Suffolk County DUI Defense Attorney

Throughout Massachusetts, it is illegal to operate a vehicle with a blood alcohol content at or above .08%, which is the legal limit. Individuals who are found to be operating under the influence (OUI) will be arrested, charged, and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. If you received a DUI in Suffolk County, you may be required to appear at the Dorchester District Court. During this court appearance, it is vital that you have a lawyer present. Individuals who do not have representation at the time of their court appearance tend to have worse results than those who do. To find out more about the Dorchester District Court, click here.

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.

At the Massachusetts Criminal Defense Group, our lawyers are known for successfully representing clients in and around Dorchester who are facing criminal charges. By providing vigorous defense and effective strategizing, we seek to improve the lives of our clients one dismissal at a time.

Consequences of a Massachusetts DUI

A DUI conviction can create a multitude of problems in a person's life. Finding employment, obtaining certain licenses and even getting approved for loans and housing can all be adversely affected by a DUI conviction. Are you willing to let so many areas of your life suffer because of one small mistake? Hopefully the answer is no, and you will take action now by speaking with an attorney at our firm about your charges. Your Dorchester DUI attorney will begin working on your case immediately following your initial consultation and at that time, they will begin gathering evidence and information that may help your case.

Call Us Today For Representation In Dorchester District Court

To learn more about what a Dorchester defense attorney from our firm can do for you, contact us online or dial 800-82-DEFENSE (800-823-3336). We are available 24/7/365 to discuss your case.