• Treated as First Offense
    SEPTEMBER 2021 - SECOND OFFENSE
    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, second offense. After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney's Office, our firm presented an agreed-upon recommendation to the Judge. The Judge adopted the recommendation, and the OUI-Liquor, second offense, was resolved as a first offense pursuant to Commonwealth v. Cahill.
  • Dismissed
    SEPTEMBER 2021 - FIRST OFFENSE

    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, first offense, and leaving the scene of property damage. After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney's Office, we presented an unagreed recommendation to the Judge. The Judge adopted our recommendation and both charges were entered as a nolle prosequi, i.e. dismissal of the charge. This is an amazing outcome!

  • Dismissed
    SEPTEMBER 2021 - FIRST OFFENSE

    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, first offense, registration not in possession, and missing registration sticker. Our firm was prepared to take this case to trial. After discussing with the District Attorney's Office, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the OUI and a CWOF to a lesser charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle. As a result, the charges of OUI-Liquor, registration not in possession, and missing registration sticker were all dismissed and negligent operation of a motor vehicle was continued without a finding for six months. After six months, the case will be completely dismissed. This is a great result!

  • Dismissed
    SEPTEMBER 2021 - FIRST OFFENSE

    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, first offense, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Due to issues involving the arresting officer, the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi for all charges, i.e. dismissal of the case. Client is ecstatic that the entire case has been dismissed.

  • Dismissed
    AUGUST 2021 - SECOND OFFENSE

    Our client was charged with OUI-Liquor, second offense, in 2020 and was prepared to take this case to trial. While preparing for trial, our firm was able to negotiate an un-agreed recommendation with the prosecutor. After some oral argument, the Judge adopted our recommendation, and the charge of OUI-Liquor, second offense, was dismissed. Additionally, the Judge allowed our motion to restore the license. This was a tremendous success!

  • Dismissed
    AUGUST 2021 - OUI DRUGS

    Our client was charged with OUI-Drugs, first offense, and leaving the scene of property damage. After extensive negotiations with the District Attorney's Office, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the charge of OUI-Drugs. The remaining charge of leaving the scene of property damage was continued without a finding for one day. This is an amazing result!