Lowell Repeat OUI Defense Lawyer

The strict OUI/DUI laws in Massachusetts provide enhanced penalties for a conviction on a repeat DUI charge, including mandatory jail or prison sentences. The length of a driver's license suspension is also substantially increased.

In general, there is no "look-back" period for when the previous conviction occurred. A prior drunk driving conviction from another state may also support a repeat OUI charge in Massachusetts. A nuance of the law allows your defense lawyer to seek to have a second offense occurring 10 years or more after a prior conviction to be deemed a first-time offense.

If you are accused of an OUI second offense or more, the stakes are much higher than they were at the time of your previous offense. In fact, a third lifetime offense is a felony DUI in Massachusetts. At this pivotal time, it is more important than ever to seek the help of an experienced, knowledgeable criminal law attorney who will provide a comprehensive defense.

Turn To An Aggressive Repeat OUI Defense Lawyer In Lowell To Protect Your Rights

The drunk and drugged driving laws are complicated. You deserve a lawyer who not only will thoroughly review every aspect of your case to raise challenges to the government's case, but who also has a deep understanding of the alternative criminal defense strategies that may be available to minimize the impact.

Attorney Ryan P. Sullivan is an aggressive advocate who has built a reputation for his drive to fight for the most favorable outcome in every case. He diligently reviews each case for flaws and weaknesses that may lead to dismissal, acquittal or reduced charges.

As a former prosecutor, attorney Sullivan knows how the government's lawyers and members of law enforcement think. He has long-standing relationships with officers, prosecutors and participants in the courts that allow him to analyze the circumstances of each case from a unique and knowledgeable perspective.

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To speak with a results-oriented drunk driving defense lawyer, call the Law Office of Ryan P. Sullivan at 978-330-6474 or send an email using the online form.