Route 128

DUI Arrest On Route 128? Call Our Attorneys.

If you were arrested on suspicion of DUI on Route 128 or in connection with any Melanie's Law OUI-type offense on Route 95/128, our attorneys know that police reports are written in a way that tells only one side of the story. The officer makes sure to include everything possible that might show a person was intoxicated.

Call the Massachusetts Criminal Defense Group today at 800-82-DEFENSE (800-823-3336) or contact us online. Learn about our statewide strategy. Free initial consultation.

How To Defend Yourself Against The Police Report

Our Massachusetts Criminal Defense Group lawyers will rebut statements from an arrest report with explanations that create (just enough) reasonable doubt as to your guilt. For example, a police officer may testify that you had trouble producing your license and vehicle registration. We'll explain how you had several registrations to fumble through, that the flashlight in your eyes made it difficult to see, how you have a thick wallet, how all of your cards were in the glove box, or that the interior lights in your car or truck weren't working the way you would have liked.

If the officer testifies that your eyes were glassy and bloodshot, we may choose to explain how you had been awake for several hours, how you have a history of eye problems, that your job requires tedious eye work and other reasons why you exhibit these symptoms.

DUI Police Reports

No matter where you were stopped on Route 128, whether it was the south end in Canton where Interstate 95 heads south toward Providence, or as it heads northwest, north, northeast and east around Dedham, Needham, Newton, Waltham, Lexington, Woburn, Stoneham, Wakefield, Lynnfield, Peabody and Salem, the police report doesn't have space for the officer to provide a detailed list of things that you did correctly. That is why you need a strong defense strategy from the Massachusetts Criminal Defense Group.

We take a different approach. We'll show the other side of the story. We concentrate on what was not in the police report, while at the same time getting the officer to tell the judge or the jurors your side of the story!

Whether this is your first DUI or you are facing repeat offender status, we examine the specifics of your case to challenge the state's evidence. We handle all aspects of your court case and we represent you at your Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) hearing to fight for your driving privileges.

Free Consultation From Route 128 DUI Lawyers

To schedule an appointment at any of our local law offices, learn about our winning formula and then call 800-82-DEFENSE (800-823-3336). You can also use our online form to schedule a no-obligation consultation. In an emergency, call Attorney Irwin Pollack on his cellphone: (800) 331-IRWIN.