Subsequent Offense OUI's In Massachusetts

When a client comes to me with a subsequent offense, I am often asked “Will the judge or jury know about my first one (or, “my other ones”)?” The answer is no---well, at least not right away.

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What You Need to Know If You’ve Been Stopped At a State Police Sobriety Checkpoint

In order for a police officer to stop you, he must first have (1) observed you commit a civil motor vehicle infraction (speeding, marked lines violation, etc.); or (2) reasonable suspicion to believe you have committed a crime, you are committing...

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