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Joseph Waldbaum Locations: Boston, Beverly, Marlboro, North Andover, Walpole

 

MILFORD CASES

CHRIS;     401.742.2141 MILFORD-WORCESTER
FAILED BREATH TEST (.14)
BUT NOT GUILTY 2ND OFFENSE

Cop saw me go over the centerline and followed me. I turned into someone's driveway and shut off my lights but the cop approached me. I admitted drinking an hour ago and they found a vodka bottle on the back seat. I hopped all over the place trying to do the one leg stand and was arrested. Joe got the breath test thrown out of court and then advised me to go to trial. Joe stressed that the cop followed me over 1 1/4 miles and saw only one lane violation, that I signaled all turns and showed the cruiser video showing no difficulty getting out of my car, walking normally and no slurred speech.

'HE LEFT NO STONE UNTURNED IN MY DEFENSE'
 
JAMES:     617.462.6099 MILFORD
3 YEAR REFUSAL SUSPENSION OVERTURNED ON 2ND OFFENSE
THEN NOT GUILTY AT TRIAL

Client refused the breath test at the police station and was suspended by the RMV for three full years for doing so. The fight against this suspension must be begun within 15 calendar days after the arrest and we did so. Judge then reversed RMV decision and restored his license so he was be able to drive legally for one full year while the case moved toward trial.  At trial, although the trooper testified he appeared "out of it" and moved as if "underwater," we stressed his ability to produce his license and registration with no difficulty and do well on at least some fo the field tests meant reasonable doubt. Judge agreed.

See order reversing RMV.

SEE ORDER REVERSING RMV

SEE NOT GUILTY VERDICT
 
PETER;     508.902.8064 MILFORD, WORCESTER
FAILED BREATH TEST TWICE LEGAL LIMIT, 3RD OFFENSE:
NOT GUILTY ....FOR THE 2ND TIME!

Joe represented me in '06 charged with my 3rd DUI and got me acquitted despite the testimony of 2 witnesses. Then he convinced the judge to restore my license despite the years long suspension for refusing the breath test. In 2013, I was arrested again and took the breath test but blew a .15--almost twice the legal limit. He got the breath test thrown out at a Motion to Suppress Evidence. At trial,  the cop swore I failed all the field tests but Joe convinced the jury to disregard them since they were done at 3 AM while facing the flashing lights of two police cars.

TWO 3RD OFFENSE TRIALS - TWO NOT GUILTYS!
 
JOE;     781-710-2515 MILFORD & FRAMINGHAM
MANDATORY JAIL AVOIDED TWICE

'I first read about Attorney Waldbaum in a newspaper article. After I called, he reduced my 5 year refusal suspension to just 6 months. Then he talked the DA's office into reducing my 3rd offense to just a 2nd so I avoided a mandatory jail sentence. Then, years later, when I was caught driving after suspension for OUI, I was facing a mandatory minimum jail sentence again. That time he talked another DA in another Court into reducing that charge so I only paid a fine.'

'HE KNOWS ALL THE COURTS AND ALL THE PLAYERS
AND THEY ALL KNOW HIM.'
 
MILFORD
JAIL AND 8 YEAR LICENSE LOSS AVOIDED
.15 FAILED BREATH TEST SUPPRESSED

I was stopped for a lanes violation and arrested. I took the breath test and it was .15--- almost twice the legal limit. After reviewing my case, Joe said he saw a possible way to have the very incriminating breath test suppressed and he was absolutely right. The otherwise tough prosecution oriented judge threw it out. That gave me a fighting chance at trial on my third offense. He won that too.

 
MILFORD - WORCESTER
NOT GUILTY: 3RD OFFENSE
5 YEAR REFUSAL SUSPENSION ORDERED REVERSED

Client was facing his third offense, a mandatory jail sentence of six months to two and one half years plus a five year refusal suspension. After considerable effort during discovery, I obtained the booking video from the Police Department. At trial, I was able to show the Judge how he was able to remove his belt and jewelry with no problems, thus showing he retained fine motor skills and there were no signs of swaying or unsteadiness during the 30 minute video. I argued this created the requisite reasonable doubt. The Judge agreed. Then, at a subsequent Hearing, the judge ordered his license fully restored.

 
MILFORD - WORCESTER
HERE'S HOW I BEAT A DUI FOR THIS CLIENT:
THIRD OFFENDER NOT GUILTY NO JAIL OR 13 YEAR LICENSE LOSS

A civilian cell phone caller testified that my client had twice crossed into the opposite lane completely. He was charged with his 3rd offense and faced a mandatory jail sentence of six months up to two and one half years. I made a copy of the videotape of his booking procedure and produced it at Trial. For 28 minutes, it showed no unsteadiness on his feet or other signs of intoxication. I argued to the Judge this created the required "reasonable doubt" despite the testimony of the two witnesses.

Result:
No 6 month jail term and no 13 year license loss