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District Attorney's Office Issued Statewide Moratorium on Use of Breath Test Results

Posted by Joseph Bernard | Aug 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

The District Attorney's Office has issued a statewide moratorium on the use of breath test results in OUI cases as a result of a motion filed by Attorney Bernard. The motion describes serious discovery violations by the Office of Alcohol Testing, potentially affecting 58,000 cases. Read more about Attorney Bernard's work in the Associated Press, the Boston Globe, the Boston Herald, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, WBUR, and WWLP. 

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Joseph Bernard

Joseph Bernard has been practicing statewide in Massachusetts for over 20 years. He predominately handles OUI defense along with other motor vehicle charges.


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