Legal Representation For OUI/DUI Charges

Local and state law enforcement agencies all across Massachusetts vigorously seek to enforce the state's operating under the influence laws. OUI charges, often referred to as DUI or DWI offenses, are highly complex. Being arrested for DUI can be an intimidating experience, and most drivers have many questions and concerns about the future. If you are accused of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, it is vital that you obtain legal representation from a knowledgeable defense lawyer as soon as possible to protect your rights.

Attorney Ryan P. Sullivan prosecuted many DUI cases as an assistant district attorney in Middlesex County. He now draws on that early experience to zealously defend individuals accused of driving while intoxicated in Massachusetts.

Benefit From Having Your Defense Strategy Analyzed By A Former Prosecutor

As a former prosecutor, attorney Sullivan knows that there is no one-size-fits-all defense to drunk driving charges. His ability to see all sides of the issue is invaluable to clients of the firm. He is driven to work harder than the prosecutor in analyzing all of the details of a DUI investigation and fighting aggressively for the most favorable outcome in every case, including dismissal, acquittal or alternative dispositions that minimize the consequences of an offense.

The law firm is prepared to provide comprehensive legal representation for OUI/DUI charges, including goal-oriented guidance in matters associated with drunk driving offenses, including:

  • First-time offenses: A first-offense OUI/DUI charge is a serious matter. First-time drunk driving charges in Massachusetts are far more than glorified traffic offenses.
  • Repeat OUI/DUI offenses: A charge for an OUI second offense or more increases the potential for jail or prison time significantly.
  • Loss of driving privileges: While significant fines and potential jail time are often concerns in OUI cases, the adverse impact on your privilege to drive is often a vital concern.
  • Breath test refusal in Massachusetts: While the extended license suspension in a breath test refusal case is always of concern, it is a misperception that the prosecutor will not pursue OUI/DUI charges after an alleged chemical test refusal.

Get In Touch With A Knowledgeable OUI/DUI Defense Attorney In Lowell

It is vital to contact a qualified OUI/DUI defense lawyer as soon as possible after an arrest. Delays in seeking representation can reduce your options. To speak with a knowledgeable, aggressive criminal defense lawyer, call the Law Office of Ryan P. Sullivan at 978-221-6012 or send a message using the online contact form.