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Fourth Offense OUI in Massachusetts

A fifth and subsequent offender may be sentenced to not less than two and one-half years and not more than five years in state prison, with a mandatory minimum sentence of twenty-four months. The mandatory minimum portion of the sentences for third, fourth, and fifth offenders may be served in a correctional facility designed for alcohol treatment programs.

With a fourth offense and potential conviction looming overhead, the result could be catastrophic. you could be facing a ten-year license loss. Depending on your locale, this could significantly impact your way of life. Don't attempt to meander your way through the intricate legal system alone. Enlist the help of an experienced attorney, someone who has knowledge of both the expectations of the court and the needs of their client. Call Attorney Joseph D. Bernard to assist in this life altering endeavor. Someone with experience. Someone you can trust!

Fight to protect your future

If found guilty, you may be facing serious penalties and life altering consequences, including jail time, steep fines, court ordered alcohol treatment programs, and community service. In addition, your driver’s license can be suspended for an extended period of time. Depending on the specific circumstances pertaining to your case, your offense may be charged as a felony, which exponentially increases your penalties. Do not sit back and wait for your charges to resolve themselves. Be proactive and call immediately to secure the representation of Attorney Joseph Bernard to resolve your case in the most efficient way possible and with the most favorable outcome available to you.


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