Keeping You On The Road After OUI/DUI Charges
For most people who have been convicted of OUI/DUI charges, the most difficult penalty to deal with is the driver’s license suspension. Losing the ability to drive, for most adults, can have a very serious impact on a person’s ability to take care of their day-to-day responsibilities.
Losing your driving privileges can make getting to work, taking your kids to school or even just running to the grocery store into so much of a challenge.
What Can You Do To Protect Your Ability To Drive?
The first step you need to take to protect your driver’s license after OUI/DUI charges is securing skilled and experienced defense representation. A strong defense can make all the difference in whether or not you are able to drive when the case is over. We can help you understand all of your options and fight for the best possible outcome for you, including securing a hardship license.
How Can A Hardship License Help Me?
A hardship driver’s license allows people who have lost their driver’s license to an OUI/DUI conviction to get back on the road with limited driving privileges. A hardship license allows drivers to:
- Drive for 12 hours each day
- No restrictions on where you go
- No restrictions on when you drive
Defense From A Former Boston Prosecutor
At the offices of Attorney John B. Seed, we have been focused on providing the highly effective OUI/DUI defense people deserve for years. By focusing on drunk driving and related matters, we have built a body of experience and knowledge that allows us to act as strong advocates for those in need. Our goal is to help you stay on the road.
Attorney John B. Seed is a former Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney who supervised the Brighton District Court. Drunk driving charges were a major focus while he was there and he uses his knowledge of how a prosecutor looks at a case to help his clients now.
Driver’s License Defense Lawyer Serving All Of Eastern Massachusetts
Do everything you can to protect your driver’s license after being charged with OUI/DUI. Turn to Attorney John B. Seed. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 508-817-3194 or contact us online.
We have offices in Brighton and New Bedford to make our services more accessible.