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OUI Roadblock arrests in Massachusetts, how to avoid an OUI conviction

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Published on Dec 15, 2014

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Why are OUI roadblocks cases winnable at trial? Michael DelSignore OUI Attorney explains. When you are stopped at a road block, there is no evidence of unsafe or erratic driving. To the contrary, there is evidence of safe driving. You are told to drive up to the officer who greets you and tells you to drive through some cones where you are greeted by a second officer. Since you are stopped by an officer trained to detect drunk drivers, the fact that this officer allows you to continue to drive is persuasive evidence that you were not under the influence of alcohol. OUI Roadblock arrests rely almost exclusively on the results of field sobriety tests, making these cases difficult to prove for the Commonwealth. If you have any questions about OUI roadblocks contact Michael DelSignore 781-686-5924 or visit www.delsignoredefense.com

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Transcript:

I’m Michael DelSignore. Come’on in. Today’s video I’m going to explain why OUI Roadblock cases can often be very winnable cases at trial. First, there's no evidence of unsafe erratic driving when you stop at a roadblock. That's a major element of the government's case. Typically, they may have evidence that you’re all over the road, they may have evidence of an accident. But in a roadblock case, you go through cones, you stop. There's a lot of good driving that shows you’re not under this influence of alcohol that you know what's going on. More than that, they actually allow you to continue driving after they stop you. So an Officer who thought you were under the influence and then say, go in there and join that other Officer for field test. So you’re gonna drive again after being greeted by an Officer. So this makes a case very difficult to prove while we can put forth evidence at trial that they let you continue to drive after they initially saw you. Finally, these cases generally depend almost exclusively on a walk in turn field sobriety test. These tests are difficult. There's a lot of ways to attack their reliability. So if you're arrested on OUI roadblock, feel free to call me I’ll explain the defenses that you have at these cases because often they're very winnable cases at trial. I’m Michael DelSignore, I’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about a roadblock arrest.

MICHAEL DELSIGNORE
mdelsign@gmail.com
781 686 5924

https://padlock.link/delsignoredefense8

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