Commonwealth v. R.M. – Hingham District Court

Charge:           OUI-First Offense Result:            Not Guilty Client was on his Harley Davidson motorcycle in Rockland and was traveling well in excess of the speed limit and had apparently traveled through a red light in the process.  The officer activated his lights and noticed the client was unsteady on his feet and he put the bike on its stand.  The client produced his license and registration with no problems but the officer observed the client to have red/glassy eyes and problems with his speech.  The client did not perform well on the field tests but was able to provide reasonable explanations
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Commonwealth v. R.H – Brockton District Court

Charge:          OUI-First Offense Result:           Case Dismissed after Motion to Dismiss Client was stopped at a Massachusetts State Police Sobriety Checkpoint in Bridgewater.  The client was coming from a Patriots game and was on his motorcycle.  The client was asked to perform Field Sobriety Tests, which he did not complete.  The client was placed under arrest and elected to take the breath test and registered a sample above a .08. The Motion was allowed because the State Police failed to follow their own regulations.
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