There are two separate ways that a person can be charged with OUI in Massachusetts. There is an under the influence of alcohol theory, as well as a .08 or above prong. To prove the .08 or above theory, the Commonwealth only needs to show:
- Operation of a Motor Vehicle;
- On a Public Way;
- With a Blood Alcohol Content of .08 or Above at the Time of Operation.
If you are facing an OUI charge after consenting to a breathalyzer test it is important to contact an OUI Massachusetts Attorney who has the experience defending breathalyzer cases. Contact Attorney Shane W. Surrette at (774) 364-4605 or at email@example.com today.