Fourth Offense

Facing Your Fourth OUI/DUI in Massachusetts?

After your second OUI/DUI, any subsequent offenses are considered felonies. This means the court takes them more seriously and they have bigger penalties, along with a minimum mandatory jail sentence.

For a fourth offense, we recommend reviewing all of your options. Many times it is better to take the case to trial because there’s a chance you will be found innocent and not have to go to jail, but every case is different and only an experienced attorney can fully explain all of your options.

If you are found guilty, penalties you will face can include:

  • Minimum 2 years with a maximum of 5 years in jail
  • A fine up to $50,000
  • 10 year loss of license
  • If you refuse a breath test for your fourth DUI offense, your license will be suspended for the rest of your life.

Practice Areas

Breath & Blood Tests
Child Endangerment OUI/DUI
Field Sobriety Tests
Fifth Offense
First Offense
Fourth Offense
Homicide by OUI/DUI
Operating With a License Which Has Been Suspended For An OUI/DUI
OUI/DUI Causing Serious Bodily Injury
OUI/DUI From Out of State
OUI/DUI Roadblocks
Reinstating License After OUI/DUI
Second Offense
Third Offense
Unlawful Police Stops

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