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OUI Fourth Offense in Massachusetts

OUI Fourth Offense in Massachusetts

Fourth Offense OUI Penalties

A OUI fourth offense in Massachusetts has a mandatory minimum sentence of 2 years in jail with a maximum of 2 ยฝ years if convicted. In addition, you will face thousands of dollars in fines and a suspension of your driverโ€™s license for 10 years if convicted.

Prior Convictions

If you are charged with a fourth offense OUI, it is important to explore re-opening old OUI convictions. This can often be done if your old OUI convictions donโ€™t indicated that you were properly advised of your rights, or if the prosecutor had relied on the breathalyzer that was flawed.

Chemical Test Refusals

If you refused the breathalyzer during your fourth offense OUI arrest, then the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles will suspend your license for the rest of your life. Because of the mandatory jail time and extremely long license suspension that occurs with a forth offense OUI, you need to call Attorney James G. DeGiacomo today if you have been charged or arrested for a free case evaluation at 617-315-8377. He is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, three hundred and sixty-five days a year.