Lowell District Court License Suspended for OUI Dismissed

Search Our Site​

Get Help Now

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.

Lowell District Court – February, 2021

Client was stopped for operating with his license suspended. Making matters worse his license was suspended due to a third offense OUI/DUI conviction. In Massachusetts a person who is arrested or charged and found guilty of operating on a suspended license that is suspended due to an OUI/DUI faces the prospect of a mandatory minimum jail sentence of sixty days based on G.L. c. 90 §23

Attorney Julie Gaudreau met the client at his arraignment hearing, conferenced with the District Attorney’s Office and negotiated the outright dismissal of the charges.

Collateral Consequences that Our Client Avoided

  • A minimum 60 days in jail; and

  • An additional one year license suspension added to the end of his current suspension.

If you face charges related to your OUI/DUI or have a License Suspension do not hesitate to contact us 24/7 for a free case consultation. Our client now can move forward confidentially towards applying for a hardship license.