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What Happens After an OUI Arrest?

Melanie's Law was passed on October 28, 2005 to enhance punishments for offenders convicted of multiple OUI's in Massachusetts. Additionally, the there is a statewide mandate for an Ignition ...
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OUI Basics in Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, operating under the influence (OUI), carries some very severe penalties, which could include license suspensions, steep fines, and the possibility of spending time in jail. If you ...
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How Long Will Prior OUI/DUI Convictions Remain Relevant?

Receiving a DUI charge can be very scary. Massachusetts takes the offense of driving while intoxicated seriously and enforces harsh penalties to deter drivers from committing the same mistake twice. ...
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Common Mistakes Made After a DUI/OUI Arrest

If you have ever had a run-in with law enforcement, you understand just how frightening of an experience this can be. What are my rights? Do I have to answer their questions? Should I invoke my right ...
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Penalties for Operating Under the Influence (OUI) of Drugs

In the state of Massachusetts, you could be arrested for operating under the influence (OUI) if your abilities have been impaired by the effects of either alcohol or drugs, or in some cases, both. As ...
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What is Melanie's Law?

After a young 13-year-old girl named Melanie was killed by a drunk driver in Massachusetts back in 2003, the state enacted Melanie's Law in 2005. This was a way for prosecutors to seek much ...
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