If you are stopped for suspicion of OUI in Massachusetts, the officer’s initial observations upon approaching the vehicle, will provide significant evidence. For instance, police will look to see whether the operator:
- Is able to produce a license and registration without difficulty;
- Is capable of shutting the vehicle off and removing his/her seatbelt without trouble; &
- Has the ability to exit the vehicle upon request without stumbling or staggering.
If you find yourself facing an OUI charge, it is important to contact an attorney who can assist you with the particularities of your case. Contact OUI Massachusetts Attorney Shane W. Surrette today at (774) 364-4605 or at email@example.com