Do I Have to Report a DUI to My Employer?

A DUI charge can have a broad impact on your life. It affects your family, your friendships, and, inevitably, your professional life.

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How The Massachusetts Criminal Justice Reform Act Affects DUI Law

There’s harsher penalties in store for OUI offenders in Massachusetts. Legislators are cracking the whip on repeat offenders but even first time offenders should look to these changes as a major warning sign.

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The Difference Between Standardized and Non-Standardized Field Sobriety Tests

Police officers use standardized field sobriety tests to establish probable cause that a driver is intoxicated. Non-standardized field sobriety tests have not been validated by any regulatory authority but are often still admissible in court.

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DUI and Child Endangerment

In a DUI/OUI Child Endangerment case, the child’s well-being is always the first priority. OUI child endangerment comes with harsh penalties and could involve the Massachusetts Department of Children & Families.

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Can You Get a Massachusetts Nursing License with a DUI?

If you are a registered nurse (RN) or a nursing student, a DUI can affect your livelihood. However, a DUI charge is not a conviction. Contact a DUI defense attorney as soon as possible to review your case if you've been charged with DUI.

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Can You Get a DUI Charge After the Fact?

Although DUI is more difficult to prove in these circumstances, you can be charged with DUI after the fact if there is enough evidence against you.

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Can I Win a Massachusetts OUI Case If I Failed a Breathalyzer Test?

If you were pulled over and arrested for OUI because you failed a breathalyzer test, that doesn’t mean you can’t win your OUI case at trial.

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10 Questions to Ask Your Massachusetts DUI Lawyer

Choosing the right DUI lawyer is the most important decision you can make when you’ve been charged with a DUI. It’s not a decision to take lightly, so it’s okay to do plenty of research and ask questions. A lot is going to ride on the skill with...

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DUI and Driving with a Suspended License

While Operating After Suspension (OAS) does not typically result in jail time, the penalties are much more severe if you lost your driver’s license because of a DUI. Potential penalties include a fine of up to $10,000 and imprisonment of up to...

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When Can I Get My License Back After a Third DUI?

You must wait 8 years to get your license back after a third DUI conviction. You also face a mandatory jail sentence. You become eligible for a hardship license 2 years into your 8-year suspension, but you may face a separate suspension period of...

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