Fourth and Subsequent OUI Offenses in Massachusetts
If you have been charged with a fourth offense, fifth offense or greater for operating under the influence (OUI) of liquor or drugs, you may be indicted in the superior court. You will also face a state prison sentence of greater than five (5) years. However, if the case remains in the district court, your exposure to incarceration may be significantly reduced.
At Bellotti Law Group, we will fight for your opportunity to remain in the district court. We will also be prepared to defend you should you face prosecution in the superior court. We have extensive experience handling OUI offenses at every level, whether it is your first or your sixth OUI. We will stand by your side and act as your advocate to ensure your rights are protected at every stage of the legal process.License Revocation And Multiple OUIs
The loss of your license for a fourth, fifth and subsequent offenses can last a lifetime. The Registry of Motor Vehicles can permanently revoke your license, which can make it difficult to get to work, school and other obligations.
However, there may still be options available to you. For example, if you have a trial, the prosecution may not have enough evidence to prove your guilt. We can help you understand all of your options, and we will work diligently to help you keep your license.
Contact the Greater Boston OUI lawyers at Bellotti Law Group, P.C. today to discuss your case at 617-225-2100 or use our contact form. Be sure to have any paperwork or other information ready when you speak to us.