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UNDER 21 WINS:

ALEX;     516 582 8320 E. HAMPSHIRE - BELCHERTOWN
FAILED BREATH TEST THROWN OUT
1ST OFFENSE UNDER 21 OUI CHARGE DISMISSED

I failed the Breathalyzer at the station registering over limit.  After studying the booking video, Joe ascertained that the breath test was not performed in accordance with the strict regulations required for it to be admissible.  He drafted a Motion to suppress that evidence.  After a four hour Hearing, the judge requested written briefs on the issue and ruled in our favor six weeks later.   On the day of jury trial, the DA said he did not have enough evidence to go forward and dismissed my case.

See judge's order suppressing breath test and DA's motion dismissing OUI.

'HE WALKED INTO COURT AND MADE EVERYONE ELSE STUTTER.'

   SEE JUDGE'S ORDER SUPPRESSING BREATH TEST   

   SEE DA'S MOTION DISMISSING OUI   
 
ZACH:    781-454-6884 WOBURN
UNDER 21 OUI-DRUGS
CHARGES THROWN OUT OF COURT

Cop saw me throw a Hawaiian Punch bottle out the window and stopped me for littering. He then smelled marijuana and I admitted I had been smoking and gave him the blunt. He had me get out of the car and do 3 field tests and then arrested me for OUI Drugs. Joe brought the case along carefully with pretrial motions and Hearings (and must have done it all right) because on the day of trial the DA dropped all charges.

JOE DID ONE HELL OF A JOB!
 
K.D.,     7.1.21; BELCHERTOWN
UNDER 21 OUI LICENSE LOSS OF 1.5 YEARS AVOIDED

I was only 20 yeears old when arrested for OUI and failed the breath test at the station. That caused a 180 day license loss but attorney Dunn showed me how to avoid that. Then, on the day of his Motion to suppress the breath test, he convinced the DA to drop the OUI completely. I will not suffer license loss of almost 1.5 years and will end up with no criminal record.

PLUS I ENDED UP WITH NO CRIMINAL RECORD
 
BOSTON-CHARLESTOWN
UNDER 21 OUI, 7 CHARGES:
5 DISMISSED ON FIRST COURT DATE

At 2 am on Saturday, client was driving 40 mph over the limit and the state police arrested him and hit him with seven charges: three criminal and four civil. We met the client and his parents on the very first day in court on Monday, conferenced with the DA twice and negotiated the outright disimssal of five of the charges. We saved the client: 

  • three criminal convictions, 
  • four addtitional RMV suspensions, and 
  • approximately $2100 in various fines and fees.
 
BROCKTON
UNDER 21 THREE YEAR REFUSAL SUSPENSION REVERSED

My client was 19 years old when arrested for his first OUI. The RMV imposes a draconian three year suspension for underage drivers who refuse the breath test at the station. Plus, there are only 15 days to fight this. I guided him through the complex process of fighting this first at the Boston RMV and then via an Appeal in the court. There, the judge overturned his three year suspension saving him 3 full years with no license.

See order reversing RMV suspension.

   SEE ORDER REVERSING RMV SUSPENSION   
 
WORCESTER
UNDER 21, OVER 100 MPH:
NOT GUILTY

Trooper saw client speeding over 100 mph and stopped him. Underage driver admitted to coming from a bar and consuming three drinks in the past hour. Plus, he was unsteady exiting the car, performing the field tests and was surly and uncooperative with officer. I convinced the Judge the late hour [2 AM] and other conditions explained his behavior and created reasonable doubt. The Judge agreed.

 

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