DUI charges may be brought in Massachusetts if a police officer has probable cause. Probable cause is not an exacting standard. It simply requires:
- Facts and Circumstances;
- Within the Knowledge of the Arresting Police Officer;
- Which Would Warrant a Person of Reasonable Caution to Believe a Crime was Committed.
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