Unless you get a Not Guilty verdict for an OUI in Massachusetts in court, you can expect to be facing a Massachusetts license suspension. But how long will that suspension last? Or, better yet, can you learn how to get your license back after a DUI or OUI as quickly as possible?Read More
Can You Shorten the Length of a First Offense DUI License Suspension?
Getting charged with a first offense OUI/DUI in Massachusetts means that, among other penalties, your driver’s license will be suspended. The length of that suspension depends on a few factors, though, as the particular circumstances surrounding your situation can and will affect how long your DUI license suspension will last.Read More
Is Your License Suspended Immediately After a DUI 1st Offense Charge?
When you’re charged with a first offense DUI/OUI in Massachusetts, it’s practically a guarantee that you’ll be facing a license suspension of some sort. However, the length of that suspension and the factors that dictate when you get your license back will depend on the specific circumstances around your case.Read More
Do First Offense DUI Charges Result in Driver’s License Suspensions?
First offense DUI charges can feel like they grind your life to a halt. Not only are you going to have a lot of questions and concerns to deal with, but depending on your situation, you may be without a driver’s license too.Read More
How Will a 3rd DUI in Massachusetts Affect Your Driver’s License?
It’s not easy getting around without a driver’s license. Public transit is great, but the lack of flexibility can be a hassle to deal with, especially if you’re used to driving yourself to wherever you have to go. This is one of the many reasons that getting your driver’s license suspended after a 3rd DUI can be such a stressful experience.Read More
Will My License Be Suspended After a Second DUI Conviction?
A second DUI conviction will result in a suspension of your Massachusetts driver’s license. However, the suspension’s length and your eligibility for a hardship license can vary depending on your case’s circumstances.Read More