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What does Melanie's Law mean for OUI offenders?

When you face criminal charges involving operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs of alcohol, you know there is a lot at stake for you. This criminal charge could compromise your driving privileges, lead to time behind bars and result in expensive fines. One of the first steps in fighting back against this type of charge is learning more about what you are up against.

Driving a car not necessary for OUI arrest

If a recent drunk driving arrest was your first encounter with law enforcement, you may have many questions. While other states may call the charge DUI or DWI, in Massachusetts, the charge is Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence, or OUI. What you may not realize is that operating a motor vehicle may not always mean what you think.

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