Commonwealth v. E.F. – OAS for OUI
– Plymouth District Court
– Mass State Police
– Client cited for driving on a suspended license for an OUI related offense. Client was arrested in 2010 and charged with an OUI 3rd offense. He received a 5 year license suspension for refusing the breath test. He was later convicted and given an additional 8 year license loss. Attorney Seed filed a motion to dismiss the portion of the complaint as it related to the license being suspended for an OUI conviction. He argued that the license was still suspended administratively for the breath test refusal. The District Attorney agreed and reduced the charge to a standard suspended license case, which meant the Client avoided a minimum mandatory 60 day jail sentence.
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