Worcester OUI/DUI Attorney
Over the last 25 years, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has revised its drunk driving statute more than 18 times. Each time the operating under the influence (OUI) law changes, the legal penalties get more severe. If you face an OUI/DUI charge, you better hire an experienced Worcester OUI/DUI defense attorney to represent you.
Since 1998, Gregory Casale Attorney at Law has provided aggressive professional representation and has handled thousands of criminal cases on behalf of Massachusetts residents, including countless OUI (also known as OWI, DUI and DWI) defense cases. We offer aggressive and knowledgeable OUI/DUI defense, both on first-offense OUI/DUI cases and for clients facing their second, third, fourth OUI/DUI offense or any subsequent OUI/DUI offense. We also have the experience to handle serious OUI/DUI charges, including charges of child endangerment, vehicular manslaughter and vehicular homicide.
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If involved in a OUI/DUI investigation, excercise your right to remain silent. This cannot be used against you in a court of law. You could face a driver’s license suspension, mandatory driver’s education, fines and possible jail time. Contact Gregory Casale Attorney at Law as soon as possible.
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Caught tampering with an ignition interlock device? Tampering with an ignition interlock device is itself a crime, as is blowing into an ignition interlock device on behalf of an intoxicated person. Contact our Worcester OUI/DUI lawyer for an initial consultation regarding either of these charges.
Changes In The OUI/DUI Law
Recent changes in the OUI statute have also strengthened the prosecutor’s arsenal in prosecuting people charged with driving under the influence. Under current revisions the OUI/DUI law, a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 percent or greater was merely one piece of evidence. Under revisions to the Massachusetts OUIDUI statute (also called Melanie’s Law), enacted in November 2005, the Commonwealth may now prosecute under either of two theories:
1. The accused was driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs.
2. The accused’s blood alcohol level was .08 percent or greater.
Proof beyond a reasonable doubt under either of these theories will get you a drunk driving conviction in a Massachusetts court. This is why breath test evidence obtained through administration of the Breathalyzer has become so critically important to an OUI defense. This is also why it is important to hire an experienced Massachusetts OUI/DUI defense attorney who is capable of pursuing all available defense options.
Shouldering The Legal Burden For You After OUI Charges
Gregory Casale Attorney at Law understands what is at stake if convicted of drinking and driving. I will personally be there to shoulder the legal burden for you — finding weaknesses in the prosecutor’s case that may lead to a dismissal, a lesser charge or a not-guilty verdict at trial. If your license is suspended or revoked because of an operating under the influence (OUI) conviction, we may also be able to show you how to obtain a hardship license.
Schedule A Free Initial Consultation To Learn More
Don’t wait! Contact criminal defense attorney Gregory Casale as soon as possible. The sooner we get involved in your OUI/DUI defense case, the better chance we have of building a strong defense on your behalf.
Call us today at 508-556-6938 or 877-752-7501, or send us an email for a free and confidential initial appointment with an experienced OUI/DUI defense lawyer in Worcester, Massachusetts.
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