DUI Defense

If you have been arrested for driving under the influence in Boston, it’s in your best interest to retain the services of an aggressive and experienced Boston DUI defense lawyer. Not only are your legal rights and freedom in jeopardy, but you also stand to face a number of serious legal penalties. If convicted, you could be required to pay anywhere from $500-$25,000 in fines, and you may also lose your driver’s license for up to 10 years, depending on the circumstances surrounding your arrest and your prior criminal history. In addition, you most likely will be sentenced to time in jail, probation, and be required to serve community service. The best way to avoid these penalties and protect your freedom is to hire a highly skilled DUI lawyer to zealously defend you throughout the DUI process. As a Boston DUI attorney with over 25 years of criminal defense experience, Stephen Neyman has the skills, resources, and legal knowledge to provide competent and effective representation for all of your legal needs.

Massachusetts DUI Laws
In the state of Massachusetts, it is illegal to drive or operate a motor vehicle if you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. According to state DUI law, a person is considered too impaired to drive if his or her blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is .08% or higher. If a driver is under the age of 21, he or she is prohibited from driving if his or her BAC is higher than .02%.  Any driver in Boston or throughout the state of Massachusetts found driving with a BAC at or above the legal limit will be arrested and booked on DUI charges. At this time, it’s best to contact a seasoned Boston DUI lawyer who has the experience and skill to defend you in court. Judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement authorities have no tolerance for people who drive under the influence, and always prosecute those people harshly in court.

Contact a Boston DUI Defense Lawyer
If you have been arrested on DUI, OUI (operating under the influence), or DWI (driving while intoxicated) charges, Boston DUI defense attorney Stephen Neyman can help you fight your charges and preserve your freedom. Attorney Neyman as over 25 years of experience in criminal defense law, and utilizes his knowledge and experience of the law to successfully defend his clients in DUI court. Attorney Neyman has experience handling all facets of a DUI defense case, including defending his clients at the RMV hearing, and challenging the accuracy and validity of field sobriety tests and blood alcohol tests. In addition, Attorney Neyman is committed to providing each client with personalized attention and unwavering dedication throughout their case.  It’s Mr. Neyman’s professional goal to obtain “not guilty” verdicts for all of his clients, and ensure they walk away without a DUI conviction on their record.

To speak with a leading Boston DUI defense attorney who can provide you with the direction and legal counsel you need to fight your DUI charges, please call the Law Offices of Stephen Neyman, P.C. today at 1-617-263-6800 or contact us online for your initial consultation.

Case Results » DUI Defense

  • Salem District Court: Motion to Suppress Allowed in OUI Case February 8, 2016

    On October 18, 2015 the defendant was driving his car on a quiet street just off of Route 114. A Danvers, Massachusetts police officer observed the defendant and another male outside of the vehicle. He approached and the two  men got back into the car. They then made a three point turn with the front of the defendant’s vehicle partially entering the woods. The officer then passed the car at which time the driver (defendant) turned away, appearing nervous and leaving at a low rate of speed. The officer stopped the car, noticed that the defendant had been drinking and administered field sobriety tests.  The defendant failed these tests. He was charged with OUI in violation of G.L. c. 90 Section 24. Attorney Neyman was hired.  We filed a motion to suppress which was heard a couple of weeks ago. Today, a decision on the motion came out. The motion was allowed and all evidence seized after the stop is now excluded.

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  • Quincy District Court: OUI Drugs Charges Against Construction Worker Dismissed January 25, 2016

    The defendant is a construction worker living and working in suburban Boston. The prosecution alleged that on August 1, 2014 a Massachusetts State Police officer was clearing a motor vehicle stop In Quincy when a car being driven by the defendant approached him at a high rate of speed and nearly hit him and his cruiser. The officer followed the driver and observed erratic driving. He stopped the car and observed the defendant’s speech to be slurred. His eyes were bloodshot and glassy. The defendant was asked to get out of the car and to perform field sobriety tests. He did. He failed all of these tests. The officer then called another officer, a drug recognition expert to see if the defendant had been taking drugs. The DRE formed the opinion that he did and charges of OUI in violation of G.L. c. 90 Section 24 were filed. Today, prior to trial Attorney Neyman successfully moved to dismiss the OUI charges.

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  • Concord District Court: Continuance Without a Finding For College Student Charged With OUI September 29, 2015

    On July 15, 2015 a Concord, Massachusetts police officer was on patrol when he observed a man standing next to a car that was parked on the side of the road. The man appeared to be leaning on the car for support. The officer drove around and a few minutes later went back to the car. This time he observed the defendant in the back seat of the car, apparently passed out. The office woke the defendant and began asking him questions. The defendant admitted driving the car. Officers also noticed some damage on the side of the car. Paint on the damaged car matched paint found nearby on property with which the car had made contact. The man was charged with OUI. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the case continued without a finding. The case will be dismissed and the defendant will have no record after he completes probation.

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