BURLINGTON DRUNK DRIVING LAWYER
Burlington, Massachusetts is located in the northeastern part of the state, approximately 12 miles south of Lowell and 12 miles northwest of Boston. Burlington is a part of Middlesex County and has a population of more than 24,000. The town has an area of 11.9 square miles. Burlington is now very commercial in character, although it was agricultural throughout much of its history. Burlington residents charged with operating under the influence often find themselves in Woburn District Court, which is located on Pleasant Street in Woburn. That court also services North Reading, Reading, Stoneham, Wilmington, Winchester and Woburn. Attorney Stephen Neyman is a Massachusetts lawyer who helps Burlington residents fight drunk-driving charges in courts all over the state.Suppression of Illegal Motor Vehicle Stops
One of the ways we win our drunk driving cases is through the suppression of illegally obtained evidence. We know that police target young people and certain ethnic groups. We are aware that at certain times of the night the cops will pull cars over on a hunch. This is illegal. When we are hired to defend a case we look for these abuses, expose them and win our cases as a result of our work.
Stephen Neyman has been defending the criminally accused for nearly thirty years. He began his career in California, where he worked as a prosecutor. He returned to Massachusetts in 1990 and opened his own criminal defense practice. Attorney Neyman is completely committed to defending those accused of crimes in Massachusetts, and he has handled more OUI cases than he can count. Stephen Neyman, widely known as one of Boston’s best criminal lawyers, is an aggressive and dedicated attorney who is serious about the quality of his work. He stays steps ahead of the prosecution and protects his clients’ rights at every stage of the proceedings. If you have been charged with operating under the influence of alcohol or drugs, Attorney Neyman can help you to move forward.
MASSACHUSETTS OUI CHARGES
Massachusetts OUI punishments can be very serious, and the severity of the penalties is increased for second and subsequent offenses. At the very least, license suspensions and periods of probation can create a great deal of hardship and stress. Fees and fines can be steep. Particularly for repeat offenders, jail time is a real possibility. An experienced lawyer like Stephen Neyman will work tirelessly to reduce the negative impacts of OUI charges.
Many clients have questions relating to Massachusetts breathalyzer tests. In our Commonwealth, if you fail a breathalyzer test, your license will be suspended for a period of 30 days. If you refuse the breath test, then your license will be suspended for 180 days. If you choose to refuse the test, the prosecution will not be able to use that refusal evidence against you at trial.
LAW OFFICES OF STEPHEN NEYMAN, P.C. (617) 263 6800
If you would like to speak with Stephen Neyman about OUI charges or any other criminal matter, call the Law Offices of Stephen Neyman, P.C. at (617) 263 6800 or contact Attorney Neyman by e-mail. You can reach a live person at any time, including nights and weekends, so call at your convenience. Attorney Neyman has offices in both Boston and North Andover, and he would be happy to assess your case with you at either office location. In addition to Burlington, Attorney Stephen Neyman handles OUI cases (and all other criminal cases) in every part of Massachusetts.