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Truck Driver OUI Defense Lawyer In Boston

When you are facing punishment as life-altering as this, you cannot afford to be flippant or work with an apathetic attorney. At the Massachusetts Criminal Defense Group, you can trust that our attorneys will go the distance in our efforts to help protect your future. As former prosecutors, we are intimately knowledgeable of the zero-tolerance approach toward OUI offenders. If you choose to work with a Boston OUI lawyer at our firm, you can be confident that we will leave no stone unturned in our efforts to protect your rights.

Call the Massachusetts Criminal Defense Group today at 800-82-DEFENSE (800-823-3336). Learn about our statewide OUI-DUI defense strategy. Free initial consultation.

Penalties Of A DUI Conviction For CDL License Holders

If you are an employed truck driver and have recently been accused of driving under the influence, you could be facing penalties that are more severe than for a simple OUI. If you are charged with a Breathalyzer refusal or are convicted of a second OUI, you could even have your commercial driver's license (CDL) permanently revoked. This, unfortunately, is not always common knowledge and can lead to mistakes by both defendants and their lawyers. A valid CDL is a vital tool to professional truck drivers and if you indeed have it taken away after a conviction, you could find yourself unemployed.

Your future and your financial stability are too important to leave up to the whims of chance. You simply cannot risk allowing yourself to be reduced to a mere notch on a prosecutor's belt. By working with our firm, you can breathe easier knowing that we will help you fight back in every possible way to shield your rights.

Protect Your Livelihood. Call Us Today About Your Commercial Driver's License.

Contact a Boston OUI Lawyer at our firm by calling 800-82-DEFENSE (800-823-3336) as soon as you possibly can if you are facing an OUI and are concerned about how it will affect your CDL or employment. You may also contact us online.