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Alcohol use and on-the-job accidents

When it comes to drunk driving, this blog has addressed many of the setbacks that people accused of this offense could face. From prison sentences to fines and license suspension, drunk driving charges are often devastating for people in Boston, and all across the state of Massachusetts. However, there are certain circumstances where drunk driving can create additional challenges, such as those who are charged with DUI while working. At the offices of Attorney John B. Seed, we understand how devastating this can be for truck drivers, taxi drivers and many others who drive to earn a living.

Driver whose license was suspended charged with DUI

When someone loses their license, life may become challenging in various ways. On top of struggling to get to work, college or take care of other responsibilities, people may feel helpless and could face harsh penalties if they are caught operating a vehicle wih a suspended license. In Boston, and all other parts of Massachusetts, it is essential for drivers who are worried about losing their license to comprehensively evaluate their options.

DUI and license suspension

From time behind bars to financial penalties and losing your job, drunk driving charges can shatter your life in diverse ways. Unfortunately, they may also result in your driver's license being suspended, which can also create multiple problems for you on a daily basis. At the law offices of Attorney John B. Seed, we know all too well how devastating this can be for drivers in Boston, and in cities around the whole state of Massachusetts. If you have been accused of driving under the influence, it is imperative to immediately review your legal options.

Limits and testing may lead to more drugged driving arrests in MA

A person who is charged with a DUI in Massachusetts may have difficulty contesting the matter in court if the chemical tests reveal that the blood alcohol content is above the legal limit of 0.08 percent. Drugs may also affect driving skills, but as NBC Boston notes, proof of the impairment may not be as easy to come by for law enforcement officers attempting to make an arrest. In addition, many authorities are untrained in positively identifying whether a driver is high.

What are the penalties for DUI in Massachusetts?

If you are accused of operating a vehicle while you are drunk, all sorts of questions may arise. Perhaps you are wondering how your life will change as a result of the charges, such as having difficulty while applying for a job in the future. If you live in Boston, it is vital to understand some of the penalties that you may face in Massachusetts.

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