License Revocation Attorney
Lynnfield / Peabody Revoked License Attorney
Protecting Your Driving Privileges and Your Record
Red lights. Siren. The officer pulls you over suspecting that you are operating under the influence (OUI). You will likely be requested to take a breathalyzer test to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC). If you blow .08 or higher, you will be arrested. As a motorist, you have the right to refuse a breathalyzer test. However, your refusal will result in a suspension of your driving privileges for six months. What do you do?
If you have been pulled over for a first-offense OUI, exercise your right against self-incrimination by admitting guilt and do not take the breathalyzer. Yes, your breathalyzer refusal will result in a revoked and suspended license. However, we at Chambers Law Office may be able to assist you in having your license reinstated and the charges reduced or even dropped.
Strong Defense in Revoked License Hearings and Appeals
To convict you of any drunk driving, the police and prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you were in fact operating under the influence. If you take the breathalyzer, the BAC information can be used against you. However, if you refuse the breathalyzer, the prosecution under the rules, is unable to bring the refusal in as evidence. Without access to the actual BAC number, it can be difficult for the prosecution to obtain a guilty verdict. Having represented countless cases and having amassed years of experience, Attorney Richard C. Chambers, Jr. has built a solid record of successfully resolving criminal charges, including OUI and license suspension problems before courts as well as the Department of Motor Vehicles. He also has experience in appealing decisions to higher levels of court if need be.
Choose a Name You Can Trust
As a third-generation lawyer, Attorney Chambers continues the tradition of providing solid and strong legal representation in Massachusetts. Contact Chambers Law Office to schedule a consultation regarding refusing to take a breath test and a resulting revoked license.