From his Lunenburg office, attorney Matthew Gilman represents clients all over the state of Massachusetts. Fill out the form on this page or call the office today to connect with him and set up a free consultation. Matthew will discuss your case in the office or even in your own home and determine the best way forward for your unique situation.
Mike* came to the firm from the state of Colorado. Mike never had a Massachusetts license but in 2004 was charged with OUI/DUI. For years Mike was able to renew his Colorado license but now in March 2018 he was being told he was blocked on the National Driver Registry. Mike spoke with Attorney Gilman on a Saturday morning. The following Monday, Attorney Gilman was in Dudley District Court and had the 2004 Court Default removed. By Monday afternoon, Attorney Gilman was at the Registry of Motor Vehicles and had the National Driver Registry cleared. Within an hour of clearing the National Registry, Mike was able to walk into a Colorado Registry of Motor Vehicles and renew his license.
In addition to resolving the National Driver Registry Suspension, Attorney Gilman represented Mike against the OUI/DUI charges. According to the Sturbridge Police, Mike was found outside of his broken down vehicle on the side of the road by the Police. According to the Police Mike’s car was parked halfway in the breakdown lane and half off the road with the drivers door wide open. Police claimed Mike was standing by the rear of the car trying to put gas into the vehicle and they observed him to be unsteady on his feet. According to the police Mike was holding a gas can and pouring gas onto the street and missing the gas tank. Police claimed Mike had glassy eyes, was rocking side to side and his speech was hard to understand.
After two court appearances the case was dismissed!
If you are facing OUI/DUI charges or your license is suspended, contact Gilman Law, P.C. We are available 24/7 for a Free Case Evaluation
* Real names have been changed to protect confidentiality. This testimonial, dramatization, or endorsement does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter. The results portrayed were dependent on the facts of that case, and your results will differ if based on different facts.