Felony | OUI
In the state of Massachusetts, any offender arrested and charged with a third OUI offense faces felony charges. A potential felony OUI conviction is very serious; it is critical to your case and to your future that you contact a Massachusetts OUI Attorney as soon as possible.
Convicted felony OUI offenders face a 150-day minimum mandatory sentence in jail or up to 5 years in prison.
In addition, you also face the following consequences:
- A fine from $1,000-$15,000.
- License suspension for 8 years, work/education hardship considered in 2 years, general hardship in 4 years.
- Ignition Interlock device installed on your vehicle.
This information is not meant to scare you, only to make you aware of the reality of your case and the absolute necessity of an experienced and aggressive Massachusetts OUI Attorney.
Our Massachusetts OUI Attorney is not afraid to take on tough felony cases to beat a client’s charges wherever possible. If you fight your case and lose, we will ensure that you are treated fairly by the court and that you receive the least amount of punishment possible. If you are ready to fight your charges, our Massachusetts OUI Attorney is ready to fight for you.