Commonwealth v. S.Y. – Wrentham Distric Court (Norfolk MA Police Department)

Charge: OUI- First Offense Result: Not Guilty Client stopped for speeding 71 in a 50.  Pulled over with no problems.  Produced his license and registration with no problems.  Client admitted to consuming 8 beers, ut the officer did not ask over what time period he had consumed those beers.  Client asked to step from car and di so without any issues with balance.  Client was administered 4 field sobriety tests, however othe Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN) test was excluded prior to trial.  Other tests included the One legged Stand, the Finger to Nose Test and a 9 Step Walk and
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Commonwealth v. D.S. – Brighton District Court (Boston Police Department)

Charge: OUI-First Offense Result: Dismissed Client was involved in a motor vehicle accident after a vehicle came into her lane of travel forcing her to collide with a parked motor vehicle.  A concerned citizen assisted the client out of the motor vehicle and called the police.  When the police arrived the client was outside of the motor vehicle.  The police report was silent as to any conversation that occurred between the client and the police.  The officer observed the client to be unsteady on her feet and have slurred speech and placed her under arrest.  At the station, field sobriety
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Attorney James Milligan: Very professional and responsive. Highly recommend.

After searching and speaking with 4 attorneys to handle my DUI case, Attorney James Milligan became the clear choice. In my first meeting with him, he carefully reviewed my case and went over all the potential options/outcomes and gave me an honest assessment of his opinion regarding the facts of my case. He laid out what his strategy would be, my options for winning the case, and the downside/risks of potentially losing. He was extremely knowledgeable regarding the intricacies of the law and areas to challenge the charges in my case. Having never faced charges of any kind before, it
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Commonwealth v. R.M. – Cambridge District Court

Charge:           OUI-First Offense Result:            Not Guilty Client was pulled over on Route 2 in Cambridge by a Massachusetts State Trooper for speeding.  The Trooper observed the client to show signs of being impaired by alcohol and as a result asked the client to exit his car.  The client refused to get out of his car (Unless you are placed under arrest there is no obligation to get out of your car).  The Trooper after several requests proceeded to CUT OUT the client’s seat belt and physically assisted the client from exiting the car. Client refused to take the breath test.
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Commonwealth v. E.K – Cambridge District Court

Charge:           OUI-First Offense Result:            Case Dismissed Client was at a work function and had consumed a reasonable amount of alcohol and was driving numerous people home when she was pulled over.  Client had witnesses to confirm her whereabouts and alcohol consumption. On the trial date the government witnesses did not appear and the case was dismissed.
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Commonwealth v. E.D – Quincy District Court

Charge:          OUI-Second Offense Result:           Not Guilty Weymouth police responded to a call alleging the client left the scene of an accident.  Witnesses observed the client’s vehicle scrape the other vehicle at the restaurant and got the registration of the motor vehicle.  The client lived just around the corner from the restaurant.  They knocked on the door and his wife let the Weymouth Police into the home.  They engaged the client in conversation noticing an odor of alcohol and problems with his speech. The Weymouth Police asked the client to perform Field Sobriety Tests in his pajamas and slippers and it
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Commonwealth v. R.M. – Hingham District Court

Charge:           OUI-First Offense Result:            Not Guilty Client was on his Harley Davidson motorcycle in Rockland and was traveling well in excess of the speed limit and had apparently traveled through a red light in the process.  The officer activated his lights and noticed the client was unsteady on his feet and he put the bike on its stand.  The client produced his license and registration with no problems but the officer observed the client to have red/glassy eyes and problems with his speech.  The client did not perform well on the field tests but was able to provide reasonable explanations
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Massachusetts drunk driving lawyer, Attorney James Milligan is one of just a few attorneys in Massachusetts who is board certified in drunk driving defense by the American Bar Association. Concentrating his practice entirely on Massachusetts drunk driving defense, OUI defense, DUI defense, and DWI defense, Attorney Milligan is often the best resource for other lawyers representing a client charged with drunk driving in Massachusetts. If you’ve been charged in Massachusetts with drunk driving or operating under the influence of alcohol you need an attorney who specializes in Massachusetts drunk driving defense. Finding the best dui lawyer in Massachusetts can mean
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Commonwealth v. P.S. – Plymouth District Court

Charge:           OUI-First Offense Result:             Dismissed Client was pulled over in Halifax for going through a redlight and committing a marked lane violation.  The client pulled over with no problem.  The officer approached the client and made some observations consistent with alcohol.  The Halifax officer asked the client to perform some field sobriety tests, which he performed reasonably well.  Client refused to take the breath test. At trial, the government was unable to proceed resulting in a dismissal.  Client had no record .
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Commonwealth v. D.V. – Attleboro District Court

Charge:           OUI-Second Offense Result:             Case Dismissed Client was stopped by a Massachusetts State Police Officer for weaving and nearly hitting a jersey barrier.  The trooper approached and noticed sign of impairment.  The client failed the Field Sobriety Tests and was placed under arrest.  Client refused to take the breath test. At trial the government was unable to proceed on the trial date, thus the case was dismissed.
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