in a parking lot and assumed he was under the influence of intoxication. He performed Field Sobriety Tests and then submitted to a breath test when he was brought back to the police department.   Maximum Penalty: Imprisonment for not more t... Read On

  • September 2017 - First Offense Dismissed

    Facts: Police originally pulled my client over for the registration sticker missing on the motor vehicle. Although it was not my clients car, he was asked to perform Field Sobriety Tests due to the police assuming my client was under the influence of intoxication. After that, my client was arre... Read On

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