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Do you understand the Standardized Field Sobriety Test?

As a driver, you know you should never drink alcohol and then get behind the wheel of your vehicle. Even though you understand the dangers of this decision, it's not out of the question that you could be pulled over by law enforcement officers who think you might have been driving drunk.

Ignition interlock device: Key to freedom or major restriction?

Some individuals who are convicted of drunk driving in Massachusetts might be required to use an ignition interlock device on their vehicles. This device is meant to prevent a driver from getting behind the wheel while intoxicated, again, which could help to save lives.

Two kinds of pretrial resolutions to your criminal matter

People who have never been involved with the criminal justice system are often amazed when they discover how complicated it is. When they find themselves in trouble for the first time, they may be pleasantly surprised at the options available to them. Sometimes, a defendant can get their case resolved before it goes to trial.

Massachusetts shoplifting charges: How to handle a first offense

If you are accused of shoplifting for the first time, you will probably experience a good deal of stress and fear. The important thing to remember is that since it is your first offense, the courts are likely to be more lenient. At the same time, you should not be complacent because a Massachusetts shoplifting charge can carry consequences that may stay with you for many years to come.

Don't plead guilty to a DUI/OUI just to avoid a trial

Facing any kind of criminal charges can be a stressful and frightening experience. In addition to worrying about the criminal consequences, people tend to worry about how a trial could affect their job or social standing. For many people, that concern could motivate them to plead guilty in order to avoid the perceived embarrassment of a trial.

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