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STEVE;     781.254.6889
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NOT GUILTY; 2ND OFFENSE; LICENSE RESTORED

First I told the cop I had two beers, then three. Then after the field tests I admitted drinking "Like, six beers." Joe somehow managed to get that final very incriminating statement thrown out at a Motion to Suppress so we then had a fighting chance at trial. Then when he got in front of the jury he totally debunked the field tests the cop said I failed. After the not guilty verdict, he convinced the judge to order my license restored immediately. One very persuasive fellow.

'JOE IS ONE VERY PERSUASIVE FELLOW'

SCOTT:    781 801 4750
QUINCY
NOT GUILTY: 3RD OFFENSE
"JOE IS UNBELIEVABLE IN FRONT OF A JURY:
PRECISE AND TO THE POINT"

During my 3 day Trial, a constable testified he followed me for 10 minutes, saw me cross the center line and drive all over the road and completely in the opposite lane for 20 seconds. 2 cops testified I failed 3 of 4 field tests, was unsteady on my feet and had a “1000 yard stare.” Joe stressed that I stopped at every red light, proceeded when they turned green, was wearing heavy work boots and the cops’ flashing lights interfered with the testing. The jury agreed. Not Guilty. No jail. No 8 year license loss.

"EVERY CHANCE JOE HAD TO REACT TO SOMETHING, HE POUNCED"

ROB:    508-208-5574
QUINCY
ADMITTED TO TEN BEERS, DROVE INTO TREE
NOT GUILTY AT JURY TRIAL

Facing his a second offense, My client was found  a half mile from his truck which had crashed head on into a tree. He had left his driver's license in the truck, could not hold his head up, was unsteady, and had a 'stupefied' expression on his face and a strong odor of alcohol. Plus, he admitted to drinking ten beers "all over Southie." At jury trial, I convinced them that the DA hadn't proven he was actually driving the truck beyond all reasonable doubt.


6.23.15; QUINCY

3 YEAR REFUSAL SUSPENSION REVERSED
AFTER 2ND OFFENSE

My client as arrested for his second OUI and refused the breath test when he reached the police station [The breath test at roadside is a screening test only and is inadmissible in court.] The RMV suspended his license for a full three years. I guided him through starting the challenge at the RMV within the required 15 days. After the RMV refused to restore his license, I appealed it up to a judge in court and we won. He can now drive legally again.

See judgment reversing registry.




QUINCY

5 OF 6 CHARGES DROPPED DESPITE .19 BREATHALYZER

A Nurse ran a red light, narrowly missed hitting the cop in the intersection by "inches" then fled instead of stopping. After registering a .19 on the Breathalyzer, they "threw the book" at her, hitting her with six different charges. I prepared a Memorandum for the Judge, met with the DA, stressed her otherwise completely clean record and convinced them both to dismiss five of the six charges on the very first Court date.




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LIEUTENANT AND OFFICER BOTH TESTIFY - NOT GUILTY

My client was clocked speeding at 70+ mph in a 35 mph zone. The Police Report noted a "strong odor" of alcohol and "severely" bloodshot and glassy eyes. Then he admitted to drinking beers only 30 minutes previously and failed 2 of the 3 field tests. Plus, at Trial, the Lieutenant who booked him testified and said he also thought my client was OUI. I argued to the Judge that his good performance on one of the tests and the lateness of the hour (2:30 AM) created reasonable doubt. The Judge agreed: Not Guilty




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"HUGE MISMATCH OF JOE OVER THE DA"

Joe is extremely knowledgeable and professional and passionately defends his clients' best interests in Court. Thanks again, Joe. I am very pleased at how you represented me throughout the entire process.

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JOHN   781-733 4722