• DISMISSED
    NOVEMBER 2021 – FIRST OFFENSE
    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, first offense, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. After negotiations with the District Attorney's Office, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the OUI charge. In addition, the Judge adopted our agreed-upon recommendation for the negligent operation of a motor vehicle to be continued without a finding for six months. After six months, the case will be completely dismissed. Client is thrilled with this result!
  • DISMISSED
    NOVEMBER 2021 – FIRST OFFENSE
    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, first offense, marked lanes violation, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, possession of liquor by a person under 21 years of age, and license not in possession. After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney’s Office, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the OUI-Liquor, first offense, the possession of liquor by a person under 21 years of age, and the marked lanes violation. The client was found not responsible for the license not in possession charge and the negligent operation of a motor vehicle was continued without a finding for six months. After six months the case will be completely dismissed. The client is ecstatic about this tremendous result!

  • DISMISSED
    NOVEMBER 2021 – OUI DRUGS
    Our client was charged with OUI-Drugs, marked lanes violation, and two counts of possession of a Class E substance. After significant and lengthy negotiations with the District Attorney’s Office, the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi on all charges, i.e. dismissal of the charges. This is an amazing result. The client is very happy!


  • MOTION TO VACATE ALLOWED
    NOVEMBER 2021 – THIRD OFFENSE DISMISSED

    Our client previously pled guilty to an OUI-Liquor, third offense, in 2012. When our client was arrested, he submitted to a breath test and the results from this breath test were used to prosecute our client. Due to issues surrounding the breath test, our firm filed a Motion to Vacate the client's guilty plea. The Court allowed this motion and followed the allowed motion, and after an oral motion to dismiss, the OUI-Liquor, third offense, was dismissed. This is an amazing outcome!

  • Dismissed
    OCTOBER 2021 – FIRST OFFENSE
    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, first offense, marked lanes violation, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. After negotiations with the District Attorney's Office, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the OUI charge. In addition, the Judge adopted our agreed-upon recommendation to find the client not responsible for the marked lanes violation, and for the negligent operation of a motor vehicle to be continued without a finding for six months. After six months, the case will be completely dismissed. Client is thrilled with this great result!

  • Dismissed
    OCTOBER 2021 – FIRST OFFENSE
    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, first offense. After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney's Office, we presented an agreed-upon recommendation to the Judge. The Judge adopted our agreed-upon recommendation the OUI-Liquor, first offense, was entered by the Commonwealth as a nolle prosequi, i.e. dismissal of the charge. The complaint was amended to the lesser offense of negligent operation of a motor vehicle was continued without a finding for one year. This is a great result!