Representing People Accused of Driving Under the Influence
If you've been accused of drinking and driving in Massachusetts, you could be facing jail time, fines, license suspension and/or a permanent criminal record. An experienced criminal defense lawyer may be able to help you avoid some or all of these consequences.
At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP, we stand up for the rights of people who have been accused of operating under the influence (OUI). We are fully prepared to go to trial to defend our clients against this serious criminal charge.
To schedule a free, confidential consultation with a skilled OUI defense attorney, contact us today. We have convenient office locations in Lexington and Andover
Exploring All of Your OUI Defense Options
If you've been charged with OUI — or the closely related charge of operating under the influence of drugs (OUI drugs) — you may have a number of different options, depending on the facts of your case and your criminal record.
If you do not have a prior OUI on your record, you may be eligible for a program that will allow you to avoid a conviction if you successfully complete an alcohol education course.
Also, if your traffic stop or breath test was not supported by probable cause, we may be able to get the evidence thrown out and your charges dismissed. The knowledgeable OUI defense attorneys at our firm will examine the facts of your case and explain what your options are.
Addressing Driver's License Consequences
If you are convicted of OUI, the court may suspend or revoke your driver's license, in addition to any license suspension that may be imposed by the state Registry of Motor Vehicles. Our attorneys can counsel you on any options you may have for avoiding license suspension.
If you've been arrested for drunk driving, don't hesitate to contact us to discuss what the experienced OUI defense lawyers at our firm can do to help you respond to the charges.