Your Guide To Multiple Offense OUI In Massachusetts

Your Guide To Multiple Offense OUI
The stakes are much higher when you’ve been charged with a third, fourth, or fifth OUI offense. In Massachusetts, each of these offenses is a felony and comes with minimum mandatory jail sentences.

With your freedom at risk, it’s important for you to understand your rights and prepare to defend yourself. In this eBook, you’ll learn about the following:
  • What Massachusetts law says about Multiple Offense OUI
  • The penalties for Multiple Offense OUI
  • The Massachusetts court process for Multiple Offense OUI
  • Defending against Multiple Offense OUI
No two OUI cases are alike. Contact a Massachusetts OUI attorney to have your case reviewed and get started on your defense.