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  • OUI/DUI: The Differences Between Misdemeanor and Felony Charges
    OUI/DUI: The Differences Between Misdemeanor and Felony Charges

    When you face a charge for driving under the influence, you may feel hopelessly discouraged. Regardless of whether this is your first time, the penalties for a DUI/OUI conviction can negatively impact ...

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  • OUI/DUI Frequently Asked Questions in the State of Massachusetts
    OUI/DUI Frequently Asked Questions in the State of Massachusetts

    Facing charges for an OUI or a DUI is an incredibly overwhelming experience and, oftentimes, many individuals feel resigned to defeat and assume that their future is over. While these are absolutely ...

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  • Know Your DUI/OUI Rights!
    Know Your DUI/OUI Rights!

    Being pulled over by a law enforcement officer under the suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a frightening and overwhelming experience. Make sure that you know and fully ...

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  • What Happens After an OUI Arrest?
    What Happens After an OUI Arrest?

    Melanie's Law was passed on October 28, 2005 to enhance punishments for offenders convicted of multiple OUI's in Massachusetts. Additionally, the there is a statewide mandate for an Ignition Interlock ...

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  • OUI Basics in Massachusetts
    OUI Basics in Massachusetts

    In Massachusetts, operating under the influence (OUI), carries some very severe penalties , which could include license suspensions, steep fines, and the possibility of spending time in jail. If you ...

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  • How Long Will Prior OUI/DUI Convictions Remain Relevant?
    How Long Will Prior OUI/DUI Convictions Remain Relevant?

    Receiving a DUI charge can be very scary. Massachusetts takes the offense of driving while intoxicated seriously and enforces harsh penalties to deter drivers from committing the same mistake twice. ...

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