If you are facing a drunk driving charge in Massachusetts, it is important to know that certain evidence is inadmissible against you in the government’s case in chief. Such inadmissible evidence includes:
- Refusing to Perform the Breathalyzer Test;
- Declining to Conduct Field Sobriety Exercises;
- Statments Made Pursuant to Police Questioning After Being Placed in Custody and Without the Benefit of and Waiver of Miranda Warnings.
If you are uncertain of the admissibility of the evidence against you, contact a drunk driving lawyer who has tried cases on both sides. Contact Attorney Shane W. Surrette at 774-364-4605 or at [email protected] today.