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Our Case Results

Be sure to contact our office immediately before it's too late to receive the representation you deserve. Many individuals have come to our firm for help and have come away with extremely positive verdicts. Below are listed some of the past case results that helped individuals throughout Boston.
    • Attleboro District Court Client Found Not Guilty of OUI Drugs

      Client was found by officers barely responsive in a lane of traffic. Due to her condition at the time, no field sobriety tests were ever even administered to her. Multiple bottles of prescription medications were found in her vehicle, which were almost empty even though they had been filled just a few days before. Client decided to retain the services of Attorney Dave Flanagan to help with her legal needs. The client was charged with multiple offenses. Attorney Flanagan was able to take the case to trial and successfully cross examined the police officers and the State Police chemist. The client was found not guilty of all charges.

    • Boston Municipal Court - Brighton Not Guilty Verdicts on OUI, Carrying Firearm UI

      Client was arrested for OUI after he was flagged at a sobriety checkpoint for smelling of alcohol. While he was going through the booking process, client mentioned that he had a licensed firearm within the center console of the vehicle. Client consented to a breath test, which resulted in a reading of one and a half times the legal limit. Client made the choice to hire Attorney Flanagan to defend the case against him. Attorney Flanagan was able to identify deficiencies in the Commonwealth’s case, and obtain findings at trial of not guilty on both the OUI and the Carrying Firearm while Under the Influence charge.

    • Cambridge District Court Drug Possession Charges Dismissed

      Client was charged with an Operating Under the Influence of Drugs, Possession of Class A and Possession of Class E drugs. Illegal drugs were found on her person and in her car when the police found her. She was allegedly driving erratically and got into an accident. Attorney Flanagan was able to dismiss the charges of Possession of Class A and Possession of Class E drugs. The OUI drugs charged will dismissed in one year as long as the client can stay out of trouble and complete a program. Drug possession charges dismissed: OUI Drugs CWOF for 1 year. Case is dismissed if client stays out of trouble.

    • Hingham District Court Case Dismissed

      At Hingham District Court the client was charged with operating his motor vehicle with a suspended license for operating under the influence. This charge comes with a minimum sentence in the house of correction for 60 days and a maximum of 21/2 years with a mandatory year loss of license. Attorney Flanagan argued the case and was able to persuade the district attorney and the Judge to dismiss the case.

    • Plymouth District Court Client Found Not Guilty of OUI 2nd Offense

      Client was arrested after a bystander reported him leaving a restaurant seemingly intoxicated. The officer had seen him have difficulty maintaining his lane, and being this his Second OUI charge, he knew that the consequences could be severe if he were convicted. Knowing that the stakes were high, he reached out to Attorney Dave Flanagan for assistance. Attorney Flanagan was able to successfully argue the case at trial, and a not guilty verdict was returned.

    • Plymouth District Court Client Found Not Guilty at Trial

      In the early morning hours, client crashed his vehicle into multiple road signs in a single car accident. He had witnesses see him operating erratically, and had failed the field sobriety tests offered to him. Client had even admitted to officers that he had been drinking beers that night. Client was a hard worker, working multiple jobs and many hours to make ends meet, and was worried that a conviction would jeopardize his earning capacity. Faced with this dilemma, he retained the services of Attorney Dave Flanagan. Attorney Flanagan was able to secure a not guilty verdict on all counts when the case was taken to trial.

    • Quincy District Court Found Not Guilty at Trial for OUI 2nd Offense

      Client was initially pulled over for going 45 in a 30mph zone late at night. When he was asked questions by the police, he was unable to give consistent answers, and was also unable to perform any field sobriety tests. Materials that were used to cut and package drugs were also found in client’s car. Faced with what could be his second OUI, he sought out the help of Attorney Dave Flanagan. Attorney Flanagan was able to undermine the State’s case through cross examination of the police officers, and the client was found not guilty at trial of all charges.

    • Quincy District Court Client Found Not Guilty at Trial

      Client was involved in a head-on collision with another vehicle after swerving into the wrong lane of traffic. Client was unable to perform any of the field sobriety tests satisfactorily. Charged with both an OUI and a Marked Lanes violation, client sought out Attorney Dave Flanagan to fulfill his legal needs. Even with the odds stacked against him, Attorney Flanagan used his experience and legal prowess to clear him of all charges, saving his career in the process.

    • Quincy District Court | Braintree Police Department No Complaint Issued on OUI & Negligent Operation

      Client was involved in a single car accident late at night, resulting in injuries that required his transportation to South Shore Hospital. He was unsteady on his feet, seemed lethargic, and did not even attempt to perform any field sobriety tests. All of the evidence seemed to be stacked against him. Faced with the potential of being charged with OUI, he sought out the help of Attorney Dave Flanagan. Attorney Flanagan was able to poke holes in the Commonwealth’s case, and managed to get the case dismissed at a Magistrate’s Hearing. Not only did the client not get convicted, Attorney Flanagan managed to avoid him even getting formally charged.

    • Wrentham District Court Motion to Dismiss Allowed

      Client was a young kid, driving a car with three of his friends. Client was charged with both OUI drugs and possession of a controlled substance, following a motor vehicle stop due to an improperly high tint used on passenger side windows. Marijuana and associated materials were found within his vehicle at the time of the stop. Client reached out to Attorney Dave Flanagan to fight his case. Attorney Flanagan was able to get all charges dismissed after arguing a motion to dismiss, avoiding the need to even go to trial.