• Dismissed
    FEBRUARY 2021 - OUI DISMISSED PURSUANT TO BRAVE ACT

    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, first offense, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Our office advocated that our client, a veteran, be considered for the diversion program under the Brave Act. After meeting the assessment and treatment criteria, and extensive negotiations with our office, the prosecutor agreed to drop all of the charges against our client prior to arraignment pursuant to the Brave Act. This is an excellent result!

  • Overturned
    FEBRUARY 2021-IGNITION INTERLOCK VIOLATION

    Our client was charged with multiple ignition interlock violations resulting in his license being suspended for ten years. After engaging in an exhaustive investigation of the facts surrounding the alleged violations, Attorney Bruno uncovered that our client had been charged with ignition interlock violations despite his best efforts to comply with the law. Due to Attorney Bruno's diligent investigation and forceful advocacy, the Registry of Motor Vehicles Board of Appeals found that our client had been unfairly charged with ignition interlock violations. Accordingly, the Board rescinded our client's ten-year license suspension. This is an excellent result!

  • Dismissed
    FEBRUARY 2021- FIRST OFFENSE

    Our client was charged with Count One OUI-Liquor, first offense, Count Two, possession of liquor by a person under 21 years of age and Count Three, a headlights violation. Attorney Bernard reviewed the evidence, and following extensive negotiations with the District Attorney's Office, the Commonwealth agreed to enter a nolle prosequi, or a dismissal, on Counts One and Two. Our client was found not responsible for Count Three. This client has no convictions following this arrest. This is an excellent result!

  • Dismissed
    FEBRUARY 2021- FIRST OFFENSE DISMISSED

    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, first offense. After reviewing the evidence and extensive negotiations, Attorney Bernard advocated our position on behalf of this client and the prosecutor agreed to enter a nolle prosequi, or dismissal, of Charge One, OUI-Liquor. The complaint was amended, and Charge One, Negligent Operation was continued without finding for one year. This is an excellent result!

  • Dismissed
    FEBRUARY 2021- FIRST OFFENSE DISMISSED

    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, first offense, negligent operation, and a marked lanes violation. After negotiations with our office, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the OUI-Liquor charge. Count Two, involving negligent operation, was continued without a finding for one year. Our client was found not responsible for Count Three, involving a marked lanes violation. This is an excellent result!

  • DISMISSED
    FEBRUARY 2021- FIRST OFFENSE DISMISSED

    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, first offense. Our client was able to enter a diversion program and receive services and treatment from the VA under the Brave Act. Based on our client's successful participation in the Brave Act diversion, and our office's extensive negotiations with the prosecutor, Count One OUI-Liquor was dismissed. This is an excellent result!