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July 2017 - OUI-Liquor 2nd Offense Dismissed OUI-Drugs 1st Offense Dismissed


Police claimed my client's car crossed double solid yellow lines. After the police stopped the car, they claimed she was confused and that her eyes were slightly bloodshot and glassy. They went on to state she almost fell during the Field Sobriety tests.

Maximum Penalty:

Potential incarceration for no less than 60 days, 30 days mandatory, with a fine between $600 and $10,000, in addition to a 2 year loss of license for the conviction.


Both charges were dismissed after I filed motions to dismiss. One of the most important factors in this client's outcome, though, was her dedication to recovery. My client was able to prove that she would be the right candidate for probation by providing evidence of her active commitment. Recovery was a huge factor that helped allow these excellent results. Another great outcome after the client committed herself to remain clean and sober!

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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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