Everyone makes mistakes. Get some advice for your first offense.
For your second offense, there are stricter consequences than there were for your first charge.
Your third offense can result in a prison sentence up to 5 years, a loss of license for up to 13 years, and/or a fine up to $15,000.
By your fourth offense, you could face serious prison time. You need legal help.
A fifth offense will result in a mandatory minimum 2.5 year jail sentence with a maximum of 5 years and a lifetime loss of license.
Child Endangerment OUI/DUI
If you were pulled over for an OUI with a child under the age of fourteen in the car, you will automatically be charged with a child endangerment OUI, which can have serious consequences.
Homicide by OUI/DUI
If you operate a vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol and kill someone, it is considered a felony offense. Get legal help now.
Operating With a License Which Has Been Suspended For An OUI/DUI
If found guilty or admitted to driving under the influence in MA, you face mandatory jail time, license loss, and fines. You need an experienced attorney to help you fight these charges.
Hit and Run
Driving to Endanger