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BOARD OF APPEALS WINS:

SETH;     617.866.9985 MALDEN, BOARD OF APPEALS
NOT GUILTY OUI-2ND
DID ONE LEG STAND AT 3 AM

Client was reported as an "erratic operator." Cop approached him, was overwhelmed by an odor of alcohol, his eyes were glassy and bloodshot and his speech slurred. At trial, attorney Dunn argued he was able to produce his license and registration with no difficulty and performed well on the one leg stand test at 3 AM.  Judge quickly found him not guilty and ordered 3 yr. refusal suspension removed. When RMV refused to return license, attorney Dunn went to Board of Appeals who ordered RMV to do so.

''JAMES PAID ATTENTION TO EVERY DETAIL.
HIS THOROUGHNESS & PROFESSIONALISM WAS REASSURING"

   APPEALS BOARD RESTORES LICENSE   
 
SETH;     617.866.9985 MALDEN, BOARD OF APPEALS
NOT GUILTY OUI-2ND
DID ONE LEG STAND AT 3 AM

Client was reported as an "erratic operator." Cop approached him, was overwhelmed by an odor of alcohol, his eyes were glassy and bloodshot and his speech slurred. At trial, attorney Dunn argued he was able to produce his license and registration with no difficulty and performed well on the one leg stand test at 3 AM.  Judge quickly found him not guilty and ordered 3 yr. refusal suspension removed. When RMV refused to return license, attorney Dunn went to Board of Appeals who ordered RMV to do so.

''JAMES PAID ATTENTION TO EVERY DETAIL.
HIS THOROUGHNESS & PROFESSIONALISM WAS REASSURING"

   APPEALS BOARD RESTORES LICENSE   
 
BOSTON - DORCHESTER
LIFETIME DRIVING SUSPENSION OVERTURNED

My client had his Massachusetts driver's license suspended for life for refusing the breathalyzer test on his most recent arrest. I researched the paperwork on his prior cases from 30 years ago and made copies. I brought him before the Board of Appeals and argued that the handwritten dispositions were ambiguous, at best, and he deserved the benefit of the doubt. The Board ruled in our favor, reversing the lifetime suspension and reducing it to just five years. He now will be able to get licensed again.

 
TAUNTON - BOARD OF APPEALS
3 YEAR REFUSAL SUSPENSION REDUCED TO 180 DAYS ON SECOND OFFENSE
My client had been charged with her 2nd offense. The Registry of Motor Vehicles suspended her for a full three years for refusing the breath test. I brought the case up to the Board of Appeals in Boston and convinced them to reduce her refusal suspension by a full two and one half years.
 
BROCKTON
WORK LICENSE GRANTED FOR 2nd OFFENSE
My client needed a "Hardship License" for work and had tried, unsuccessfully, to obtain one by representing himself first before the Registry and then the Board of Appeals. After he retained me, I organized all the required documents into one easy-to-read Memorandum addressing sequentially each of the nine points I know the Registry will scrutinize. When the Hearing Officer saw it, he said, "If everyone did this, it would make my job much easier." He then granted my client's work license.
 
WALTHAM
3 YEAR REFUSAL SUSPENSION REDUCED TO JUST 6 MONTHS

My client, charged with his 2nd offense, had refused the Breathalyzer and the RMV immediately suspended him for a full three years. I advised him that there was a loophole in the then current statute allowing for a reduction of this to just 6 months through the Board of Appeals. I presented the Board with my Memorandum detailing this and the Board accordingly reduced his three year suspension to just six months.

This saved him two and one half years without a license.
 
BOSTON- BOARD of APPEALS:
5 YEAR SUSPENSION REDUCED BY 4 1/2 YEARS

Client, a third offender, had been suspended for five years for refusing the breath test. Utilizing a loophole I found in Melanie’s Law, I appealed his suspension to the Board of Appeals in Boston and convinced the three member Board this was an error. They agreed.

This saved him four and one half years without a license and $5400 in ignition interlock fees.
 
BOARD OF APPEALS: 7.23.20 (testimonials)
LICENSE RESTORED AFTER SUSPENSION BASED ON YEARS OLD TICKET

RMV issued a suspension for our client based on a years old tcket. A hearing at the RMV was unsuccessful so we brought it up to the Board of Appeals and presented them with a case exactly on point addressing "late reporting."  They ordered the RMV to reverse his suspension and restore his license so he's now driving legally again.

"Thank you for everything you guys have done for me. Going forward you can use me as a reference. I will say nothing but good things about you guys. I am super grateful."  -Ed A.

 
BOARD OF APPEALS - MARLBORO (testimonials)
THIRD OFFENDER GETS LICENSE BACK 6 YEARS EARLY

"Joe first avoided a mandatory jail term for me as a third offender but the RMV suspended my license for eight full years. However, he followed up at the Board of Appeals and convinced them to give it back to me six years early. I can't recommend him highly enough. He's a magician."

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