A Strong Advocate After Multiple OUI Convictions
In Massachusetts, a conviction for any OUI offense can carry severe consequences that can last a lifetime. For a multiple offense OUI, these consequences may be even greater. A conviction means that you could face jail time, the suspension or revocation of your driving privileges, and a permanent criminal record.
At the law firm of Ohlson & Ohlson, Attorneys at Law, our attorneys provide experienced criminal defense for those who have been arrested for OUI offenses near Woburn, Stoneham and Burlington. Our lawyers may be able to help you hold onto your license, keep you out of jail and reduce the long-term impact that your arrest has on your future. At every step of the process, you will have an advocate looking out for your best interests.
Aggressive Defense Against Second, Third And Multiple Offense OUI Charges
Located in Stoneham, our lawyers fight first offense OUI charges and subsequent offense charges very aggressively.
While any OUI arrest is serious, multiple offense OUIs may be considered felonies and carry much more significant penalties. Other factors, such as bodily harm to another driver, passenger or pedestrian, could also result in a felony OUI arrest, as well as OUI serious bodily injury, vehicular assault or vehicular homicide (or motor vehicle homicide).
If you are convicted of a second or subsequent OUI, you could be facing jail time, probation and other serious consequences. Many multiple offense OUIs, OUI serious bodily injury and OUI homicide carry mandatory minimum sentences. You need experienced criminal defense as soon as possible to protect your rights. We can answer your questions and advocate for you when your future is in jeopardy.
Arrested For Multiple OUI? Our Defense Attorneys Can Help
If you have a criminal record and have been arrested for an OUI, contact us to talk with George or Tina Ohlson about your rights. You can call us at 781-214-7398 to schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation.