Have An Experienced OUI/DUI And License Suspension Attorney On Your Side

In October 2005 the Massachusetts passed landmark legislation that is most commonly known as “Melanie’s Law.” The law significantly altered OUI/DUI Penalties and created new criminal offenses related to driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Most of the new provisions that were included in Melanie’s Law apply retroactively, meaning if you are convicted of a […]

How To Appeal License Suspensions To The Board Of Appeals?

In Massachusetts License Suspensions are imposed by the Registry of Motor Vehicles. However, many times they are resolved not at the Registry but at the Division of Insurance Board of Appeals. It is important to note that the Board of Appeals is not part of the Registry of Motor Vehicles.  The best way to think […]

Not Guilty Jury Verdict On Assault And Battery

Mike* was charged with committing the crime of assault and battery after he allegedly got into an argument and pushed his roommate. Mike had an extensive criminal record and if found guilty was likely facing a significant jail sentence. We are thrilled to announce that in under 20 minutes the jury returned with a verdict […]

Victim Suspended As A Habitual Traffic Offender Appeals And Wins

John H* came to me from Worcester and had been suspended as a Habitual Traffic Offender and also had an Immediate Threat Suspension. His license had already been suspended for two years. John kept getting suspension letters from the Registry and had finally decided he was going to do something about it. The Registry of […]