Protect Your License From Operating Under The Influence Charges
When it comes to operating under the influence (OUI) charges, a first offense can be just as severe as a multiple offense. When multiple convictions can result in more severe sentencing, it is important to keep your record as clean as possible from these charges. If you are facing OUI charges, you need to be sure you are doing everything you can to defend your rights and your future.
At The Law Offices of Bailey & Burke, our Massachusetts team has more than 50 years of experience in criminal defense, and we know how to pursue the outcomes our clients deserve. Our high success rate is due to our personal attention to our clients, dedication and experience, and now is the best time to turn those qualities into an advantage in your defense case.
How We Can Help You
Operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of more than .08%, while under the influence of drugs, or a mix of drugs and alcohol can result in OUI charges. A first conviction can result in up to 2-1/2 years in jail and $5,000 in fines, whereas multiple convictions can result in mandatory minimum sentences, increased jail time, larger fines, a suspended license and a mandatory ignition interlock device.
When you come to our Clinton office for help, we will look at your case from all angles to develop a personalized strategy to defend you. We consider options like getting your case dismissed due to lack of evidence, lack of probable cause or other police error, building a defense that can beat your charges in court or negotiating for reduced sentencing or charges.
We are a law firm that you can trust to care as much about your case as you do, and defend you against your charges through every step of your case. We are also here to help you avoid making critical mistakes in your case and answer any questions you may have along the way.
Do Not Face Your Charges Alone
A conviction for an OUI can haunt you for years to come. When you are facing OUI charges, the last thing you should do is represent yourself. Instead, allow us to act on your behalf throughout your case. Call us at 888-870-0925 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation and rely on our decades of experience.