Quincy OUI Lawyer
Have you been charged with OUI out of state?
If you are a resident of Massachusetts and have been charged for driving under the influence of alcohol while visiting another state, you should seek the assistance of a Quincy OUI attorney who can help you in this situation. Likewise, if you are a resident of another state and have been charged with OUI in Massachusetts, Flanagan & Associates may be able to provide you with proper guidance. Either of these situations can be very frightening because you are far from home. You have to deal with a court system that is unfamiliar to you and can be incarcerated in a foreign place. Some charges may follow you home and you might have your
driving privileges suspended in both states.
Massachusetts is not part of what is called the Drivers License Compact (DLC) that most states in the United States are. The state, however, still shares driving and criminal violation records with other states in the country. Even though MA is not part of the DLC, the Massachusetts Registry is required to treat an out of state violation committed by a Massachusetts resident, as if the offense had occurred in Massachusetts and not another state. No matter if it is your first OUI offense or you have had
multiple OUI charges, an out of state OUI can greatly damage your future.
Effective OUI Defense in Hingham
If you have been charged with OUI out of state, you should hire an experienced Quincy DUI attorney to help explain the consequences to you that will be effective in both states. There are many defenses that can be used and approaches that can be taken to possibly bring about a successful resolution to your case. It is best to avoid having a license suspension when you return to your home state and to fix the matter as soon as possible.
Flanagan & Associates is available at your earliest convenience to discuss the case and the charges against you. Contact a Quincy DUI lawyer to set up your initial case evaluation and consultation and get the help you need with an out of state OUI!