Experienced OUI/DUI Lawyers in Auburn MA
If you’ve been charged with OUI in Massachusetts, it means that a police officer believed you were operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs. However, being arrested does not mean you will be found guilty–if you have the right legal representation. Save yourself the stress by reaching out to Eden Rafferty as soon as you are charged. Our experienced attorneys will treat you and your case with compassion while working to get the best possible outcome.
Why Auburn’s Top OUI/DUI Attorneys are Eden Rafferty
- Decades of experience fighting and winning OU/DUI cases in Auburn, Massachusetts.
- Auburn’s best OUI/DUI attorneys Richard Rafferty and Padraic Rafferty will review your case.
- Your OUI/DUI case is just as important to us as it is to you. We stay on top of everything.
- You’ll never feel alone in the process. We guide you through every step.
Things You Should Know
What Do OUI, DUI, and DWI Mean?
- DWI — driving while intoxicated.
- DUI — driving under the influence.
- OUI — operating under the influence, a criminal charge in Massachusetts.
What Is OUI in Massachusetts?
OUI is defined in Massachusetts as operating a motor vehicle on a public road under the influence of alcohol at a level of .08 percent blood alcohol content (BAC) or having consumed enough alcohol, drugs, stimulants, depressants, or even glue vapors to reduce your ability to drive safely.
What Our Clients Say
Auburn is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts. The population was 16,188 at the 2010 census. The Goddard Rocket Launching Site is a National Historic Landmark commemorating the launch site of the world’s first successful liquid-fueled rocket. It is located at 20 Upland Street in Auburn, within the Pakachoag Golf Course.